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Rescue Me (tv program)

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  • CBS' 'Elementary' deduces the painful truth at the heart of sobriety

     CBS' 'Elementary' deduces the painful truth at the heart of sobriety
    Very few shows could pull off a homage to the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman without seeming exploitative, sensational or culturally carnivorous. Only one could do it in the middle of an episode dealing with a bunch of missing anthrax and Garret...
  • Review: 'Sirens' is coarse and clichéd, but has potential

    Strive as one might for objectivity, certain shows come equipped with viewer expectations. So when Denis Leary announced that USA would be debuting his comedic accompaniment to "Rescue Me," a natural reaction, at least among Leary fans, would have been...
  • Denis Leary plays rocker in FX comedy

    Denis Leary plays rocker in FX comedy
    Sometimes a picture can sell a show. Just look at Denis Leary. He will headline another series for FX, but this time the "Rescue Me" star is going the comedy route. Leary will play a washed-up rock musician in "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll," a series he...
  • FX orders new Denis Leary series 'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll'

    FX orders new Denis Leary series 'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll'
    Denis Leary is back in business with FX, but this time he's trading in his firefighter gear for a microphone as he plays an aging rocker desperate for his last chance at rock 'n' roll fame in the comedy series "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll." The cable channel...
  • USA Network renews Denis Leary-produced comedy 'Sirens'

    USA Network renews Denis Leary-produced comedy 'Sirens'
    There's no cause for alarm for the Denis Leary-produced comedy "Sirens." USA Network has renewed the half-hour for a second season. The series, which sets its focus on a group of Chicago EMTs, received a 13-episode order for its second outing, the...
  • The evolving images of 9/11

    The evolving images of 9/11
    The first screening of "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" came just weeks after the attacks of Sept. 11. The movie had been in the works for years, the first in a trilogy based on novels that had been written decades earlier, of course,...
  • Television takes on 9/11 amid its 10th anniversary

    Television takes on 9/11 amid its 10th anniversary
    Every once in a while, a fire truck will pass by Rudolph Giuliani's window, and the former New York mayor will flash back to that dreadful day when he had to drop everything and rush to ground zero. "It's just hard to hear it and not react," he said in an...
  • TV pays homage to the 10th anniversary of 9/11

    We know it's coming, yet that doesn't make it any easier. Watching the planes slice through the towers and the towers crumble, seeing the Pentagon smoldering, and knowing the brave sacrifice that took place above a field in Pennsylvania -- all remain...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    MOVIES OPENING (Friday) I Don’t Know How She Does It Drive The Lion King 3-D Straw Dogs NOTABLE TV Monday: Anderson (talk-show premiere; syndicated) Monday Night Football: New England at Miami (season premiere; 7 p.m.; ESPN) Bachelor Pad...
  • 'Are You There, Chelsea?' review: Will the real Chelsea Handler please relax

    'Are You There, Chelsea?' review:  Will the real Chelsea Handler please relax
    Talk about a control freak. Chelsea Handler, the late-night TV host whose comic memoirs have been turned into "Are You There, Chelsea?" (7:30 p.m. Jan. 11, NBC; 2 stars), can't step out of the limelight in the new sitcom. "That '70s Show" alum Laura...
  • Charles Durning dies at 89; Tony winner also got Oscar, Emmy nods

    Charles Durning dies at 89; Tony winner also got Oscar, Emmy nods
    Charles Durning, a Tony Award-winning actor whose prolific work in films and television included supporting roles in the classic comedy "Tootsie" and the TV sitcom "Evening Shade," died Monday. He was 89. Durning, a decorated veteran of World War II,...