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  • Kyle MacLachlan will return along with 'Twin Peaks' on Showtime

    Kyle MacLachlan will return along with 'Twin Peaks' on Showtime
    Patient "Twin Peaks" fans may finally get to find out what happened to FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper when the series returns for its limited run on Showtime in 2016. Kyle MacLachlan, the square-jawed actor who played the upstanding agent in the show's...
  • TCA 2015: Showtime promises 'damn good cup of coffee' with 'Twin Peaks'

    TCA 2015: Showtime promises 'damn good cup of coffee' with 'Twin Peaks'
    Showtime Network President David Nevins was finishing up his introductory remarks at the Television Critics Assn. press tour when a tall handsome man walked on stage offering him a "damn good cup of coffee." It was Kyle MacLachlan, a.k.a. FBI Special...
  • Will L.A. come through on Don Draper's metamorphosis?

    Oh “Mad Men,” how I have loved you. The drinking, the smoking, the infidelity, the misogyny, the midcentury modern decor. It's all been wonderful. And for me — an East Coast transplant watching from my fake Mission-era couch in my...
  • Report urges airlines to be nice

    Report urges airlines to be nice
    A new study released Monday offers airlines, an often-hated industry, a simple secret to further their success and pad their bottom lines: Be nice. "Call it a back-to-basics mantra, but sometimes in a technology-riddled world, we all can benefit from a...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and the dawn of movie hate-watching

    That the softcore seductions of Sam Taylor-Johnson's "Fifty Shades of Grey" proved a box office hit this weekend was a surprise, at least when viewed through the lens of early expectations. After Universal and its (then-prestige) subsidiary Focus...
  • With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television

    With 'Empire,' diversity becomes the watchword on television
    The 2014-15 TV season was already shaping up to be a watershed year for diversity on the major networks, thanks to the success of ABC's "black-ish" and "How to Get Away With Murder." The most-watched new comedy and new drama of the season, respectively,...
  • 'Vikings' actor Alexander Ludwig gets his game on

    GamerHub.tv Millions of fans know Alexander Ludwig as Cato from "The Hunger Games," but a growing number of TV viewers know the actor for his portrayal of Bjorn Lothbrok in History's original series, "Vikings." Season 3 of the show debuts February 19 and...
  • Aging water mains a $1-billion headache for DWP

    Aging water mains a $1-billion headache for DWP
    The water main break that flooded Nowita Place in 2013 wasn't the kind of spectacle that brought TV cameras. Water sprayed a foot in the air through a hole in the buckled asphalt, leaving residents in the Venice neighborhood without water service for...
  • From this Selma house, Martin Luther King made civil rights history

     From this Selma house, Martin Luther King made civil rights history
    Jawana Jackson scrunched her eyebrows, momentarily puzzled as she stared at a bedroom bureau. "I really thought the pajamas were in one of these drawers," she said in the tone of an aunt concerned that her visiting nephew might go without proper...
  • In China, documentary film on air pollution quickly goes viral

    The hottest movie in China this weekend wasn’t “Fifty Shades of Grey” or Jackie Chan’s latest, “Dragon Blade.” Instead, a pointed and emotional environmental online documentary has swept the country by storm, putting...
  • Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now

    Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now
    In the 1970s and ’80s, pop/R&B duo Hall and Oates was a hit-making machine. The Philadelphia-based duo churned out an amazing 19 songs that hit the Top 10 on various charts, nine of which went to No. 1 — including “I Can’t Go For...