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  • 'True Detective' trailer debuts: 'The world needs bad men'

    'True Detective' trailer debuts: 'The world needs bad men'
    HBO has released the official trailer for its January drama "True Detective," starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. The trailer debuted Sunday during the season premiere of "Boardwalk Empire." It introduces Rust Cohle (McConaughey) and Martin...
  • Blair Underwood stars in remake of 'Ironside'

    The hands tell the story. Blair Underwood, walking the Studio City set of NBC's update of its '60s police procedural "Ironside," held his out for inspection. Clearly, they've been in circulation — slightly worn and toughened. A symptom of taking...
  • 'The Killing' is axed -- again -- by AMC; no Season 4

    'The Killing' is axed -- again -- by AMC; no Season 4
    The third time was not the charm for "The Killing." The moody AMC detective drama, which returned for a third season after being canceled by the network, has been canceled again, ending the hopes for a fourth season. "We have made the difficult...
  • 'Sons of Anarchy' begins Season 6 with a school shooting

    'Sons of Anarchy' begins Season 6 with a school shooting
    "Sons of Anarchy," the bikers and crime drama, began its sixth season on FX on Tuesday night, and the always tough-minded show wasted no time in wading into controversial waters. The season premiere episode ended with scenes depicting a school shooting....
  • '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...
  • '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...
  • 'Breaking Bad' spinoff: Five lessons for Saul Goodman

    Everyone agrees that AMC's "Breaking Bad" is one of the best dramas on TV, and Wednesday's news that Sony Pictures Television and AMC would be moving forward with a spinoff starring shady lawyer Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk) was received by fans...
  • Katherine Heigl: Is new NBC show her last chance to stay a star?

    In Hollywood, if your career cools but the insiders like you, you wind up doing the cha-cha on "Dancing With the Stars." If the hits stop coming and you've rubbed powerful people the wrong way, you end up selling a nighttime sleep aid like Katherine...
  • Netflix gives 'The Killing' a final season

    Netflix gives 'The Killing' a final season
    "The Killing" won't die. Netflix, known to help the underdog, has ordered a fourth and final limited season of the beleaguered drama. The six-episode series finale, produced by Fox Television Studios, will be made available only to Netflix streaming...
  • Netlix revives 'The Killing'

    Netlix revives 'The Killing'
    They just can't kill off "The Killing." The twice-dead series is getting and fourth season thanks to Netflix. Netflix announced Friday it has made a deal with Fox Television Studios to resurrect the crime drama again. AMC cancelled the series after...
  • 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 natureĀ of power, particularly the political variety. (Please seeĀ "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington") In recent years, television writers have...