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  • CT's Katherine Heigl Returning To TV With New NBC Series

    One familiar face in the new TV fall lineup is that of Katherine Heigl, who left "Grey's Anatomy" after six seasons in 2010 to pursue a career in movies. Heigl, 35, who grew up in New Canaan, is returning to television to star as a CIA analyst for the White House in the new NBC series "State of Affairs," which starts Monday, Nov. 17.
  • Katherine Heigl: 'I certainly don't see myself as being difficult'

    Katherine Heigl appeared before an audience of reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour to promote her new NBC series, "State of Affairs." In the "Homeland"-esque drama, she plays Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst responsible...

    Katherine Heigl claims 'too many rom-coms' derailed her career

    Katherine Heigl claims 'too many rom-coms' derailed her career
    LOS ANGELES - Katherine Heigl is back in Hollywood with a new NBC television series, "State of Affairs," on the horizon and a fresh perspective on her career. So fresh, we've never quite heard anything like it. "I had an amazing time. I love romantic...

    Q&A: 'Don Jon' star/writer/director Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    Q&A: 'Don Jon' star/writer/director Joseph Gordon-Levitt
    Many people want to believe that what they see in movies is real. In "Don Jon," buff Jersey guy Jon (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) prefers his one-way, fantasy-driven relationship with porn to the two-way intimacy of countless one-night stands and a bond with...

    'Paranoia' review: Get off my product development plane!

    'Paranoia' review: Get off my product development plane!
    *1/2 (out of four) Destined to be started but not finished by Netflix streaming subscribers, "Paranoia" depicts a cutthroat community of so-called geniuses and then portrays nearly everyone as a fool. If this laughable excuse for a thriller quickens your...