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  • Brandon Stoddard, ABC Exec Who Shepherded 'Roots,' Dies at 77

    Brandon Stoddard, the longtime ABC exec who shepherded such landmark longform productions as "Roots" and "The Winds of War," died Monday after a battle with cancer. He was 77.
  • Seasonal songs from TV shows we'd like to hear, or maybe not

    Seasonal songs from TV shows we'd like to hear, or maybe not
    TV shows, while not typically known for their contributions to music, often rejoice in the sounds of the season. Last month, PBS' period drama "Downton Abbey" released a Christmas album featuring selections from cast members that included Charles...

    In Syfy's 'Ascension,' a voyage through space and back in time

     In Syfy's 'Ascension,' a voyage through space and back in time
    I have tried to determine whether there is anything insidious in Syfy turning "Ascension," originally described as a six-part miniseries, into a "three-night event" and setting it afloat in the relatively dead waters of mid-December. But I have no idea,...

    Nude sword fight in 'Marco Polo' full trailer

    Nude sword fight in 'Marco Polo' full trailer
    Nude sword fighting? Netflix is definitely going for sexy in "Marco Polo," which premieres at 2:01 a.m. Dec. 12. The streaming service has released a trailer for the adventure series that shows how the 13th century explorer ended up in China, and how one...

    Why originality is overrated when it comes to TV -- and business

    Why originality is overrated when it comes to TV -- and business
    I've probably said it before, but originality is overrated. Which is why the most valuable tool in any enterprise's development arsenal just may be a feather duster, to make presentable something it already has and consumers already know. This is true...