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  • Sundance announces 2014 slate: 'The Red Road,' 'The Returned,' 'Rectify'

    Sundance announces 2014 slate: 'The Red Road,' 'The Returned,' 'Rectify'
    Sundance Channel will bring back the French supernatural drama "The Returned" for its second season, the network announced Saturday. Considered by many, including me, to be one of the best new series of 2013, "The Returned" ("Les Revenants") follows...
  • Best of 2013: Robert Lloyd picks 'Drunk History,' 'The Returned'

    Best of 2013: Robert Lloyd picks 'Drunk History,' 'The Returned'
    In this time when news is disseminated ever more quickly, we asked our critics to list the best of culture in 2013 in tweet form: "The Returned" (Sundance Channel). Supernatural French import joins the uncanny and the quotidian, prizes mystery over...
  • A&E developing remake of French drama 'The Returned'

    A&E developing remake of French drama 'The Returned'
    The dead are suddenly everywhere. No doubt inspired by the huge ratings of "The Walking Dead," there are several new shows about what happens when the dead start returning. But viewers with queasy stomachs should rest easy knowing that the new shows...
  • 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

    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...
  • 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...
  • Review: 'The Red Road' heads toward mystery

    Review: 'The Red Road' heads toward mystery
    Years of amateur and professional TV-watching and the impressive title attached to my byline notwithstanding, I have never believed that I would last a minute as a television programmer. I know what I like, and usually why I like it, but what will float...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black,' 'The Fosters' nominated for GLAAD awards

    'Orange Is the New Black,' 'The Fosters' nominated for GLAAD awards
    The LGBT advocacy organization GLAAD announced the nominees for its 25th Media Awards on Thursday, with television series such as "Orange Is the New Black," "The Fosters," "Modern Family" and "Orphan Black" earning recognition.  For outstanding drama...
  • 'The Returned'

    Shown on Sundance Channel, this supernatural French melodrama explores what happens when several deceased people resume their former lives ... initially not realizing they're dead. Their reappearance forces them to reinvent themselves to their loved...
  • TV hits a prime time online and beyond in 2013

     TV hits a prime time online and beyond in 2013
    It was a sweet year to be a TV critic. Some of us have been shouting into the wind for years, but finally and yet somewhat miraculously, television is being acknowledged as a legitimate and ascendant art form. Books were published, panels held,...