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  • David Tennant is back on the case in 'Gracepoint' on Fox

    David Tennant is back on the case in 'Gracepoint' on Fox
    David Tennant is having a serious case of déjà vu. It was just two years ago when Tennant, the actor best known as the 10th Doctor in the "Doctor Who" cult franchise, began work in South West England for his non-Whovian role as Alec Hardy, one-half of a...
  • The Golden Fork goes to 'Breaking Bad' table

    Tables filled Evergreen Walk Park with decorations that could be seen from the parking lot, as the Longest Dinner Table got underway on Sept. 27. The fun-filled evening that raises funds for the South Windsor Public Education Fund encourages contestants...
  • 'Gracepoint' Tries to Keep 'Broadchurch's' Hit DNA in U.S. Rendition

    Carolyn Bernstein is the executive in charge of threading the needle very, very carefully. Bernstein, head of scripted programming at Shine America, spearheaded the drive to produce a U.S. rendition of "Broadchurch," the murder-mystery series that...
  • FX Orders Comedy Pilot 'Pariah' Starring Bill Burr

    FX has given a pilot order to comedy "Pariah" that hails from the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" camp. Comedian Bill Burr (pictured) plays a volatile TV personality who is drummed out of showbiz and struggles to make it in the real world. Series was...
  • Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV

    Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV
    If the new Fox drama “Gracepoint” looks too good to be on network TV, that’s because it’s stacked with the kind of talent you normally see only on cable. And the work here is so good it could help change the way networks do drama...
  • Runaway Production Panel: Tax Credits Aren't Going Away

    More than 40 states offer film and TV tax incentives, along with many countries. So what would happen if all those tax credits went away? That was a question posed at the CityLab summit on Tuesday, and the answer from panelists was that it wouldn't...
  • TV Review: 'Gracepoint'

    Fox's "Gracepoint" is a near shot-for-shot remake of the BBC's "Broadchurch," albeit served up in 10 episodes instead of eight. That's not a bad idea, especially for the millions who haven't seen the British version, but it does make it harder to appraise...
  • Bravo's Frances Berwick to Oversee E! and Esquire; Adam Stotsky Adds E! Duties

    NBCUniversal is shaking up the management picture at E! Entertainment, the cabler that has been in a ratings slump as viewer interest waned in its celebrity-focused brand of unscripted series. Frances Berwick (pictured left) will add oversight of E!...
  • Fox Buys 'Big' TV Show Remake from 'Enlisted' Team

    Continuing with the current TV trend of mining Gen X and Gen Y nostalgia for project ideas, Fox has bought a half-hour comedy loosely based on the Tom Hanks movie "Big" from "Enlisted" exec producers Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce via 20th Century Fox...
  • Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade

    Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade
    Parkland High School graduate Michaela Conlin was already a veteran of two failed TV shows when she trudged down to the 20th Century Fox lot in Century City to shoot a pilot for a police procedural called "Brennan." Even though the role of forensic...
  • Yvette Nicole Brown Leaves 'Community'

    Yvette Nicole Brown is leaving the study group. The actress is departing "Community" after playing Shirley for five seasons on the comedy. She confirmed her exit, first reported by TV Guide, on Twitter on Tuesday. Thanks for the years of laughs & love...