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  • '24' veteran Jon Cassar to produce and direct new episodes

    '24' veteran Jon Cassar to produce and direct new episodes
    Another key component of Fox's "24" will be back when the show returns with new episodes next season. Jon Casse\ar, a producer and director on the thriller from Seasons 2 through 7, has signed on to executive produce and direct several episodes of "24:...
  • Tribune's Peter Liguori Making Good on Vow to Beef Up TV Assets

    That was quick. Tribune Co.'s new topper Peter Liguori is making good on his vow to beef up the company's TV assets, particularly its WGN America cable channel. WGN America last week gave a 13-episode straight-to-series order to "Salem," a supernatural...
  • Brett Martin and Alan Sepinwall look at the TV revolution

    The unexpected death of James Gandolfini, who was best known for his work on the series "The Sopranos," recently re-ignited the conversation over How Much Television has Changed, which has become so intense and widespread in the last few years that...
  • Matt Bristol of 'Breaking Amish: Los Angeles' stirs up drama

    Matt Bristol of 'Breaking Amish: Los Angeles' stirs up drama
    With his hair tousled and aviator sunglasses resting on a table, Matt Bristol seemed like your typical Angeleno on a recent afternoon for lunch in Brentwood.  But Bristol is a cast member on the TLC series “Breaking Amish: Los Angeles,”...
  • Mary Lynn Rajskub will be back as Chloe for '24' miniseries

    Mary Lynn Rajskub will be back as Chloe for '24' miniseries
    We all know Jack Bauer is coming back to Fox for another day of tension and thrills in "24: Live Another Day," but the network announced Thursday another familiar face: Mary Lynn Rajskub. Rajskub, who played CTU analyst Chloe O'Brian, was one of the few...
  • DogTV launches with programming for dogs

    People may get excited about all the new cable and network programming being discussed at TCA, but chances are, man's best friend couldn't give two woofs about "Sleepy Hollow" on Fox or the latest HBO original series. That's why the Israeli-based media...
  • Valerie Harper is cast in TV movie while battling cancer

    Valerie Harper may have terminal cancer, but her work goes on. The former "Rhoda" star is making a TV movie in Canada. The 73-year-old actress has been cast in "The Town That Came A-Courtin'," an adaptation of Rhonda Rich's love story about a divorced...
  • Brian Williams takes off from 'NBC Nightly News' for knee surgery

    Brian Williams takes off from 'NBC Nightly News' for knee surgery
    This just in: Brian Williams needs to take a break from "NBC Nightly News" to get a new right knee. The 54-year-old anchor announced Thursday that he'll take a temporary medical leave starting next week for knee-replacement surgery. NBC's Lester Holt is...
  • Streamland: David Cross and Syd Butler get indie with FKR.TV

    Streamland: David Cross and Syd Butler get indie with FKR.TV
    David Cross has thrown his comedic weight behind a nascent Web channel called FKR.TV, which he is co-developing alongside Frenchkiss Records' founder Syd Butler in conjunction with Orchard Video Network. Launched six months ago, FKR.TV has more than 6,000...
  • CBS' 'Hostages' seeks to capture audiences as cable dramas do

    CBS' 'Hostages' seeks to capture audiences as cable dramas do
    NEW YORK — In recent years, cable television has generated raves for its complex serial dramas even as broadcast networks continue to ring up exponentially more viewers with traditional fare. Beginning Sept. 23, CBS will pose a tantalizing...
  • Filming at Disney Hall: Always ready for its close-up

    In its first 10 years Disney Hall became more than a home for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, it also became a destination for photographing advertisements and filming commercials, television shows and movies. Howard Sherman, vice president of...