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  • Amber Tamblyn to star in 'Reasons to Be Pretty' at Geffen Playhouse

    Amber Tamblyn to star in 'Reasons to Be Pretty' at Geffen Playhouse
    Amber Tamblyn -- the former "Joan of Arcadia" star who is playing the long-lost lesbian offspring of Charlie Sheen's dead character on "Two and a Half Men" -- is set to spew profanity nightly in Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Pretty" at the Geffen...
  • 'Doctor Who' Season 8 U.S. Premiere Date Revealed

    "Doctor Who" will return to U.S. screens for season eight on Saturday, August 23 at 8 p.m., BBC America announced Friday. To stave off anxious "Who" fans, the cabler also released a new teaser for the long-running drama. The 15-second teaser shows...
  • 'Almost Royal' Preview: Georgie and Poppy Discuss Charlie Sheen (EXCLUSIVE)

    BBC America's satirical "reality" series, "Almost Royal," premieres Sat., June 21 at 10 p.m., and Variety has an exclusive preview of the tongue-in-cheek mockumentary, which focuses on the misadventures of two naive British aristocrats as they tour...
  • Watch: BBC America Releases First 'Intruders' Trailer

    BBC America has released the first trailer for its newest original series, "Intruders." Based on Michael Marshall Smith's novel "The Intruders," the new series follows a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of...
  • Emmy Preview: Category Shifting Is the Big Story This Year

    This Emmy season, there's going to be more of everything: more campaigning, more events and more media coverage. The reason: more worthy contenders. And that explains another increase: more jockeying. The frenzy kicked off when HBO announced that "True...
  • Dude, where's a buyer for my house?

    Dude, where's a buyer for my house?
    Ashton Kutcher has put the word out that he is interested in finding a buyer for his Hollywood Hills home, quietly shopping it at $12 million. The modern-style, three-story home built in 2007 has views of the Hollywood Reservoir and the Hollywood sign....
  • Q&A: Chuck Lorre and John Wells on the State of TV

    Chuck Lorre is currently the sitcom's reigning king, producing four CBS comedies, including "The Big Bang Theory." John Wells might have stewarded the last genuine dramatic mega-hit in "ER," as well as acclaimed series such as "Southland" and "Shameless."...
  • Ice Bucket Challenge breaks records, shows no signs of cooling

    Ice Bucket Challenge breaks records, shows no signs of cooling
    The Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds for ALS research showed no signs of cooling this week, with the ALS Assn. reporting Wednesday that it had raised a whopping $8.6 million overnight. Between July 29 and Aug. 20, the organization has raised $31.5...
  • Ashton Kutcher sells his Hollywood Hills home for nearly $10 million

    Ashton Kutcher sells his Hollywood Hills home for nearly $10 million
    Ashton Kutcher has sold his Hollywood Hills home for $9.925 million, The Times has confirmed, after quietly shopping it since spring at $12 million. The glass-clad contemporary, built in 2006-07, has views of the Hollywood Reservoir and the Hollywood...
  • The so-called 'war on whites' is a fight the GOP can't win

    At this point, you really have to wonder: Is it still news when a Republican says something asinine? On the off chance it is, let us spend a few moments pondering the strange case of Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, who said last week that the Democratic Party is...
  • Emmys 2014: Glenn Whipp, Mary McNamara on Emmy ills and how to cure them

    Emmys 2014: Glenn Whipp, Mary McNamara on Emmy ills and how to cure them
    Emmy nominations produced more than the usual amount of weeping and gnashing of teeth this year, with a number of worthy series and performances going unnoticed. Is it time to overhaul the system? Times television critic Mary McNamara and The Envelope's...