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  • 'Under the Dome' Staying in North Carolina for Season 3

    CBS has decided to keep the production of "Under the Dome" in North Carolina for the drama's third season, even though the state has scaled back its tax incentive program. "It is our pleasure to return to North Carolina for our third season of 'Under the...
  • TV This Week, Oct. 12-18: 'Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word' and more

    TV This Week, Oct. 12-18: 'Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word' and more
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 12 - 18, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SUNDAY For those two or three people without...
  • Science fiction roundup: 'Bathing the Lion,' more

    Science fiction roundup: 'Bathing the Lion,' more
    Bathing the Lion by Jonathan Carroll, St. Martin's, 280 pages, $25.99 Jonathan Carroll is something of a genius at rug-pulling. In any given novel, it's almost impossible to anticipate when his utterly believable portraits of domestic life might veer...
  • CBS Renews 'Extant,' 'Under the Dome' for 2015, Cancels 'Reckless'

    CBS has renewed summer drama series "Extant" and "Under the Dome" for next year. Both series hail from Steven Spielberg's Amblin TV and CBS Television Studios. "Dome" will be in its third season, while "Extant" is heading into its sophomore year....
  • 'Under The Dome,' 'Extant' win summer renewals from CBS

    'Under The Dome,' 'Extant' win summer renewals from CBS
    "Under The Dome" and "Extant," two of CBS' marquee summer dramas, have been renewed despite less than winning seasons. "Under The Dome," based on Stephen King's novel about a community trapped under a transparent dome that seals it off from the rest...
  • 'Transparent' is the most daring new series of the season

    When Lena Dunham's "Girls" debuted three years ago, it elicited a wide range of emotions. Laughter. Recognition. Shock. Writer Jill Soloway had a different response: jealousy. "When it came out, I was living in a sea of envy," said Soloway, who worked...
  • 'Talking Tom and Friends' Movie Based on Popular App Franchise in the Works

    "Talking Tom and Friends" may soon be chatting away at the multiplex. Mythology Entertainment ("White House Down") has inked a deal with developer Outfit7 to adapt its popular mobile apps into a movie. The film could take the form of a fully animated...
  • Dennis Rader cooperating on book about his 10 BTK murders

    WICHITA, Kan. The BTK serial killer is cooperating with a book being written about his 10 murders, he wrote in a letter from prison last week. He's doing it, he said, to help the families monetarily. "I can never replace their love ones, my deeds too...
  • 'A Good Marriage' a wry, old-fashioned game of cat and mouse

    'A Good Marriage' a wry, old-fashioned game of cat and mouse
    After 25 happily wedded years, you discover that your coin-collecting accountant husband is a serial killer. What's a loyal if terrified wife to do? Such is the dilemma for Darcy Anderson (Joan Allen) in Stephen King's "A Good Marriage," a wry, old-...
  • Talking with Naja Marie Aidt about her short story collection 'Baboon'

    The Danish writer Naja Marie Aidt’s book of stories, “Baboon” (Two Lines Press: 190 pp., $12.95 paper), is an explosive collection; strange things happen to the characters, leading to unlikely twists, through which the borders of reality...
  • No Reason For Uproar Over Filmmakers

    Before we as residents light our torches and re-enact the finale to the old "Frankenstein" movie of the 1930s, let's answer these questions first: Did Moongoyle Productions use state funds to produce its films? Were students involved as actors or crew...