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  • 'The Walking Dead': Chad Coleman talks Tyreese's fate

    'The Walking Dead': Chad Coleman talks Tyreese's fate
    Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you've seen "The Walking Dead" season five, episode nine, titled "What Happened and What's Going On." Taking on the role of moral compass on "The Walking Dead" is not a wise move if you want to stay alive. From Dale...
  • Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)

    Has TV's body count gotten too high? (SPOILERS)
    Stop me if you've heard this one before: A beloved character on "The Walking Dead" gets bitten by a zombie, staggers around for the length of an episode while his friends try to save him, and ultimately succumbs to his wounds. Spoiler alert, you say?...
  • 'Better Call Saul' takes deep, funny dive into American life as seen from backroom of nail parlor

    'Better Call Saul' takes deep, funny dive into American life as seen from backroom of nail parlor
    He lives and works in the cramped, cinder-block back room of a nail and waxing salon in an Albuquerque, N.M., strip mall. He drives a car so trashed-out, junky-looking and old that it's impossible to determine its make. And he practices law from the...
  • Look for Surry's Antonio Charity on 'Grey's Anatomy'

    Look for Surry's Antonio Charity on 'Grey's Anatomy'
     When you watch "Grey's Anatomy" on Thursday night, check out the husband who gets some unexpected (and unsettling) news about his wife.  That would be Surry County's Antonio Charity, and he is wary of giving away too many plot details about his...
  • TCA 2015: CBS' 'The Odd Couple': Old premise, new guys, new jokes

    TCA 2015: CBS' 'The Odd Couple': Old premise, new guys, new jokes
    The boys are back in town. Oscar Madison and Felix Unger, the iconic characters from the hit comedy "The Odd Couple," are returning for the umpteenth time -- this time with Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon stepping into the familiar roles. Perry, who...
  • 'Eye Candy' a promising dip into crime genre for MTV

    'Eye Candy' a promising dip into crime genre for MTV
    MTV, that not especially musical network for high school and college students and people who wish they were back in high school or college, premieres its first scripted crime drama Monday night. Based on an adult novel by popular young-adult author R.L....
  • Review: 'The Martini Shot' by George Pelecanos

    Review: 'The Martini Shot' by George Pelecanos
    George Pelecanos is widely considered to be one of the best crime novelists going, but he's never fit all that comfortably into the genre. His writing is properly hard-boiled, his heroes are attractively flawed and his villains leave trails of blood...
  • Baltimore police horse bit hand of child in wheelchair, lawsuit says

    Baltimore police horse bit hand of child in wheelchair, lawsuit says
    The incident near the Inner Harbor began with a jubilant 8-year-old reaching from her wheelchair to pet a horse in the Baltimore Police Department's mounted unit. It ended with the horse maiming the girl's hand, according to a $1 million lawsuit filed...
  • Golden Globes: Who will win?

    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will have lots of targets in hosting the Golden Globes. They can take aim at Sony, hackers, "The Interview," Bill Cosby and the "Selma" controversy in the three-hour ceremony, which begins at 8 p.m. Sunday on NBC. That network...
  • Now Streaming: CT In The Movies

    Now Streaming: CT In The Movies
    In this age of instant cinematic gratification, you can log on to Netflix, push the "play" icon, and watch … your own backyard. The Netflix offerings that you can "Watch Instantly" span the globe, the entire history of moviemaking, and every...
  • George Pelecanos' 'Martini Shot' short stories colorful but confined

    George Pelecanos is among our most prolific — and compelling — crime novelists, a writer who evokes his hometown of Washington, D.C., much as Dennis Lehane does with Boston or Michael Connelly Los Angeles: as a character in its own right....