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  • 'Gilmore Girls' star, Tony Award-winner Edward Herrmann dies at 71

    Edward Herrmann, the towering, melodious-voiced actor who brought Franklin D. Roosevelt to life in films and documentaries, won a Tony Award and charmed audiences as the stuffy dad on TV's "Gilmore Girls," died Wednesday. He was 71. Herrmann died at...
  • 'Mentalist' romance: Think Jane Austen

    Happy Thanksgiving! The folks at "The Mentalist" are thankful this year that they got the chance to conclude the CBS drama. "You're not often given that chance in network TV to really tell the whole story and finish it where you would like to finish...
  • Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions

    Glenn Whipp's Golden Globe nomination predictions
    The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. didn't throw us many curveballs last year with its Golden Globe nominations, which sort of defeats the purpose of the whole exercise, doesn't it? If we wanted a group to rubber stamp the awards-season consensus, we'd look...
  • Leslie Uggams: 'The most fun I've ever had doing a show'

    Leslie Uggams: 'The most fun I've ever had doing a show'
    Leslie Uggams has recorded eight albums (for labels such as Atlantic and Motown), appeared in TV series over five decades (most recently CBS' "The Good Wife") and starred in six movies (including the 1975 grindhouse great "Poor Pretty Eddie"). Aside...
  • 'Birdman,' 'Boyhood' lead SAG nominees

    'Birdman,' 'Boyhood' lead SAG nominees
    Critics' favorites "Boyhood" and "Birdman" are among the top contenders in nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Ensembles from both films will compete with the casts of "The Theory of Everything," "The Imitation Game" and "The Grand...
  • 'Birdman,' 'Modern Family' lead SAG Awards nominations

    'Birdman,' 'Modern Family' lead SAG Awards nominations
    "Birdman" led the way in SAG nominations with four, followed by "Boyhood," "The Imitation Game" and "The Theory of Everything" with three each. "Birdman" snagged nominations for Michael Keaton for lead actor, Edward Norton for supporting actor, Emma...
  • 'Orphan Black' fans relieved at Tatiana Maslany's SAG Awards nomination

    'Orphan Black' fans relieved at Tatiana Maslany's SAG Awards nomination
    If there's one performer out there whose fans have been rabid in their support, it's Tatiana Maslany. The star of "Orphan Black," the science fiction series on BBC America, has not gotten a lot of awards show love, despite playing multiple roles. But...
  • Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise

    Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise
    FX's acclaimed "Fargo" got the most Golden Globe TV nominations on Thursday, but the voters also had a few surprises up their sleeves. Showtime's critically praised but little-seen "The Affair" — which tells the story of an extramarital...
  • TV Review: 'The McCarthys'

    Big and broad, CBS' "The McCarthys" tries to bask in the glory of a fractious, colorful nuclear family from Boston (here pronounced Baaahston), with the mild twist that one of the grown sons is gay. The scenario yields all the expected gags, and leaves an...
  • 'The McCarthys' do Boston Irish reasonably proud, and funny

    'The McCarthys' do Boston Irish reasonably proud, and funny
    In "The McCarthys," a multi-camera sitcom premiering Thursday on CBS — where the multi-camera sitcom has always had a home — Tyler Ritter plays Ronny, the black-sheep son of a close-knit Boston family. By black sheep, I mean that, unlike his...
  • 'Showrunners' a lively snapshot from TV's creative front lines

     'Showrunners' a lively snapshot from TV's creative front lines
    They used to be called head writers. But in an era of ambitious television series with cinematic sweep, that one-dimensional title wouldn't begin to convey the all-encompassing nature of the job. Today's show runners oversee every aspect of writing and...