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  • 'Scandal,' 'House of Cards,' 'The Bridge,' 'Orphan Black' Among Peabody Winners

    The 73rd annual Peabody Award winners are a typically eclectic list ranging from hits such as ABC's "Scandal" and AMC's "Breaking Bad" to Netflix's groundbreaking drama "House of Cards" to BBC America's buzzworthy "Orphan Black." Among the scripted...
  • AMC Puts Zulueta in Charge of Chello Latin America

    LONDON -- AMC Networks has made changes to the senior management at Chellomedia, which it acquired from Liberty Global last month, and has renamed AMCN Chellomedia. Eduardo Zulueta, managing director of Chello Multicanal, expands his role to include...
  • AMC Taps Tracey Lentz as VP of Unscripted Programming

    AMC is beefing up its unscripted programming staff and has tapped 3Ball Productions/Eyeworks USA's Tracey Lentz as vice president of unscripted programming. Lentz will be the Los Angeles counterpart to Marco Bresaz, who switched to the network from...
  • CNN's 'Chicagoland' captures flashes of anger in first episode

    CNN's 'Chicagoland' captures flashes of anger in first episode
    And so it begins, with the voice of our mayor — "You want to see America you come to the heartland, and what is the capital of the heartland?" — and images of our city, the first of eight — that's right, eight — episodes of a...
  • Review: 'Chicagoland' gives Windy City a starring role

    A correction has been added to this post, as indicated below. The City of the Big Shoulders — stormy, husky, brawling, wrecking, planning, building, breaking, rebuilding, to use only words Carl Sandburg chose to describe Chicago — is the...
  • TV Review: 'Resurrection'

    "Resurrection" has such a provocative concept and a well-cast pilot that the temptation is to hang on hopefully for the ride, albeit with a measure of skepticism regarding how much life, renewed or otherwise, the producers can mine from the premise....
  • Review: 'Resurrection' brings back the dead but can lose track of them

    Review: 'Resurrection' brings back the dead but can lose track of them
    If you missed the French series "The Returned" on Sundance Channel last year, or if it was just too opaque/mood-soaked/subtitled (i.e. French) for you, ABC now offers "Resurrection," a brighter if not bolder and certainly faster-paced (i.e. American)...
  • TV This Week March 16 - 22: 'Crisis' on NBC

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 16-22, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   -------------------- SUNDAY "30 for 30" charts the rise and fall of...
  • TV Review: 'The Red Road'

    Continuing Sundance Channel's very European approach to drama, "The Red Road" grinds along slowly, a mere six-episode series with the same languid pace as the network's earlier foray, "Rectify." In this later case, the format doesn't entirely work,...
  • TV Review: 'Rectify,' Season Two

    The little series that could, "Rectify" is such a wispy construct, where events unfold so languidly, it's a puzzle why the hours fly by and prove consistently compelling. Much of it has to do with the casting -- which is dead-on from top to bottom, and...
  • 'Rectify's' Ray McKinnon tries to find what matters

    'Rectify's' Ray McKinnon tries to find what matters
    Ray McKinnon, "Deadwood's" doomed reverend and the man behind the Sundance Channel's contemplative character study "Rectify," sits in a dark, windowless room in Los Angeles, working with three editors on three different episodes from "Rectify's"...