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  • 'Pan Am' flies again for ABC as airline drama series debuts

    Fasten your seat belt for a flight back to the 1960s. By definition, a series titled "Pan Am" would have to be set in an earlier era, since the title airline went out of business in 1991 after 64 years of operation. However, it's now back in business for...
  • BBC America spends '24 Hours in the ER'

    When producer-director Amy Flanagan approached her about allowing a TV crew to film a documentary series in the bustling halls of King's College in London, Briony Sloper, the head of trauma and ER at the facility, at first was hesitant. "It was a massive...
  • Hot Property: Traditional style resonates with singer Adam Levine

    Hot Property: Traditional style resonates with singer Adam Levine
    Although a traditional-style estate may not seem to blend with Adam Levine's pop rock persona, the Maroon 5 frontman and coach on "The Voice" has bought one in the Beverly Crest area for $4.83 million. The single-level ranch house, white with long...
  • Why some TV shows only film exterior scenes in Chicago

    Why some TV shows only film exterior scenes in Chicago
    The Chicago-based Showtime dramedy "Shameless" can either be seen as a small victory for Chicago's TV and film community or a missed opportunity, depending on how you want to look at it. The series films most of its exterior scenes in Chicago (unlike...
  • Saluting nearly 60 years of Warner Bros. TV

    Saluting nearly 60 years of Warner Bros. TV
    For fans of TV history, a walk through the "Television: Out of the Box" show at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills is like a grand stroll through our collective past. Visitors to the exhibition, which celebrates nearly 60 years of Warner Bros....
  • It took a trio to come up with Wonder Woman

    It took a trio to come up with Wonder Woman
    If comic book characters are a driving force in Hollywood, it's worth noting that Wonder Woman, one of the most iconic characters of the last 70 years, has yet to star in her own live-action movie. She hasn't been completely ignored. Two years ago,...
  • CBS' 'Under the Dome' bringing thrills from King, Spielberg

    CBS' 'Under the Dome' bringing thrills from King, Spielberg
    WILMINGTON, N.C. — Inside a 10-foot-tall cylinder a few miles from the beach, actress Britt Robertson is chained to a bedpost. The petite 23-year-old is being held captive by her (fictional) ex-boyfriend, a possessive young man named Junior who'...
  • The strike aside, hit shows are still missing

    The strike aside, hit shows are still missing
    WHEN NBC's Golden Globes telecast devolved into a fiasco earlier this month, with ratings skidding more than 70%, it seemed to hammer home the conventional wisdom about the writers strike. The strike by the Writers Guild of America, you'll recall, was...
  • What's making writers and studios so nervous

    What's making writers and studios so nervous
    Damon Lindelof got a sobering glimpse of his future as a television writer two years ago as he strolled through the Grove shopping plaza in Los Angeles. Hanging in the window of the Apple store was a gigantic poster for "Lost," the hit ABC show on...
  • Actor Tom Lennon and wife Jenny Robertson buy Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000

    Actor Tom Lennon and wife Jenny Robertson buy Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000
    You could call it a shorts sale. Tom Lennon, the pants-averse Lt. Jim Dangle on Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" (2003-09), and his actress wife, Jenny Robertson, have purchased a Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000. The seller was "ER" actress Maura...
  • Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?

    Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?
    There are precious few guarantees in the theater anymore. Boffo playwrights went out with the Neil Simon dinosaurs. A new show by Stephen Sondheim, hands down the greatest living musical theater composer, can't even count on a Broadway booking. The only...