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  • FX's 'Sons of Anarchy' Returns With Series-High Ratings

    FX drama "Sons of Anarchy" revved up in the ratings Tuesday night, kicking off its sixth season with record highs. According to Nielsen, the Kurt Sutter-created drama about an outlaw motorcycle club averaged 5.87 million viewers for its premiere, up from...
  • 'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6 premiere hits series-high ratings

    'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6 premiere hits series-high ratings
    "Sons of Anarchy" returned Tuesday night and promptly revved up another ratings record. The Season 6 premiere of FX's motorcycle-gang drama -- a controversial episode that included a school shooting -- delivered 5.9 million total viewers, according to...
  • 'X Factor' ratings slide: Where Simon Cowell went wrong

    The ratings are in, and it's time to ask: What went wrong with "X Factor"?  Season 3 of Simon Cowell's singing show got a jump-start on the fall season Wednesday night, but the numbers were pretty close to a disaster. An average of 6.2 million viewers...
  • 'Breaking Bad' sparks a spinoff: 'Better Call Saul'

    "Breaking Bad" is coming to an end, but fans of the hit drama should not despair. A "Breaking Bad" spinoff featuring the sometimes unethical attorney Saul Goodman has been given the green light. "Better Call Saul" will feature Bob Odenkirk as Goodman in...
  • 'Breaking Bad's' 'Ozymandias' beats 'Miss America' on Twitter

    'Breaking Bad's' 'Ozymandias' beats 'Miss America' on Twitter
    It seems nothing can break "Breaking Bad's" hold on Twitter -- not even a storm of racially charged social media activity over this year's Miss America pageant. Sunday night's episode on AMC, titled "Ozymandias," brought more death and sorrow and drew...
  • Review: In late-night return, Arsenio Hall lives in the past

    Review: In late-night return, Arsenio Hall lives in the past
    Arsenio Hall, who was on the cover of Time magazine in 1989 ("TV's hip host grabs the post-Carson generation"), returned to the air Monday night for an indefinite run as the host of a revived "The Arsenio Hall Show." (It should be said right off that...
  • 'Big Brother' will be back next summer

    'Big Brother' will be back next summer
    The voyeur's paradise known as "Big Brother" will be back again next summer. On Thursday, CBS announced the long-running reality game show would be back next year for its 16th season. This season's edition of "Big Brother" featured hefty helpings of...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Fans Demand New Leads

    Fans of "Fifty Shades of Grey" have been tied up in who will play Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in the upcoming movie adaptation, and many were none too happy about the casting announcement made on Labor Day. Author of the best-selling erotic...
  • 'Star Trek Into Darkness' boldly goes to top of DVD sales chart

    'Star Trek Into Darkness' boldly goes to top of DVD sales chart
    It looks like the newest "Star Trek" movie is living long and prospering.  "Star Trek Into Darkness," J.J. Abrams' latest contribution to the venerable franchise, is the bestselling DVD and Blu-ray title and a top rental. The film that made more...
  • 'Breaking Bad': 7 Lessons Showbiz Can Learn From the Gamechanging Series

    With "Breaking Bad's" final episode set to air Sunday, consumers and the industry alike are busily discussing the show's impact on television. The AMC drama has overcome numerous hurdles during its five year run on the net, whether it be production...
  • Female TV Directors: Numbers Remain Low, But Clout Is Growing

    The statistics detailing the number of women working as directors in television remain stubbornly, infuriatingly low. Every year when the report from the Directors Guild of America hits, I scratch my head because I usually can think of impressive examples...