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Girls (tv program)

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  • Public Fiction is collectively in Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A.'

    Public Fiction is collectively in Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A.'
    The room is small and spare, with stark white walls, a 1960s office desk and gray carpeting so new the sour scent of freshly applied glue permeates the air. A leafy palm tree sprouts from one corner. Soon this quiet, nondescript room — part of the...
  • Christina Hendricks, Aaron Paul, Allison Williams: The Power of Strong Supporting Roles

    Actors dream of landing that one role that ignites a career. Even if it's not quite the "42nd Street" fantasy of instantaneous stardom for the understudy, a supporting role on a TV series can be an important stepping stone, especially if the show is a...
  • Beyonce will air series of short performances on HBO with 'True Blood'

    Beyonce will air series of short performances on HBO with 'True Blood'
    Beyoncé is coming back to HBO, but instead of airing another music concert special, she's doing something a little different. Beginning June 29, the premium cable channel will air "Beyonce: X10," a series of four-minute performances taken from...
  • Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

    Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees
    The Netflix newcomer "Orange Is the New Black" won for best comedy and AMC's departed veteran "Breaking Bad" won for top drama at the 4th Critics' Choice Television Awards, which were handed out by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. on Thursday...
  • Culture Drives Laughs in Today's Comedy Offerings

    From "All in the Family" to "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" to "Seinfeld," comedy has always lived in the zeitgeist of the culture, and if there's one series that satirizes society's ever-expanding love-hate relationship with modern technology, it's HBO's...
  • Why Actresses Like Zooey Deschanel, Mindy Kaling are Stepping Up Behind the Camera

    Before Zooey Deschanel joined the cast of Fox's "The New Girl" in 2011, she wasn't exactly looking for a full-time television series. She had already guest-starred on plenty of established shows, like Showtime's "Weeds," and had a thriving film career...
  • 'Obvious Child' teases the comedy out of the human condition

     'Obvious Child' teases the comedy out of the human condition
    I think we need a new movie genre dubbed "Girls" for films echoing the vision articulated so well by Lena Dunham in her tart HBO comedy about single, young females in the city trying to figure themselves out. Life is awkward, emotions are unfiltered, it...
  • 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...
  • Lena Dunham gives a boost to Sia's 'Late Night' performance

    Lena Dunham gives a boost to Sia's 'Late Night' performance
    Late-night talk show music performances can sometimes be a drag. The musical guest is performing not to an audience of dedicated fans, or even fans of music in general. They could be there to see the other guests on the show, or the host. Or just need a...
  • Deranged Dames Add Spice to Emmy Guest Race

    Crazy may be the new normal, at least when it comes to TV character roles. This past television season, we've watched as Gaby Hoffmann's Caroline seductively dances around "Girls" boy Ray only to bite his upper arm when he isn't paying enough attention...
  • Some Comedies Lacking Laughs as Category Lines Blur

    Be honest: How often do you laugh watching "Girls"? "Nurse Jackie"? Even the more melancholy episodes of "Louie"? One-hour series have made the leap, for reasons both pragmatic and cynical, to labeling themselves comedies. Yet a mental block lingers to...