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The Sopranos (tv program)

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  • 'Halt and Catch Fire' depicts the early days of the PC revolution

     'Halt and Catch Fire' depicts the early days of the PC revolution
    In a stark Studio City office building in February, a team of six writers was huddled around a conference table breaking the season finale script of what AMC hopes to be its baton-carrying, zeitgeisty drama — "Halt and Catch Fire." The freshman...
  • 'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.

    'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.
    After the coffee. Before getting back into work mode. The Skinny: I know its sacrilege to ever have a bad thought about "Mad Men" so I'll only say I'm glad "The Sopranos" never did a song-and-dance number with Tony. Today's roundup includes the Memorial...
  • 'Maleficent' and why we love our childhood villains

    'Maleficent' and why we love our childhood villains
    She is the meanest woman ever to get her own plush toy. Maleficent, the wicked fairy from "Sleeping Beauty" who condemns the infant Princess Aurora to die, is the protagonist of a new movie starring Angelina Jolie and an unlikely character to boast...
  • 'Mad Men's' true legacy: Bringing high art to the TV masses

    The state of Megan and Don's marriage, the return of Bad Mom Betty Draper, the advent of the Computer Age and the new tyrannical Peggy have been the subject of much communal handkerchief-twisting as "Mad Men" begins its extended-version swan song....
  • Review: 'Acts of God' by Ellen Gilchrist

    Review: 'Acts of God' by Ellen Gilchrist
    The latest story collection by 79-year-old Southern writer Ellen Gilchrist focuses on people grappling with events beyond their control. Characters witness floods and funerals. They make helicopter rescues and dodge terrorist attacks. Much of the action...
  • Megadeals Ahead of NewFronts Show Strength of Steaming Markets

    Just in time for this week's NewFronts digital programming presentations, two recent headlines underscore how significant a business Internet-delivered video has become for traditional media players. Hell didn't freeze over on April 23, even after HBO...
  • Too many white men creating the shows at HBO, TV critic says

    Too many white men creating the shows at HBO, TV critic says
    HBO is a great place to create a TV show — if you're a white guy. So says a new report by Huffington Post TV critic Maureen Ryan, who argues that the premium cable channel — home of such acclaimed series as "True Detective," "Game of...
  • ESPN's New Goal: Getting Viewers To Watch History's 'Vikings'

    And you thought the people at ESPN cared only about sports. On Monday, executives at the sports-media empire will take a vested interest in helping a general-entertainment cable network launch the second season of one of its most successful scripted...
  • Hospital launches support group as more young people suffer from heart attacks

    Hospital launches support group as more young people suffer from heart attacks
    Carrie O'Connor thought she was a fairly healthy 35-year-old who went on daily jogs and ate well. Then, more than a year ago, she suffered back-to-back heart attacks. The first hit while she was treating herself to baubles at Smyth Jewelers in...
  • TV networks build drama and ratings with 'diva' model

    Diva Rule No. 1: Know how to make a big entrance. Diva Rule No. 2: Know how to make a big exit. Diva Rule No. 3: Do these things as often as humanly possible. The return earlier this month of ABC's "Once Upon a Time" marked the end of the midseason...
  • 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner: 'Trust Me, I'm Going to Miss It More Than You Will'

    The question came up the very first time Matthew Weiner sat before journalists at the Television Critics Assn. tour to promote the July 2007 premiere of "Mad Men." How will it end? More specifically -- how long did he see the time frame of the show...