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  • The 10 Best TV Surprises of 2014

    The 10 Best TV Surprises of 2014
    Critics should avoid bringing too many expectations to projects, trying to view each with a fresh set of eyes. But inevitably, returning programs, the occasional new show and even entire networks/services foster certain preconceived notions, based on...
  • 'Monday Night Football': ESPN blockbuster

    UPDATED: ESPN cleaned up in the ratings Monday night with the NFL. The channel's "Monday Night Football" drew 16 million viewers forĀ  the Cincinnati Bengals' 37-28 win over the Denver Broncos. The game held viewers through the fourth quarter. It was...
  • 'Interview' fallout no laughing matter in comedy world

    'Interview' fallout no laughing matter in comedy world
    In the early 1990s, writer-director Jim Abrahams was making a big studio comedy about a mission to kill a foreign dictator — and not just any foreign dictator, one the United States had recently gone to war against: Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein....
  • Many of 2014's best TV shows weren't on cable or networks

    This is the year I became a dedicated streamer. This is the year Netflix and Amazon truly became a force to be reckoned with and embraced. It's not that these companies are radically changing what qualifies as great entertainment. Almost all of their...
  • Fox News Channel seeks audience help in showdown with Dish Network

    Fox News Channel seeks audience help in showdown with Dish Network
    Fox News Channel is rallying its loyal audience to help in its showdown with Dish Network Corp. Dish, which has 14 million subscribers, dropped FNC and Fox Business Network late Saturday night in a dispute over how much the satellite TV service was...
  • Fox News, Fox Business removed from Dish in carriage-rights spat

    Fox News, Fox Business removed from Dish in carriage-rights spat
    Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network are not currently available on satellite-broadcaster Dish Network, the result of an impasse in carriage talks between the two companies. Dish said in a statement early Sunday morning that 21st Century Fox had...
  • Sony Pictures hack fuels speculation about studio's possible sale

    Fallout from the crippling cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment has called into question exactly what the future holds for one of Hollywood's biggest names. A paralyzed computer system has hampered the studio's ability to make deals, promote...
  • FXX to launch late-night animation block

    FXX is moving into latenight with an original animation block anchored by "Lucas Bros. Moving Co." and "Stone Quackers." The latenight initiative will launch on Jan. 1 following a daylong "Simpsons" marathon. The block will settle into its regular...
  • Hulu strikes deal with FX to stream 'The Strain,' other series

    Hulu strikes deal with FX to stream 'The Strain,' other series
    The undead vampires on FX’s “The Strain” -- and some other eccentric characters from across the FX networks -- will have an afterlife on Hulu. The streaming service has secured a deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television...
  • The end is here

    Sixnew programs for the 2014-2015 network TV season have been canceled and several more are in trouble. The latest casualty is the FOX series, "Red Band Society," that will end with 13 episodes. It joins the previously canceled "Selfie" and "Manhattan...
  • Ask Sam Farmer: How does 'cross-flexing' affect which NFL games I see?

    Have a question about the NFL? Ask Times NFL writer Sam Farmer, and he will answer as many as he can online and in the Sunday editions of the newspaper throughout the season. Email questions to: sam.farmer@latimes.com. Question: Normally, CBS...