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  • TNT's 'Legends' finds Sean Bean keeping his head as master spy

    TNT's 'Legends' finds Sean Bean keeping his head as master spy
    Last month at Comic-Con, TNT launched an ad campaign for its new spy thriller "Legends" that consisted of the hashtag #dontkillseanbean. Technically, it is not a great sign when network executives think the main reason to watch a new show is the fact...
  • TV review: 'Legends,' or The Bean Identity

    TV review: 'Legends,' or The Bean Identity
    It's a good time to be a Beaniac—or whatever fans of ruggedly British actor Sean Bean are calling themselves. The man who famously (four-season-old spoiler alert!) lost his head on "Game of Thrones" owns TNT's spy drama "Legends" (8 p.m. Aug. 13,...
  • Can U.K. Keep Up With Demand Due to Amped-Up Incentives?

    As Hollywood struggles to keep a leash on runaway production, recent tweaks to already robust U.K. film and TV tax incentives have created a boom in Blighty. "We have an unprecedented amount of inquiries we are dealing with," says Adrian Wootton, chief...
  • TV Picks: 'Outlander,' 'Legends,' 'Dick Cavett's Watergate'

    TV Picks: 'Outlander,' 'Legends,' 'Dick Cavett's Watergate'
    “Outlander.” Starz continues its canny courtship of the often underserved female audience with a fine and drop-dead gorgeous adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s eight-book, internationally bestselling series. Describing what it’s...
  • 'Homeland' Co-Creator Howard Gordon Looks Back on 'Wizard of Elm Street's' 1986 Sale

    Howard Gordon has built a career producing suspenseful shows -- "24," "Homeland" and now "Legends." Back in 1986, though, the biggest suspense was where his next paycheck would come from. He and writing partner Alex Gansa had moved to Los Angeles from the...
  • Sean Bean, Channing Tatum, Shark Week: week's highlights

    Sean Bean, Channing Tatum, Shark Week: week's highlights
    A new drama series leads the highlights for the coming week, which also features Shark Week, Summer Under the Stars and Channing Tatum. 1. "Legends," 9 p.m. Wednesday, TNT Sean Bean's superb acting as a versatile undercover agent for the FBI...
  • Orlando's Manny Coto receives Imagen Award

    Orlando's Manny Coto receives Imagen Award
    Congratulations to Orlando filmmaker Manny Coto, who has received the Imagen Award for creative achievement. He recently worked as show runner on "24: Live Another Day," the Fox miniseries, with writing partner Evan Katz. Coto and Katz were writers...
  • Freddie Prinze Jr. dubs Kiefer Sutherland an 'unprofessional dude'

    Freddie Prinze Jr. dubs Kiefer Sutherland an 'unprofessional dude'
    Freddie Prinze Jr. really didn't think his "24" co-star Kiefer Sutherland was all that. Prinze, the former staple of high school movies, spoke up about Sutherland while promoting his latest show, "Star Wars Rebels," at Comic-Con in San Diego over the...
  • Why Wall Street Will Scrutinize Walden, Newman As They Take Fox Control

    Installing new creative oversight at a major broadcast outlet is a move that typically raises the interest of Hollywood. Now that longtime production-studio vets Dana Walden and Gary Newman have been placed over the operations of TV's iconoclastic Fox...
  • Rob Schneider's big bet. NBA wants big increases in next TV deal.

    Rob Schneider's big bet. NBA wants big increases in next TV deal.
    After the coffee. Before ABC's press tour day. The Skinny: I was a little bummed (and even teary) by the finale of "24" last night. I'd tell you why but then I'd have to type SPOILER ALERT, so instead I'll just wait till everyone watches it. Check...
  • 'Homeland' plots a course not all ready to follow

    'Homeland' plots a course not all ready to follow
    In its first season, "Homeland" hinged on the premise that Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) had been turned while held captive by Al Qaeda and, now back in the States, was planning a terrorist attack. Nobody believed that war hero Brody would...