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  • TV Review: 'NCIS: New Orleans'

    Produced with factory-like precision, "NCIS: New Orleans" seems determined not to give viewers watching lead-in "NCIS" any reason to reach for the remote or clap off the TV. And other than the jazz riffs (which no one will confuse with "Treme") and Scott Bakula subbing for Mark Harmon (who doubles as an exec producer), audiences probably won't notice much difference between the two shows. Despite conspicuous creole flavoring, this second spinoff looks likely to pick up pretty seamlessly where the "L.A." edition left off - with Bakula providing good company, and justice served up faster than street-vendor gumbo.
  • 'NCIS: New Orleans': familiar gumbo

    In past TV seasons, the first week would come packed with new series. As the TV season starts Monday (today), just six new series join the schedule this week. Three arrive Monday night: Fox's "Gotham," CBS' "Scorpion" and ABC's "Forever." Coming Tuesday...

    Review: 'NCIS: New Orleans'

    Review: 'NCIS: New Orleans'
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Produced with factory-like precision, "NCIS: New Orleans" seems determined not to give viewers watching lead-in "NCIS" any reason to reach for the remote or clap off the TV. And other than the jazz riffs (which no one will...

    Amazon Studios Adds Thriller 'Hysteria' From Shaun Cassidy to Next Pilot Wave

    Amazon Studios announced hour-long contagion thriller "Hysteria," created by Shaun Cassidy and starring Mena Suvari, will join its third pilot season later this year. The show is written by Cassidy, a former pop star whose TV production credits include...

    TV Review: 'The Following'

    Creatively, there was almost nowhere for "The Following" to go after the first season's drunken stumble toward the finish line. But since the show was reasonably successful, the producers had little choice but to forge ahead in a similar mode -- using a...