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  • Grammys, Golden Globes, 'Downton Abbey' on January slate

    Grammys, Golden Globes, 'Downton Abbey' on January slate
    With a new year comes a huge menu of new programs. The highlights for January include adult thrillers, awards shows, series premieres and the returns of old favorites: 1. "Downton Abbey" (9 p.m. Sunday on PBS' "Masterpiece"): The fourth season...
  • 'True Detective,' 'Chozen' Among Cable Premieres in Busy January

    There are six new broadcast series bowing in January -- and another half-dozen returning to kick off another season -- but it's an even busier period for cable networks. It's the rare cabler that's not bowing or bringing back something this month, as...
  • Sherlock Holmes rescued from a dastardly foe: the copyright law

    Sherlock Holmes rescued from a dastardly foe: the copyright law
    As we all get ready for the premiere later this month of Season 3 of the BBC's superb "Sherlock" on PBS (I know I am), we should pause to give thanks to a Chicago federal judge who saved the world's greatest fictional detective from the pitiless...
  • 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...
  • 'Enjoy It' star Brody Stevens talks reality and breakdowns

    'Enjoy It' star Brody Stevens talks reality and breakdowns
    Standup comedian Brody Stevens' big screen credits (as he's quick to tell you) include "The Hangover," "The Hangover Part II" and "Due Date." He's been pals with fellow standup and current movie star Zach Galifianakis for years -- since their days of...
  • Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman forced to read 'Sherlock' fan-fic

     
    "Sherlock" stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman had to read some uncomfortable fan-fiction on Sunday. The author of the romantic story has objected to the situation....
  • TV picks for Dec. 16 to Dec. 20: Santa, Lucy, Barbara and Sherlock

    TV picks for Dec. 16 to Dec. 20: Santa, Lucy, Barbara and Sherlock
    The fall TV season is wrapping up with finales and holiday specials. Here are a handful of viewing options for Dec. 16-Dec. 22. This schedule of premieres, finales, movies and specials includes many holiday programs, but you can find an even more...
  • Hulu to reach $1 billion in revenue in 2013

    Hulu to reach $1 billion in revenue in 2013
    Internet television service Hulu will bring in $1 billion in revenue this year, as it added subscribers and expanded its advertising base. Hulu did not disclose whether the service is profitable. The streaming service said its 2013 revenue will be...
  • International Star You Should Know: Andrew Scott

    CLAIM TO FAME Dublin-born Scott has been living and working in London for more than 10 years, racking up stage, TV and film credits, but it was his turn as Sherlock Holmes' bete noire Moriarty in BBC's "Sherlock" that brought him to international...
  • Gay British codebreaker Alan Turing given royal pardon

    Gay British codebreaker Alan Turing given royal pardon
    Dr. Alan Turing, the World War II-era British codebreaker who is often said to be the father of the modern computer, received a posthumous royal pardon Tuesday, close to 60 years after he committed suicide. The pardon’s announcement comes during...
  • TV Review: 'How Sherlock Changed the World'

    At the risk of quibbling about titles, the overreach in "How Sherlock Changed the World" -- a mildly enjoyable but slightly bloated PBS documentary -- might explain why this two-hour, de facto promotion for the "Masterpiece" movie series "Sherlock" doesn'...