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House of Cards (tv program)

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  • Emmy Creative Arts: Netflix, Amazon Try New Approaches Without Broadcast Restrictions

    Over-the-top streaming services like Netflix and Amazon have drastically altered TV viewing habits, but their original programming is also beginning to change how shows are actually made. Netflix's first original series, "House of Cards," is being shot...
  • Emmy Preview: Category Shifting Is the Big Story This Year

    This Emmy season, there's going to be more of everything: more campaigning, more events and more media coverage. The reason: more worthy contenders. And that explains another increase: more jockeying. The frenzy kicked off when HBO announced that "True...
  • Emmy Creative Arts: TV Composers Bid Farewell to Personal Themes

    Remember when you'd watch "Lost in Space" and, whenever the Robot was making trouble, you'd hear John Williams' lumbering musical motif? Or when Napoleon Solo would encounter a femme fatale on "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." and you'd inevitably hear the love...
  • Academy's Rosenblum on the 'Exciting' Changes for Emmys

    Back in March, the TV Academy announced a major makeover -- including a new name, a $40 million fundraising drive and a renovation of its North Hollywood campus. Here, TV Academy chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum gives Variety a state of the union report...
  • Like/Dislike with Molly Szpara, yogini

    Like/Dislike with Molly Szpara, yogini
    Already having a stressful week? Breathe in, breathe out. Then go see Molly Szpara at this weekend's KarmaFest. Szpara will be teaching an hour of yoga and supervising the yoga area on Sunday at the everything-holistic-and-generally-relaxing annual...
  • TV's presidential portrayals go from salute to 'Hail to the Creep'

    It all used to be so simple — and patriotic. If the president of the United States were to appear as a character on a television series, and it was a rarity, he was generally upright, forthright and just, well, right. "Even when he was a hack, the...
  • Do TV writers know how their series will end? Not always

    Do TV writers know how their series will end? Not always
    TV shows used to end in one of two ways, neither of them pleasant, according to "House of Cards" show runner Beau Willimon. Either the series would end abruptly, like being hit by a car, or it would slowly decline and die, lost and forgotten, its audience...
  • Talking TV: Has rape become epidemic on screen?

    Has rape become epidemic on television? Two recent episodes of "Game of Thrones" sparked an emotional debate among critics and fans that quickly expanded to the depiction of rape in general. Certainly it has become more prevalent, as event and...
  • Emmy bids by 'True Detective' and 'Fargo' bend categories

    Emmy bids by 'True Detective' and 'Fargo' bend categories
    HBO's "True Detective" and FX's "Fargo" both premiered this year as closed-end crime dramas, series that wrap up the story line by season's end and when they return next season they'll have new casts, new settings and, in the case of "True Detective," new...
  • Feeling conflicted about the return of Jack Bauer tonight in '24'

    Feeling conflicted about the return of Jack Bauer tonight in '24'
    Here are my two conflicting thoughts on tonight’s "24: Live Another Day." First, I cannot remember the last sequel to a major series that did as smart as job as this one in picking up old threads of theme and character and adapting them for today....
  • Taking television show vows

    Taking television show vows
    We are legion! TV fanatics who, after a day mired in social media viral videos and flotsam that calls itself entertainment, opt for shows with character. We're the masses rejecting HBO's "Game of Thrones." Yes, we consider action and story progression...