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Major Crimes (tv program)

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  • 'Teen Wolf' Takes $11.5 Million as Top California Production Tax Credit

    The fifth season of MTV's "Teen Wolf" will receive $11.5 million in tax credits, the highest of the 26 new allocations from California's Film and Television Tax Credit program for the 2014-15 fiscal year. With $77.6 million, "Teen Wolf" and 11 other...
  • Turner Broadcasting offers employee buyouts, plans more staff cuts

    Grappling with ratings doldrums and increased competition, Turner Broadcasting plans to cut several hundred workers as part of an overhaul of its operations. On Tuesday, the Atlanta cable TV programmer notified employees that it was offering buyouts...
  • World Cup: USA scores in ratings, too

    World Cup: USA scores in ratings, too
    UPDATED: The United States' victory over Ghana in the World Cup was Monday's most-watched program -- by a wide margin. Nationally, the game on ESPN drew 11.1 million viewers and became the most-watched men's soccer match ever on ESPN. The most-seen...
  • 'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT

    'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT
    TNT's new whodunit didn't look like a ratings stiff in its premiere Monday night. The crime drama "Murder in the First" scored the biggest audience for a TNT series premiere in two years, which bodes well for a network that has recently struggled with...
  • TNT's 'Murder in the First' Opens OK, 'Major Crimes' Returns Up on Monday

    Steven Bochco's crime drama "Murder in the First" opened to decent numbers on Monday night for TNT, as the net's ambitious summer season got underway. "Murder" enjoyed a nice lead-in from vet "Major Crimes," which was up vs. its year-ago bow. According...
  • Boom! TNT goes for genre drama at upfront

    Boom! TNT goes for genre drama at upfront
    TNT used its upfront presentation Wednesday to introduce a "brand refresh" and a slate of programming heavy on action and supernatural thrills. The network's new tagline, "TNT Drama. Boom." and refreshed direction is designed to attract younger and "a...
  • Upfronts 2014: TNT, TBS unveil programming slates for 2014-15

    Upfronts 2014: TNT, TBS unveil programming slates for 2014-15
    TNT is going "boom!" At a dual upfront presentation with TBS on Wednesday, the cable network unveiled a programming slate for the 2014-15 that will shift to focus on young-skewing, action-packed dramas reminiscent of summer blockbusters. Noting that...
  • A sequel for Irene Lentz fashion line

    At the 1960 Academy Awards, all eyes were on Doris Day, lead actress nominee for "Pillow Talk," who glittered in a silvery sheath. The gown was actually a costume borrowed from Day's next picture, the lush Ross Hunter thriller "Midnight Lace," which...
  • January 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials

    January 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials
    Hopefully you've all had or are still having a great holiday break, but after New Year's Day things start getting back to normal, and TV is no exception. Your regularly scheduled programming is about to return. So if you're wondering when your favorite...
  • TV picks Jan. 13 to Jan. 19: 'Archer,' 'Sherlock,' 'Looking'

    TV picks Jan. 13 to Jan. 19: 'Archer,' 'Sherlock,' 'Looking'
    "Archer," "Sherlock," "Bitten," "Chozen," "Looking," "HitRecord on TV": It's another busy week of TV premieres. Here are top picks for Jan. 13 to Jan. 19. Monday, Jan. 13 Archer 9 p.m. Monday, FX Sterling Archer and the former ISIS gang must find a...
  • Scripted TV Competition Builds With Packed Summer Schedule

    Looks like the DVR won't be getting that much-needed summer vacation. Not every network has released their summer skeds just yet, but it's clear that there will be an unprecedented number of scripted skeins on the broadcast networks from June through...