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  • Around the remote: Chuck Barney's picks for April 5-11

    DON'T MISS: "Mad Men" Peggy Lee's haunting cover of "Is That All There Is?" gets prominent play in the first of seven final episodes, as one of television's greatest shows goes into the stretch drive. It's a fitting lament for damaged ad man Don Draper (Jon Hamm), who must be wondering what life has left to offer after years of reckless behavior and existential angst. We're eager to see if he will change his ways or just "break out the booze and have a ball." 10 p.m. Sunday, AMC.
  • An arresting presence in 'Wolf Hall'

    An arresting presence in 'Wolf Hall'
    Beginning Sunday and for the following five weeks, PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre" will be the home of "Wolf Hall." When I say that it is no "Downton Abbey," I mean it in the best way. A miniseries based on a pair of novels by the English writer Hilary...

    Sara Bareilles show, Mark Rylance highlight A.R.T.'s season

    Sara Bareilles' musical based on the film "Waitress," a play co-written and starring Mark Rylance and a stage adaptation of Eve Ensler's "In the Body of the World" are among the highlights of the American Repertory Theater's upcoming season. The...

    PBS' 'Wolf Hall': 16th-century powerbroker makes his play

    Sure, "Downton Abbey" is easy to love with its romance, high fashion and Ye Olde McMansion. But PBS' "Wolf Hall" boasts its own seductive strength, courtesy of a 16th-century powerbroker who would be at ease in "House of Cards" and the dashing English...

    Cromwell is coming: Wolf Hall starts Sunday

    Thomas Cromwell, the brilliant 16th-century advisor to King Henry VIII, is coming to PBS on Sunday night in "Wolf Hall." The series, produced by Masterpiece and BBC2, is adapted from Hilary Mantel's novel of the same name. The book was a hit with...