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  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Farewell to Charlie and series viewers

    'The Newsroom' recap: Farewell to Charlie and series viewers
    In saying goodbye to veteran journalist Charlie Skinner (Sam Waterston), HBO’s “The Newsroom” also said farewell to viewers by wrapping its third and final season with Episode 25: “What Kind of Day Has It Been.”
  • Frances McDormand stretches as producer, star of HBO's 'Olive Kitteridge'

    Frances McDormand stretches as producer, star of HBO's 'Olive Kitteridge'
    As the title character in "Olive Kitteridge," HBO's searing miniseries about a depressive, middle-aged Maine schoolteacher who's short on patience but long on wit, Frances McDormand is unforgettable. But it's a role she might not have found if she hadn'...

    'Olive Kitteridge' comes to HBO this weekend

    'Olive Kitteridge' comes to HBO this weekend
    "Olive Kitteridge," a new miniseries based on the book by Elizabeth Strout, will premiere on HBO Nov. 2. Strout's collection of linked short stories set in a small Maine town won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize. The drama -- alternately, "traumedy" -- stars...

    Monday's TV Highlights: '15 Songs That Changed Country Music'

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 2 - 8, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Gotham A gang war intensifies as rivals...

    TV Picks: 'Olive Kitteridge,' 'Elementary,' 'Death Comes to Pemberley'

    TV Picks: 'Olive Kitteridge,' 'Elementary,' 'Death Comes to Pemberley'
    "Olive Kitteridge" Starring Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins, HBO's two-part, four-hour adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning book is the best thing on television this year, last year, probably next year, possible ever....