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  • Why AMC's 'Breaking Bad' is the new novel

    Going into Sunday's Emmy telecast, all eyes are on "Breaking Bad." It's picked up a slew of acting awards during its five-season run and is this year's odds-on favorite for drama series; as the show moves toward its Sept. 29 finale, its ratings have...
  • Cote de Pablo reveals Ziva's fate, addresses 'terrifying' 'NCIS' exit

    Spoiler alert: Don't read on if you're an "NCIS" fan who doesn't want to know what happens in advance. Cote de Pablo has a message for her "NCIS" fans: This time, it was personal. Really.  The 33-year-old Chilean American actress is leaving CBS' crime...
  • Michael J. Fox: Can he really come back with new NBC comedy?

    Michael J. Fox: Can he really come back with new NBC comedy?
    Michael J. Fox was a huge TV star back in the 1980s and '90s. But can he do it again?  The 52-year-old star returns Thursday night in "The Michael J. Fox Show," the NBC comedy in which he plays a middle-aged broadcaster angling for a career comeback...
  • Robin Williams: Here's why I'll never revive 'Mork & Mindy'

    Robin Williams: Here's why I'll never revive 'Mork & Mindy'
    Shazbot! Robin Williams says he'll never again give a "na-nu, na-nu" greeting to his space alien from "Mork & Mindy." Williams -- the 62-year-old Oscar winner for "Good Will Hunting" and star of the new CBS ad-industry sendup "The Crazy Ones" (a sneak...
  • McNamara's Picks: 'Homeland,' 'Good Wife,' 'Masters of Sex' and more

    "Homeland." Things got a little crazy at the end of season two of Showtime's intense spy thriller, what with Langley being blown to bits and Carrie (Claire Danes) helping Brody (Damian Lewis) escape. Not surprisingly, things stay a little crazy, albeit in...
  • 'Dexter' finale breaks ratings record for Showtime

    'Dexter' finale breaks ratings record for Showtime
    The finale of "Dexter" is drawing mixed reaction from fans, but it was a ratings smash for Showtime. The conclusion of the series about forensic investigator Dexter Morgan, who moonlights as a serial killer, was the show's highest-rated telecast ever,...
  • Emmys 2013: Why those TV ratings weren't as great as you'd heard

    Emmys 2013: Why those TV ratings weren't as great as you'd heard
    Everyone knows Sunday's 65th Primetime Emmys did great ratings, right? Not so fast.  Amid tough competition — "Breaking Bad"! "Dexter" finale! Da Bears! — the three-hour awards show hosted by Neil Patrick Harris vaulted over withering...
  • Jeff Lindsay at Books and Books

    Jeff Lindsay at Books and Books
    Jeff Lindsay: "Dexter" die-hards upset over the series finale of Showtime's long-running drama this month may find a sympathetic ear in the crime novelist who invented Dexter Morgan. Lindsay will appear 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Books and Books (265 Aragon...
  • TCA press tour: Hallmark emphasizes 'wholesome' with 'Cedar Cove'

    TCA press tour: Hallmark emphasizes 'wholesome' with 'Cedar Cove'
    Hallmark Channel, which refers to itself as "the heart of TV," took every opportunity to play up its warm-and-fuzzy vibe Wednesday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills. With its first original prime-time series, "Debbie Macomber's...
  • McNamara's Picks: 'Foyle's War,' 'Writers' Room,' 'Breaking Amish'

    PBS is chockablock with solid fare this summer, with new episodes of the "Inspector Morse" prequel series "Endeavor" currently airing, along with repeats of "Call the Midwife," Season Two, and an adaptation of "The Lady Vanishes" coming up next month....
  • Review: 'The Writers' Room' is a zoo tour of how TV shows get made

    Review: 'The Writers' Room' is a zoo tour of how TV shows get made
    In "The Writers' Room," a highly pleasurable series that begins Monday on Sundance, Jim Rash gathers groups of television writers — they usually travel in packs — to discuss how they make their shows. Time was that the ordinary citizen had...