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  • 'The Strain': This summer's stunner

    'The Strain': This summer's stunner
    Premiering this weekend: The show most likely to be this summer's breakout hit. A creepy epic, "The Strain" arrives with enough frightening flair to engross — and gross out — viewers who are missing "The Walking Dead." The FX drama, debuting...
  • Emilie de Ravin of 'Lost,' husband Joshua Janowicz divorcing

    Emilie de Ravin of 'Lost,' husband Joshua Janowicz divorcing
    It's not happily ever after for Emilie de Ravin. The "Once Upon a Time" star and her husband Joshua Janowicz are reportedly getting a divorce -- again. Janowicz filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday citing irreconcilable...
  • TV Review: 'The Leftovers'

    After all the psychic energy expended fretting about how Damon Lindelof's last series, "Lost," would end (a finish many found lacking), it's perhaps understandable why he'd be drawn to "The Leftovers," Tom Perrotta's provocative book, where the big...
  • 'Penny Dreadful' ends; 'Leftovers' debuts; Barbara Walters returns

    'Penny Dreadful' ends; 'Leftovers' debuts; Barbara Walters returns
    It's a grand era for TV drama, and one of the season's most enjoyable, "Penny Dreadful," concludes its first year. Here a few programs to keep in mind this weekend: Showtime didn't make the "Penny Dreadful" finale available; it airs at 10 p.m. Sunday....
  • Artful 'Leftovers' on HBO leaves viewers wanting more

     Artful 'Leftovers' on HBO leaves viewers wanting more
    HBO's latest Quality Entertainment, "The Leftovers," arrives Sunday. Developed by Damon Lindelof ("Lost") and Tom Perrotta from Perrotta's 2011 novel, it is set in a New York small town three years after the sudden disappearance of 2% of the world's...
  • Amazon Studios Adds Thriller 'Hysteria' From Shaun Cassidy to Next Pilot Wave

    Amazon Studios announced hour-long contagion thriller "Hysteria," created by Shaun Cassidy and starring Mena Suvari, will join its third pilot season later this year. The show is written by Cassidy, a former pop star whose TV production credits include...
  • Television becomes recapper's delight

    Television becomes recapper's delight
    Entertainment Weekly's home page trumpets its main coverage subjects directly beneath its logo: TV, TV Recaps, Movies, Music, Books, Video. The addition of TV Recaps came in late April, and its presence — independent of TV and ahead of Movies...
  • Tom Perrotta's 'The Leftovers' is coming to HBO

    Tom Perrotta's 'The Leftovers' is coming to HBO
    Tom Perrotta's novels are proving irresistible to Hollywood. First there was "Election," both funny and dark, and the much more serious "Little Children," for which Perrotta got an Oscar nomination. Now comes "The Leftovers," a new drama on HBO that makes...
  • James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles

    James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles
    James Spader pauses when asked the question anyone who's followed his long career has contemplated: Why does he so often play‎ inscrutable oddballs? "Maybe it's that I like reading something on the page that allows you to fill in the blanks as an...
  • More Women of Color Breaking Through Into Emmys Race

    Once upon a time, most women on television all looked like Donna Reed. Today, it's a great time to be a woman of color working in television. Last season, three women of color -- "Scandal's" Kerry Washington, "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara and "Steel...
  • Drama Scribes Talk Cable vs. Broadcast at Variety's Night in the Writers' Room

    On Tuesday night, Variety's annual "Night in the Writers' Room" assembled an eclectic array of scribes from the worlds of comedy and drama for an in-depth discussion at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Variety TV critic Brian Lowry moderated...