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  • Does Emmy Favor the White Collar Worker?

    Back in the '30s, a report on small towns rejecting rube feature films inspired an unforgettable Variety headline: "Stix Nix Hick Pix." Almost a century later, another group seems to be giving the raspberry to the proletariat. Emmy voters' anointed...
  • Emmy Actor Preview: Nominees Reach New Heights By Playing Against Type

    When Bryan Cranston ended his run as wacky patriarch Hal on Fox's hit comedy "Malcolm in the Middle," he was offered two pilots in quick succession. But instead of jumping at the chance to start work on another project, he promptly turned both of them...
  • The Best of This Year's Emmy Campaigns

    Hard work deserves recognition. And in showbiz, there is no better recognition than an award. So here are the first Emmy Tubthump Awards, which salute the innovative and/or goofy work of Emmy campaigners -- those people who work hard to make sure that you...
  • Ricky Gervais on 'Derek,' Netflix and Whether He'd Host the Emmys

    Ricky Gervais has made a career out of the uncomfortable. Both through his sitcoms "The Office" and "Extras" (co-created with and Stephen Merchant) and in his standup routines and public persona, he's created situations and subjects that poke fun at the...
  • The rumble and the risk to life along the tracks

     The rumble and the risk to life along the tracks
    Late Thursday afternoon, Kenneth Reed was in his backyard when he heard something strange up on the railroad tracks. "A sound I never heard in all the 45 years I been on this block," he said Friday, standing next to the train embankment on South Homan...
  • TV Review: Morgan Spurlock's '7 Deadly Sins'

    Cheeky in the extreme -- and "extreme" is the operative word -- Morgan Spurlock's "7 Deadly Sins" takes Showtime into TLC territory, albeit operating with a bit more style and latitude. Serving as host from what looks like the old "Night Gallery" set,...
  • Brooks has friends: many, many thousands of them

    Brooks has friends: many, many thousands of them
    Garth Brooks, it turns out, has friends in flat places, too. Lots and lots of them. Denizens of the wide prairie greeted the returning country superstar en masse over the weekend at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, turning the first weekend of Brooks'...
  • Emmy Awards 2014: Seth Meyers Promises 'Upbeat,' Less 'Morbid' Ceremony

    Last year's Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony was dubbed "the saddest Emmys of all time," punctuated with individual in memoriam segments that cast a depressing pall over the evening. This year, host Seth Meyers promises, they'll be approaching the event...
  • Dermot Mulroney Joins 'Shameless' in Recurring Role

    Dermot Mulroney ("My Best Friend's Wedding") has joined season five of the Showtime comedy "Shameless" for a season-long guest role. Mulroney will be playing Sean Pierce, an ex-bad boy and recovering addict, and Fiona's (Emmy Rossum) new manager,...
  • CBS Shows United Front at Summer TCA Party

    CBS partnered with sister channels the CW and Showtime for a blowout party Thursday at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. Stars of new shows like Grant Gustin of CW's "The Flash" and Mariana Klaveno of CBS' "Stalker" hobnobbed with press, while...
  • Showtime's David Nevins on 'Shameless,' Bob Dylan, 'Dexter' Finale

    "We make shows that challenge the medium," Showtime's president of programming David Nevins told reporters at the annual Television Critics Assn. press tour, pointing to the success of freshman drama "Penny Dreadful." "We've had this nice pattern of new...