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  • 'Bosch' has a solid hold on the thin blue line

    'Bosch' has a solid hold on the thin blue line
    There's a great deal of marketing synergy propelling Amazon's first hourlong drama series "Bosch," which debuts on Friday. "Bosch" refers to Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch, Michael Connelly's internationally famous fictional detective, a perfect fit for...
  • For show dogs, complex monikers are the name of the game

    For show dogs, complex monikers are the name of the game
    His name says it all: Sumluv Robert Deniro Johnson was bred to be a star. His drama-queen mother is Susan Lucci. His high-jumping dad: Magic Johnson. Deniro himself is a grand champion at the art and sport of being a Chinese shar-pei. Why Deniro? "He's...
  • 'Birdman,' 'Big Hero 6' earn Cinema Audio Society awards for sound

    "Birdman" and "Big Hero 6" won the feature film honors Saturday evening in Los Angeles at the 51st Cinema Audio Society Awards. The team from "Birdman" won the Cinema Audio Society award for sound mixing in a live-action motion picture. "Big Hero 6" won...
  • Valentine’s Day gift guide: ‘Star Wars,’ Marvel, ‘Doctor Who’ and more

     
    Was your meet-cute at Comic-Con? Do your date nights involve dice or game controllers? Do your love notes feature panels […]...
  • Billionaire John Malone buys big stake in Lionsgate; Starz may benefit

    Billionaire John Malone buys big stake in Lionsgate; Starz may benefit
    Media mogul John Malone bought a significant stake in Hollywood studio Lionsgate in what could be part of a broader strategy to beef up his Starz cable network. The billionaire, who is chairman of Liberty Media and considered an architect of the...
  • Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)

    Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)
    Stop me if you've heard this one before: A beloved character on "The Walking Dead" gets bitten by a zombie, staggers around for the length of an episode while his friends try to save him, and ultimately succumbs to his wounds. Spoiler alert, you say?...
  • 'New Worlds' review: Historical drama that's more talky than epic

    'New Worlds' review: Historical drama that's more talky than epic
    If "New Worlds" seems instantly familiar, we can blame it on George R.R. Martin. The New Mexico-based fantasy author plundered some of the best bits from English history as inspiration for the novels that are the basis of the massive HBO hit "Game of...
  • Plenty of extras with 'Game of Thrones' DVD set

    On Tuesday, there's a new crop of DVDs and Blu-rays, especially "Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season," with 10 episodes of HBO's fantasy-drama. (The fifth season begins April 12.) Besides the telecasts, the discs include a roundtable with actors...
  • 'Birdman,' 'American Sniper,' 'Unbroken' win Golden Reel Awards

    "Birdman" "American Sniper" and "Unbroken" were among the winners at the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. The Golden Reel Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in sound editing in feature films, long-form...
  • Locusts on the menu at adventurous 'Game of Thrones' feast

    Locusts on the menu at adventurous 'Game of Thrones' feast
    It takes a strong stomach to be a fan of "Game of Thrones," a blood-soaked saga set in a brutal fantasy kingdom. It also takes a strong imagination to design a mouth-watering menu based on the television show. Chef Jamie Hazeel has done it, and he says...
  • A race to the finish in the age of edge

    We live in the age of edge, an age in which edginess is the grail for almost everything: popular literature, visual arts, music, sports (think Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman), journalism and especially television. In fact, just about the only medium...