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  • Television Q&A: Wandering stars

    Q: I have noticed that actor Scott Wolf is in two different TV series this year in a primary role. One is "The Night Shift" and the other is "Perception." How is that possible that this is even done? When a viewer is into a series the viewer gets bonded...
  • Billy Bob Thornton Makes a Pitch for 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'Game of Thrones' Guest Spots

    At Monday's Emmy Performers Peer Group party at the Montage Beverly Hills, the nominees thought long and hard about which TV shows they'd like to grace as a guest star. But "Veep's" Tony Hale didn't hesitate with his bid for a role on IFC's "Portlandia."...
  • Why Do Certain Actors on Ensemble Shows Stand Out for Emmy Nominations?

    Robert Altman would be proud. His signature ensemble filmmaking style has become the norm rather than the exception in dramatic series. However magnetic the leads, they're invariably surrounded by distinctive character players who get multiple chances...
  • TV Review: 'Outlander' Two-View: A Bonny Bore or Scotch Delight?

    A BONNY BORE -- Brian Lowry For those who turned "Outlander" into an international bestseller, seeing the characters brought to life, with Scotland as the bonny backdrop, will doubtless be something of a kick. For everyone else, the resulting series is a...
  • Emmys 2014: Glenn Whipp, Mary McNamara on Emmy ills and how to cure them

    Emmys 2014: Glenn Whipp, Mary McNamara on Emmy ills and how to cure them
    Emmy nominations produced more than the usual amount of weeping and gnashing of teeth this year, with a number of worthy series and performances going unnoticed. Is it time to overhaul the system? Times television critic Mary McNamara and The Envelope's...
  • Why Google Won't Buy Time Warner -- And Shouldn't

    Google can swoop in and buy Time Warner, but why bother? The tech giant is doing just fine, thank you very much. With $61.2 billion in cash and a market cap of $397.62 billion, it could blow 21st Century Fox out of the water if it were to enter what is...
  • TV channels style trends

    TV channels style trends
    When it comes to style influence beyond the flickering blue box, few Emmy-nominated shows can begin to hold a cathode ray tube to "Mad Men." But as Don Draper & Co. are close to shuffling off to the great walk-in closet in the sky, it's worth looking at...
  • Emmys 2014: Who will prevail in the guest-acting categories?

    Emmys 2014: Who will prevail in the guest-acting categories?
    The Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. Although most of the 80 categories probably hold little interest to those who aren't friends, family or colleagues of the nominees, the...
  • 'Outlander': Ron Moore on Adapting the Bestseller for Starz, Dispelling 'Game of Thrones' Comparisons

    There are few figures in the realm of genre TV as respected as "Outlander" executive producer Ron Moore, the mastermind behind the critically acclaimed revival of "Battlestar Galactica" and a sci-fi stalwart whose previous credits include "Star Trek:...
  • ‘Game of Thrones': Sophie Turner promises ‘big change’ for Sansa in Season 5

     
    Teenage girls rarely make the wisest decisions when it comes to first love. Few people understand that fact as well […]...
  • Netflix Originals 'House of Cards,' 'Orange Is the New Black' Watched by Fewer Than Half of Subs, Study Finds

    The vast majority of Netflix customers have heard about the streamer's heavily hyped original series "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black" -- but a smaller number of them have actually watched either show. Despite high awareness, fewer than half...