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  • Nick Robinson hits a high point with 'Kings of Summer'

     Nick Robinson hits a high point with 'Kings of Summer'
    He may only be 18, but Nick Robinson can teach you how to skin a rabbit. The trick to the gruesome procedure, the young actor learned while filming the new indie movie "The Kings of Summer," comes at the start — cutting away at the rear flap of skin...
  • ABC Family's 'Pretty Little Liars' produces OMG moments on Twitter

    ABC Family's 'Pretty Little Liars' produces OMG moments on Twitter
    In the Twitterverse, it looked like a juicy spoiler -- offered up less than two weeks before the June 11 fourth season premiere of ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars." Marlene King, the show's executive producer, turned to the social network to reveal...
  • TV picks: 'The Killing,' TV Event, 'First Churchills,' teen drama

    TV picks: 'The Killing,' TV Event, 'First Churchills,' teen drama
    "The Killing "(AMC, Sundays). That "The Killing" would return was not at all clear at the end of its previous season; viewers grumbled that two seasons was too long to follow a case that in the context of the series took only as many days to resolve as...
  • Review: A rainbow-bright future for 'The Fosters'

    Although it has some of the new-colt wobbliness common to newborn series, "The Fosters," which premieres Monday on ABC Family, gets on its legs pretty quickly. Created by the alliterative team of Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige, whose main previous...
  • MTV's 'Teen Wolf' approved for $11-million state tax credit

    MTV's 'Teen Wolf' approved for $11-million state tax credit
    The hit series "Teen Wolf" is a top-ranked cable show among young viewers. It also ranks at the top of the list when it comes to receiving California film tax breaks. On Tuesday, the MTV series was approved for an estimated $11-million tax credit for...
  • McNamara's picks: 'Burn Notice,' 'Pretty Little Liars'

    McNamara's picks: 'Burn Notice,' 'Pretty Little Liars'
    It's officially almost summer, which means basic cable is ascendant. Between them, USA, TNT and ABC Family own the summer, with a host of new and returning shows. Here are a couple to look out for this week: "Burn Notice." If there were an Emmy for most...
  • November 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies and specials

    Sci fi and fantasy TV get their due in November with the premieres of Fox's robot-action thriller "Almost Human," the "Doctor Who" 50th anniversary special, "The Day of the Doctor," and BBC America's mythology series "Atlantis." Two sitcoms, Fox's...
  • 'Scandal's' Kerry Washington: Is she a sellout for hosting 'SNL'?

    'Scandal's' Kerry Washington: Is she a sellout for hosting 'SNL'?
    Kerry Washington is undeniably one of the hottest actresses in Hollywood. But with her upcoming hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, could she also be called a sellout? Washington, the star of ABC's sizzling "Scandal," has made headlines...
  • BET Awards: Telecast generates nearly 10 million tweets

    BET Awards: Telecast generates nearly 10 million tweets
    Sunday night's BET Awards, telecast from the Nokia Theatre in downtown L.A., were by far the most tweeted-about event of the week, according to rankings from Nielsen's SocialGuide, which measures Twitter TV activity. The 12-year-old award show's...
  • Talking with Sara Shepard about 'Pretty Little Liars'

    My 14-year-old daughter, Sophie, loves “Pretty Little Liars.” Both the novels by Sara Shepard and the ABC Family show that’s based on them. She follows it all, tracking differences in how the stories unfold, discussing it with her...
  • Review: NBC's 'Camp' not much to write home about yet

    Most comedy writers prefer the confines of the set, or at least the city, for reasons both fiscal and creative. A crucible cooks up laughs as quickly as it heats up drama. But there is no reason why an hour-long coming-of-age comedy shouldn't be set...