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  • EMMYS: Is It Broadcast vs. Cable, or Quantity vs. Quality?

    "The Good Wife" triggered discussion with an Emmy campaign mailer predicated on the fact the CBS series produces far more episodes (22 a season) than its likely cable rivals. But is quantity a legitimate factor in assessing quality -- or indeed, even...
  • Edie Falco loves playing the lying, seriously flawed 'Nurse Jackie'

    Edie Falco loves playing the lying, seriously flawed 'Nurse Jackie'
    Edie Falco has a cold. Actually, it's more like a sinus infection, one that's been plaguing her for weeks now, and so she enters the roof-top restaurant at the Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills apologizing if the medication has made her a little dingy....
  • 'Game of Thrones': Meet George R.R. Martin

    'Game of Thrones': Meet George R.R. Martin
    "Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin is helping charity in a creative way. He wants to support the Wolf Spirit Wolf Sanctuary and the Food Depot. To do so, he has offered donors the chance to name a male character and a female character in the...
  • AFI Students Increasingly Turning to TV as the Goal, Not the Consolation Prize

    For decades, TV was showbiz's stepchild, the medium that created jobs for people who were on their way up -- or on their way down -- in their film careers. But there's a general consensus that TV has now moved into prime position. What was the tipping...
  • 'Game of Thrones' most popular series in HBO history

    'Game of Thrones' most popular series in HBO history
    "Game of Thrones," HBO's Emmy-award winning fantasy epic, has surpassed "The Sopranos" as its most popular series ever, the premium cable network said on Thursday. Episodes in the fourth season of the show have an average gross audience of 18.4 million,...
  • Q&A: 'Ray Donovan' Exec Producer Ann Biderman and 'Masters of Sex' EP Michelle Ashford

    They both just happen to have landed shows at Showtime, but as it turns out, Ann Biderman, the executive producer of "Ray Donovan," and Michelle Ashford, the executive producer of "Masters of Sex," are friends as well -- having heard of each other for...
  • Comedy should have the last laugh in television

    The subject is comedy. If it is not exactly true that it "can't get no respect," to quote the comic, it does get less than it deserves. It has become commonplace to say that we are living in a New Golden Age of Television, or a Platinum Age of...
  • Drama Scribes Talk Cable vs. Broadcast at Variety's Night in the Writers' Room

    On Tuesday night, Variety's annual "Night in the Writers' Room" assembled an eclectic array of scribes from the worlds of comedy and drama for an in-depth discussion at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Variety TV critic Brian Lowry moderated...
  • '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...
  • Film Review: 'Rosewater'

    The punishing ordeal of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari -- imprisoned for 118 days on charges of espionage -- is brought to the screen with impressive tact and intelligence by writer-director Jon Stewart in "Rosewater," . Largely a two-hander between...
  • Lauren Bacall, who taught Humphrey Bogart how to whistle, dies at 89

    Lauren Bacall, who taught Humphrey Bogart how to whistle, dies at 89
    At 19, Lauren Bacall was living every red-blooded American woman's dream: Humphrey Bogart was standing inches from her, waiting for her to speak. They were shooting a crucial scene in director Howard Hawks' 1944 wartime drama "To Have and Have Not," but...