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  • L.A.'s share of TV pilot production drops to a historic low

    L.A.'s share of TV pilot production drops to a historic low
    Los Angeles, once the king of TV pilots, is rapidly losing its domain to New York and other rivals. The L.A. region's share of pilot production dropped to a historic low in the most recent pilot season, as producers took their business to the Big...
  • California Film Commission selects 26 projects for tax credits

    California Film Commission selects 26 projects for tax credits
    The California Film Commission has selected 26 film and television productions to receive a total of $100 million in tax credits meant to spur the state's showbiz economy.  There were a record 497 submissions and the winners were chosen in a lottery...
  • BTJA Critics' Choice Awards Frontrunners Explore Social Issues

    When Ryan Murphy began developing HBO's "The Normal Heart," he didn't go about it with his usual eye for unabashedly entertaining commercial fare with a social theme (or two) layered into the plot. Murphy, best known for creating Fox's "Glee" and FX's...
  • 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...
  • Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows

     Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows
    For those of us grown weary of the tortured white male detectives/criminals who occupy so much prime television real estate, "Those Who Kill," which premieres Monday on A&E, offers some small comfort. Not only is the tortured detective lead a woman, she's...
  • 'Archer,' 'Chozen, 'Justified' take Olympics break

    'Archer,' 'Chozen, 'Justified' take Olympics break
    Looks like TV viewers will be starved of original programming for the next few weeks because of the Sochi Olympics. Add FX to the list of networks airing reruns to avoid being clobbered by NBC's nightly Winter Games coverage. The cable network announced...
  • Olympians outscore show dogs; 'Justified' registers

    Olympians outscore show dogs; 'Justified' registers
    UPDATED: The Sochi Olympics scored another stellar victory in the ratings Tuesday night both nationally and locally. Nationally, the Games averaged 23.7 million viewers in prime time. The updated averages for the other broadcast networks: CBS with 7.8...
  • Zombies in Happy Valley? Just another film shoot in Santa Clarita

     Zombies in Happy Valley? Just another film shoot in Santa Clarita
    A group of Boy Scouts huddled behind a Humvee on a quiet residential street. They had just returned from a camping trip to find that their suburban community had been overtaken — by the walking dead. As they quietly crossed the street into one...
  • Baddies Serve Up Juiciest Roles for Guest Actors

    Oh, it's good to play bad. Actors of all levels know this already, but guest actors get to relish their roles a little more than your average player, especially when they can dig into a villainous part with gusto. Playing a guest character may not...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Giant' on TCM

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Giant' on TCM
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 8 - 12, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES The Sixties The assassination of President...
  • 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...