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  • 'Downton Abbey' cast heads to ... 'Doc McStuffins'?

    'Downton Abbey' cast heads to ... 'Doc McStuffins'?
    While fans patiently await the return of "Downton Abbey" to PBS early next year, they can get a comforting visit from several cast members in a most unusual place: Disney Junior's animated series "Doc McStuffins." Joanne Froggatt, also known as Anna...
  • 'Downton Abbey' cast costumes on exhibit at Delaware's Winterthur

    'Downton Abbey' cast costumes on exhibit at Delaware's Winterthur
    When another day dawns at Downton Abbey, the efficient Mrs. Hughes is already attired in her black-on-black patterned dress. But who knew that Mrs. Hughes was so chic? A television screen flattens colors so it's impossible for viewers to see, much less...
  • TV This Week Oct. 5 - 11: 'Homeland' on Showtime

    TV This Week Oct. 5 - 11: 'Homeland' on Showtime
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 5 - 11, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY "Bob's Burgers" cooks up a fresh batch of...
  • 10 bookish movies coming in September

    10 bookish movies coming in September
    September is full of bookish film adaptations, with movies made from kids books, an international bestseller, a bestselling mystery and a couple of heart-stopping YA thrillers, of course. Here's what's in theaters, and what's coming soon. Things are...
  • Reel Critics: 'Skeletons' opens a closet

    I'll say it up front — "The Skeleton Twins" is one of the best films this year, with amazing performances from stars better known for comedic roles. But Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader and Ty Burrell show us real gifts at playing darker, more troubled...
  • TV Review: PBS' 'The Boomer List,' Epix's 'Forgotten Four: The Integration of Pro Football'

    With documentaries, subject matter is often half the battle. Yet two interesting topics are mostly squandered in projects premiering on Sept. 23, with PBS' "The Boomer List" having little to say and Epix's "Forgotten Four: The Integration of Pro Football"...
  • 'Plastic' a slick, 'Ocean's Eleven'-type crime caper

     'Plastic' a slick, 'Ocean's Eleven'-type crime caper
    The slick, fast-paced "Plastic" is a guilty pleasure of a crime thriller involving an intrepid quartet of credit card-scamming young Brits. As mindless entertainment goes, it's a pretty watchable time-passer. Based in part on a true story, the film...
  • 'Men in Blazers': How Producer Michael Davies Became a TV Soccer Commentator

    From Bravo's "Watch What Happens: Live" to GSN's "The American Bible Challenge," prolific producer Michael Davies has had no less than half a dozen series and pilots in the hopper at any given time during the past few years at his Sony Pictures TV-based...
  • 'Downton Abbey' ratings down in British Season 5 premiere

    'Downton Abbey' ratings down in British Season 5 premiere
    Goodness gracious! It looks like "Downton Abbey" may be losing its luster.  The popular 1920s-set costume drama had its fifth season premiere Sunday night in the United Kingdom, attracting an audience of 8.4 million viewers to British broadcaster ITV. ...
  • Paris isn't enough of a diversion in weak 'My Old Lady'

    You can't complain about the cast in "My Old Lady" — Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas going at one another in high style — and the setting of Paris at its most atmospheric is charm itself. The film in question, however,...
  • Paul Greenberg: Words in vogue

    The scholar H.W. Fowler described and diagnosed many a linguistic malady in his classic study, "A Dictionary of Modern English Usage," back in that very modern year 1926. The Roaring Twenties were a study in modernity, and 1926 marked a high point in...