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  • TV picks Jan. 13 to Jan. 19: 'Archer,' 'Sherlock,' 'Looking'

    TV picks Jan. 13 to Jan. 19: 'Archer,' 'Sherlock,' 'Looking'
    "Archer," "Sherlock," "Bitten," "Chozen," "Looking," "HitRecord on TV": It's another busy week of TV premieres. Here are top picks for Jan. 13 to Jan. 19. Monday, Jan. 13 Archer 9 p.m. Monday, FX Sterling Archer and the former ISIS gang must find a...
  • January 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials

    January 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials
    Hopefully you've all had or are still having a great holiday break, but after New Year's Day things start getting back to normal, and TV is no exception. Your regularly scheduled programming is about to return. So if you're wondering when your favorite...
  • Science Channel special chronicles Comet ISON’s journey

     
    Comet ISON has been the buzz among astronomers and average stargazers this year, and especially over the last month or so, with the “super comet” making its journey through our solar system at speeds exceeding 425,000 miles per hour. This...
  • Holiday TV programming: From Kelly Clarkson to Robot Chicken

    Holiday TV programming: From Kelly Clarkson to Robot Chicken
    The holiday season, which is mostly to say the Christmas season, has already begun on television; indeed, if you measure the holiday by Hallmark Channel or Lifetime, it has been going on all month. And it's not going to get any less cheery and joyful...
  • Brian Dennehy: The big man's biggest role

    Brian Dennehy: The big man's biggest role
    Brian Dennehy sat cross-legged on a stool and bent to rub his aching right knee and shin. His day of rehearsing "The Steward of Christendom" would soon be done. But the physical nicks and dings that the former Columbia University football lineman and...
  • Review: Dogged pursuit of tragedy's truth in 'Challenger Disaster'

    Review: Dogged pursuit of tragedy's truth in 'Challenger Disaster'
    Getting a dual American premiere Saturday, via Discovery and Science Channel, "The Challenger Disaster" is a BBC-made TV movie about physicist Richard Feynman (William Hurt) and the investigation into the causes of the 1986 space shuttle explosion. It...
  • The Challenger Disaster movie on Science Channel Nov. 16

     
    The Challenger Disaster movie on Science Channel: Science Channel’s first dramatic feature dramatizes the inquiry into the cause of the 1986 space shuttle Challenger explosion through the eyes of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman...
  • LAX shooting: AMC's 'Mad Men' halts production at the airport

    LAX shooting: AMC's 'Mad Men' halts production at the airport
    The shooting at the Los Angeles International Airport halted production of AMC's popular TV show "Mad Men" on Friday.  A spokeswoman for AMC declined to comment,  but crew members confirmed that authorities told the production to shut down when it was...
  • 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...
  • Emmys 2013: Complete list of winners and nominees

    Emmys 2013: Complete list of winners and nominees
    HBO’s political satire “Veep” took home a good portion of the cake in the comedy genre with Julia Louis-Dreyfus winning the Emmy for lead actress in a comedy and Tony Hale going home with supporting actor in a comedy. Ultimately, though,...
  • Scientist Richard Feynman the heart of 'The Challenger Disaster'

    At a hearing of the presidential commission investigating the 1986 space shuttle Challenger disaster, Richard Feynman conducted an experiment of sorts in the media-packed room. The Caltech physicist and Nobel laureate clamped material from a shuttle O-...