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  • Al Capone on PBS: Public Enemy No. 1 revisited

    Al Capone on PBS: Public Enemy No. 1 revisited
    South Florida is littered with Al Capone history  –  the Miami mansion where he took his last breath,  his reputed riverside hideout in Fort Lauderdale,  his casino dreams in Deerfield Beach – and every  restaurant and watering hole as old...
  • Emmys 2014: 'Breaking Bad' for the win again? Well ....

    Emmys 2014: 'Breaking Bad' for the win again? Well ....
    "Breaking Bad" finally won the Emmy for drama series last year. At the time, everyone assumed Bryan Cranston & Co. would be taking a well-deserved victory lap this year for the last half of its satisfying final season, which concluded shortly after the...
  • Emmy nominations will likely cause drama for some dramas

    Emmy nominations will likely cause drama for some dramas
    Forget "The Voice" and "Amazing Race." TV's ultimate competition show is about to begin as the TV world finally finds out what shows landed a slot in the top categories for the 66th Primetime Emmys. Carson Daly ("The Voice") and Mindy Kaling ("The Mindy...
  • Martial arts drama 'Badlands' gets straight-to-series order from AMC

    Martial arts drama 'Badlands' gets straight-to-series order from AMC
    AMC demonstrated its flexibility in its range of programming Friday in announcing a straight-to-series order for the martial arts drama "Badlands." The six-episode series is to premiere in late 2015 or early 2016. Loosely based on the classic...
  • 'Better Call Saul' delay: Vince Gilligan confesses, 'I am very slow'

    'Better Call Saul' delay: Vince Gilligan confesses, 'I am very slow'
    It turns out that telling the back story of "Breaking Bad's" smarmy lawyer, Saul Goodman, requires the same type of care and attention that the character puts into his flashy suits and strategically combed hair. News broke last month that the originally...
  • 'Better Call Saul': Cast, Timeline Details and New Photos

    Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, creators of AMC's upcoming "Better Call Saul," shared details on the new cast members who will be joining "Breaking Bad" alums Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks in the Emmy-winning show's highly anticipated spinoff series....
  • YouTube Star Ray William Johnson Announces New Host of 'Equals Three' (Exclusive)

    Ray William Johnson, who rose to Internet fame with his long-running YouTube comedy series "Equals Three," has announced a new host for the show: Robby Motz, a 20-year-old theater student who's never been on YouTube until now. Johnson produced and...
  • Emmys 2014: 'Breaking Bad,' 'True Detective' among drama series nominees

    Emmys 2014: 'Breaking Bad,' 'True Detective' among drama series nominees
    The Emmys are sticking with the familiar in the drama series category. On Thursday, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences nominated just one newcomer, "True Detective," for drama series, along with returning favorites "Breaking Bad," "Mad Men,"...
  • HBO leads Emmy nominations. Dish wants FCC to block Comcast deal.

    HBO leads Emmy nominations. Dish wants FCC to block Comcast deal.
    After the coffee. Before scrutinizing the Emmy nominations. The Skinny: I watched the first episode of FX's "The Strain." I won't give anything away but I will say you will never hear "Sweet Caroline" the same way again after watching it. Today's...
  • Bryan Cranston to Star in HBO Films' 'All the Way' Adaptation

    Bryan Cranston is going "All the Way" with HBO Films. The studio has acquired the rights to the Tony Award-winning play starring Cranston as President Lyndon Johnson, which also won him a Tony Award as Best Actor. Robert Schenkkan will adapt his play...
  • Bryan Cranston to reprise role as LBJ in 'All the Way' for HBO

    It's back to the small screen for Bryan Cranston. The Tony-winning actor will reprise his role as President Lyndon Baines Johnson in an adaptation of the Broadway play "All the Way" for HBO, the network announced Wednesday.  Playwright Robert...