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  • Upfronts 2014: TNT, TBS unveil programming slates for 2014-15

    Upfronts 2014: TNT, TBS unveil programming slates for 2014-15
    TNT is going "boom!" At a dual upfront presentation with TBS on Wednesday, the cable network unveiled a programming slate for the 2014-15 that will shift to focus on young-skewing, action-packed dramas reminiscent of summer blockbusters. Noting that...
  • Scripted TV Competition Builds With Packed Summer Schedule

    Looks like the DVR won't be getting that much-needed summer vacation. Not every network has released their summer skeds just yet, but it's clear that there will be an unprecedented number of scripted skeins on the broadcast networks from June through...
  • Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership

    Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership
    Turner Broadcasting is getting a makeover. For years, the parent company of cable channels TBS, CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, HLN and TruTV was one of the more stable and low-key units of Time Warner Inc. Based in Atlanta, Turner seldom gets as much...
  • PASSINGS: Louise Brough Clapp, Richard Bull, Michael Filerman

    Louise Brough Clapp Top-ranked tennis player of the 1940s, '50s Louise Brough Clapp, 90, a former top-ranked tennis player who learned the game on Beverly Hills' Roxbury Park courts and went on to win 35 major tournament titles in the 1940s and '50s,...
  • Printers Row's favorite books of 2013

    Printers Row's favorite books of 2013
    As 2013 winds to a close, we thought we'd take one more look back at the year's literary highlights. We asked Printers Row Journal contributors to write about a book they read this year that will linger in their minds well into 2014. Here's what they...
  • Austrian-born Actor Maximilian Schell Dies at 83

    Austrian-born actor and director Maximilian Schell, a fugitive from Adolf Hitler who became a Hollywood favorite and won an Oscar for his role as a defense attorney in "Judgment at Nuremberg," ha died. He was 83. Schell's agent, Patricia Baumbauer,...
  • February 2014 TV premieres, specials, movies, finales

    February 2014 TV premieres, specials, movies, finales
    "Scandal," "The Americans," "The Walking Dead," "Portlandia," "Ripper Street," "Vikings," "House of Cards," "Hannibal"—February sees the return of several TV favorites. New series also launch, including "The Red Road" on Sundance, "Mixology" and the...
  • Matthew McConaughey on 'Dallas Buyers Club': 'Damn Right This Is a Great Time in My Career'

    It may not be to most actors' tastes, but Matthew McConaughey is sounding oddly happy about his smaller paydays. "For the first time in my career, I lost money! No joke!" the actor says. Then again, McConaughey has reason to smile; his choice to...
  • 'Dallas' Toasts Larry Hagman with J.R. Ewing's Own Bourbon

    TNT is toasting the late Larry Hagman and the ruthless Texas oil tycoon he played on nighttime soap "Dallas" with J.R. Ewing Bourbon. Bourbon was the character's drink of choice. The four-year-old, 80-proof J.R. Ewing Bourbon is distilled in Kentucky and...
  • TV Review: 'Dallas'

    The cast of "Dallas" certainly gives great billboard, with new additions only enhancing its heat index. That said, the initial thrill of TNT's better-than-expected reboot -- followed by the sadness of Larry Hagman's death, which was deftly incorporated...
  • Warner Bros. Television announces first-ever directors' workshop

    Warner Bros. Television announces first-ever directors' workshop
    So you want to be a director? Warner Bros. Television is hoping to help. On Thursday, the studio announced it will launch a directors' workshop, designed to "provide up-and-coming directors with the opportunity to break into primetime television,"...