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  • Edie Falco loves playing the lying, seriously flawed 'Nurse Jackie'

    Edie Falco loves playing the lying, seriously flawed 'Nurse Jackie'
    Edie Falco has a cold. Actually, it's more like a sinus infection, one that's been plaguing her for weeks now, and so she enters the roof-top restaurant at the Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills apologizing if the medication has made her a little dingy....
  • British are ready to rule U.S. TV sets this summer

    Paul Revere said they were coming, but he probably didn't think they would keep coming and coming. Yet another British invasion, this time of the TV order, is setting in on America this summer. Between the dreamy royal wedding, the glory of the royal...
  • 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' is a true television marvel

    Of all the creative and genre-expanding shows to debut in the last few years, none have been quite so fascinating to watch as the wildly ambitious narrative experiment of ABC's "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." The hype explosion that prefaced its debut...
  • Max Irons, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern Join 'Woman in Gold'

    LONDON -- "The White Queen" star Max Irons, "Game of Thrones" thesp Charles Dance, and Elizabeth McGovern from "Downton Abbey" have joined the cast of "Woman in Gold," which is being produced by The Weinstein Company, BBC Films and Origin Pictures. Other...
  • Writers' Rooms Vs. Solo Scribes: Where Does TV Creativity Flourish Best?

    The writers' room has become a staple of American television production. But look to our British friends across the pond, and they've got other ideas. Imagine: one writer, penning all the episodes of a show. No writers' room. No shared concept. Just...
  • Drama Scribes Talk Cable vs. Broadcast at Variety's Night in the Writers' Room

    On Tuesday night, Variety's annual "Night in the Writers' Room" assembled an eclectic array of scribes from the worlds of comedy and drama for an in-depth discussion at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Variety TV critic Brian Lowry moderated...
  • Ensemble TV Actors Shine in Smaller Roles

    Let's be honest: While it's great to win an Emmy -- any Emmy -- almost every actor would prefer a leading role to a supporting one. That said, some of today's top movie stars got their start in a supporting TV role. Woody Harrelson first came to fame...
  • New TV Scribes Face The Incredible Shrinking Writers' Room

    At a pre-emmy breakfast last year, "Downton Abbey's" architect Julian Fellowes expressed some amusement at the thought of a "writers' room." "I don't have as much ability to talk in our writers' room because there's only one person in our room: me," he...
  • ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Rose Leslie on Ygritte’s last act

     
    When Scottish actress Rose Leslie landed the role of the Wildling warrior Ygritte in “Game of Thrones,” she immediately turned […]...
  • George Clooney wedding might be in Venice, Italy

    George Clooney wedding might be in Venice, Italy
    Although they recently toured the estate in England that's the setting for "Downton Abbey," George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin hope to marry in Venice, Italy, in September, sources tell Page Six. [Page Six] Ginger Zee of "Good Morning America" wore a...
  • Broadcast series go head to head with cable skeins in this year's Emmy race

    While audiences are enjoying what's arguably known as the next Golden Age of Television, the TV Academy has been faced with increasingly blurred lines in terms of the shows in the Emmy contest. As eight- and 13-episode cable dramas compete with 22-episode...