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  • 'The Killing' Season 4 Trailer on Netflix Previews Mystery Series Finale

    Netflix is giving fans of "The Killing" a first look at the fourth -- and final -- season of the murder-mystery series, which will hit the streaming service worldwide Aug. 1. The six-episode final season picks up after the season three finale, with...
  • Sam Worthington, Hugh Dancy, Charles Dance Sign For 'Deadline Gallipoli'

    SHANGHAI - Sam Worthington ("Avatar," "Somersault") Hugh Dancy ("Hannibal"), Charles Dance ("Game of Thrones") and Rachel Griffiths ("Six Feet Under") head the cast of "Deadline Gallipoli," a high-profile Australian mini-series which began shooting today....
  • Joel Kinnaman: 'The Killing's' final season 'very liberating'

    Joel Kinnaman: 'The Killing's' final season 'very liberating'
    After three seasons on AMC, the acclaimed crime drama "The Killing" is moving to Netflix for its fourth and final go-around. Will viewers notice any changes because of the network shift? Joel Kinnaman, who plays Det. Stephen Holder, stopped by The...
  • WATCH: Netflix Recaps 'The Killing' Storylines Ahead of Final Season Premiere

    Netflix is bringing "The Killing" fans up to speed on the murder-mystery series, hoping to whet appetites for its debut of the fourth and final season of the series -- and to spur binge-viewing of the prior episodes. The subscription VOD leader...
  • Review: 'The Killing,' The Final Season

    "The Killing" didn't necessarily deserve an ending after its third-season cliffhanger, but the one-time AMC series -- which went from sensation to scorned in near-record time -- needed one. Recognizing a property with binge potential and name recognition,...
  • Friday TV Highlights: '48 Hours: Oscar Pistorius Verdict' on CBS

    Friday TV Highlights: '48 Hours: Oscar Pistorius Verdict' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download (updated Sept. 9, 12:45 p.m.) TV listings for the week of Sept. 7 - 13, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Kitchen...
  • Netflix hits 50 million subscribers worldwide

    Netflix Inc. has hit the 50-million member milestone. The Los Gatos, Calif., on-demand video company said Monday that 50.05 million people around the world now subscribe to its online service, after it added 1.69 million members in the quarter that...
  • Hail 'Welcome to Sweden,' despair for 'Working the Engels'

     Hail 'Welcome to Sweden,' despair for 'Working the Engels'
    With back to back debuts of two Thursday night comedies — "Welcome to Sweden" and "Working the Engels" — NBC offers up a near-perfect definition of the term "from the sublime to the ridiculous." Created by Greg Poehler and executive produced...
  • Television review: New 'Ironside' rolls onto scene with new attitude

    "Ironside," the Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective that ran from 1967 to 1975 on NBC, has been chopped, channeled and reupholstered as "Ironside," a Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective...
  • Jeri Ryan to star in new Syfy thriller 'Helix'

    Jeri Ryan to star in new Syfy thriller 'Helix'
    Jeri Ryan will star in Syfy's new scripted thriller, "Helix," the channel announced Tuesday. Science-fiction fans are familiar with Ryan thanks to her role as Seven of Nine on "Star Trek: Voyager." More recently, though, she played Dr. Kate Murphy on...
  • Still jonesing for 'West Wing'? Try Danish import 'Borgen'

    Still jonesing for 'West Wing'? Try Danish import 'Borgen'
    Thrusting an intelligent idealist into a leadership position is a time-honored method of chronicling the corruptive nature of power, particularly the political variety. (Please see "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington") In recent years, television writers have...