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  • Emmy Awards: 'True Detective,' 'Turn,' 'Masters of Sex' set tone early

    Emmy Awards: 'True Detective,' 'Turn,' 'Masters of Sex' set tone early
    Who in attention-deficient Hollywood doesn't grasp the importance of the first impression, the pickup line, the elevator pitch? With television's new Golden Era well underway, opening titles — those clever or mesmerizing gambits that set the tone for seduction by an entire series — are being rendered with ever more creativity and edge. And, yes, there's an Emmy Award for main titles. Episodic series are typically eligible during their first season only; here's a brief look at current examples that illustrate the vibrancy of the form.
  • AMC's Revolutionary War Drama 'Turn' Gets Second Season

    AMC has ordered a second season of "Turn," the period drama that explores the Culper spy ring that was an integral part of America's fight for independence from England. The AMC Studios show, which is exec produced by showrunner Craig Silverstein and...

    Spies coming in from the cold for TV shows

     Spies coming in from the cold for TV shows
    It's the job of a spy to be covert, secretive, undercover. But a quick glance at TV's current landscape reveals that spies are far from in hiding: There's FX's lauded "The Americans," AMC's new "Turn," Showtime's Emmy-winning "Homeland" and even BBC...

    AMC's spy thriller 'Turn' gets premiere date, new trailer

    AMC's spy thriller 'Turn' gets premiere date, new trailer
    AMC released Saturday a new trailer for its Revolutionary War spy drama, "Turn," and announced the series will premiere at 8 p.m. Sunday, April 6. Don’t let the period costumes fool you into thinking this is a quaint tale: The riveting 90-minute...

    Rome Film Review: 'Fear of Falling'

    Despite more than a decade of rehearsing and tweaking a new version of Ibsen's "The Master Builder," translated and adapted by Wallace Shawn and staged by Andre Gregory in various private venues, there's little to show for all the effort. The...