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Drama (genre)

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  • ‘Breaking Bad’: Another season ends; how will series fare at Emmys?

     
    “Breaking Bad” wrapped up another first-rate season Sunday. SPOILER ALERT: The AMC drama concluded with a scene that planted the seed for Walt White's downfall. Walt's brother-in-law, drug agent Hank, stumbled upon a bit of evidence that...
  • Today: Giants and Cowboys play; Bill Clinton speaks; Bacall whistles for Bogart

     
    Just how popular is former President Bill Clinton? We'll find out Wednesday night when Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention in the 10 o'clock hour. Clinton will be covered by cable news (CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC), PBS, C-SPAN, ABC...
  • Tony Scott death investigation won't be complete for another month

     
    It is expected to take another month or longer for the coroner's office to finalize its report in the death of director Tony Scott, officials said Monday. Tony Scott was laid to rest Friday at a private memorial. An autopsy......
  • Kathy Bates thanks Charlie Sheen for Emmy win

     
    Charlie Sheen never won an Emmy for playing Charlie Harper, but Kathy Bates has. The Oscar-winning actress collected an Emmy Saturday for her guest appearance as Charlie's ghost on CBS' “Two and a Half Men.” Via Twitter, Bates offered her...
  • 'Vegas' series premiere: Are you all in on CBS' new drama? Vote now!

     
    What did you think of the "Vegas" premiere? Will you be tuning in again to watch Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis go head to head in Sin City? Vote below!...
  • Tonight: What are ‘The Greatest TV Shows of Our Time’?

     
    ‘Saturday Night Live' in the early years, from left: Gilda Radner, Laraine Newman, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Courtesy Everett Collection THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: It's a grand night for TV nostalgia. The Tuesday highlights:...
  • Tom Hanks to host ‘Killing Lincoln’ based on Bill O’Reilly’s book

     
    Oscar winner Tom Hanks will be the on-camera narrator and host of “Killing Lincoln,” an unusual project based on Bill O'Reilly's best-selling book. The two-hour project will premiere next year on National Geographic Channel. The film comes...
  • Emmys: ‘Modern Family’ likely to repeat, but ‘Mad Men’?

     
    This year's edition of the prime-time Emmys may not pack a lot of suspense. The heavy favorites include “Modern Family” for sitcom, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” for variety show, “The Amazing Race” for reality...
  • Emmys 2012: Which show should win for outstanding drama series? Take our poll

     
    Which show should win for outstanding drama series at the 2012 Emmys? Vote in our poll....
  • 'Innocence of Muslims' movie shot in L.A. County last year

     
    The movie “Innocence of Muslims” was shot in Los Angeles County in August of 2011 under the working title of “Desert Warriors” according to records released Wednesday evening by FilmL.A. Inc. The trailer for the film, which depicts...
  • Halloween programming 2012

     
      The month of October (and even the last few days of September) have plenty to offer the fan of all things creepy, as we gear up for Halloween season. Whether you like your horror hardcore, or more family-friendly, you should be able to find some movie...