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  • Tony Soprano and those other tough guys are muscled out

    Tony Soprano and those other tough guys are muscled out
    Somewhere, in a prop warehouse owned by HBO, there is a big pile of guns. Dusty, unused, bewildered perhaps by their strange and sudden obsolescence, they can only wait and wonder why premium subscriber television, a business they created, built by God...
  • 'Breaking Bad' Breaks Back in March

    AMC has set a return date for its series "Breaking Bad," while HBO has put the new comedy series "Eastbound & Down" on its schedule. "Breaking Bad," for which Bryan Cranston won an Emmy last year, will begin its second season on Sunday, March 8. Cranston...
  • HBO's 'Treme,' 'Empire' Add to Casts

    A pair of high-profile HBO pilots -- "The Wire" creator David Simon's New Orleans drama "Treme" and the Martin Scorsese-helmed "Boardwalk Empire" -- have added to their casts. Steve Zahn is in talks to play one of the lead roles in "Treme," which looks...
  • Pilots: 'October Road' Star Will 'Make It' with HBO

    HBO's comedy pilot "How to Make It in America" has found its two lead actors in Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk. The "October Road" and "Stop-Loss" stars will play two friends chasing the American dream in New York, according to The Hollywood Reporter....
  • 'Kings' Stages a 'Deadwood' Reunion

    Brian Cox will reunite with his former "Deadwood" co-star Ian McShane on NBC's midseason series "Kings." Cox will have a recurring part on the drama, which recasts the biblical story of David in a contemporary setting. He's set to appear in four episodes...
  • A golden age for cable TV dramas

    A golden age for cable TV dramas
    The upcoming race for best drama series at the primetime Emmys looks like a true drama -- with lots of cliffhangers looming. Can past nominees "Grey's Anatomy" or "House" finally break through with a big win after two consecutive defeats? With past...
  • NBC Formally Crowns 'Kings'

    Given that NBC has already put the drama "Kings" on its schedule for 2008-09, you'd figure that it had already received a series order. That apparently wasn't the case, however, because late Monday the network announced it was giving the show, which...
  • 'Cupid' Arrow Finds Sarah Paulson

    ABC's remake of "Cupid" has landed its female lead in former "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" star Sarah Paulson. She'll star opposite Bobby Cannavale in the update of the late-'90s cult show. Elsewhere at ABC, Sharon Lawrence has joined "The Prince of...
  • 'Deadwood' Is Well and Truly Dead

    This shouldn't come as too big a surprise, given that it's been nearly two years since "Deadwood" finished on HBO and its creator and a number of its actors have gone on to other things. But the two movies that supposedly would wrap up the series aren't...
  • AMC Follows Up 'Mad Men' With 'Breaking Bad'

    Bryan Cranston is probably best-known for his Emmy-nominated work as Hal, the frazzled dad on the Fox sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle." Even on his worst day, however, Hal never went through the problems visited on Walter White, the character Cranston...
  • TV Review: 'Breaking Bad'

    TV Review: 'Breaking Bad'
    Even after a full season of "Mad Men," it's still a little difficult to get my head around AMC as a destination for quality series. This is, after all, a channel that several years ago sold its classic-movie soul for ad revenue and quickly forgotten stabs...