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  • McNamara's Picks: 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Derek,' 'Key & Peele'

    McNamara's Picks: 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Derek,' 'Key & Peele'
    "Sleepy Hollow." A resurrected revolutionary war hero, a double-ax wielding horseman (headless), ghost trees, Colonial witches, an authority-defying female cop and at least one very funny Starbucks joke? Long before you can say, "Oh, did we mention the...
  • 'Key & Peele' a bit stale, but still makes a point

    'Key & Peele' a bit stale, but still makes a point
    As they begin Season 3 of "Key & Peele" (9:30 p.m. CT Wednesday, Sept. 18, Comedy Central; 3 stars out of 4), comics Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele need to focus on new material. It's not that fan favorite characters such as President Obama's...
  • Universal Pictures passes $2 billion in global box office in 2013

    Universal Pictures passes $2 billion in global box office in 2013
    Aided by blockbusters "Fast & Furious 6" and "Despicable Me 2," Universal Pictures crossed the $2-billion mark in international box-office receipts for 2013, a first for the movie studio. As of Wednesday morning, the studio's international take was $2....
  • 'Orphan Black' exclusive: Tatiana Maslany's 'Alison' playlist

    'Orphan Black' exclusive: Tatiana Maslany's 'Alison' playlist
    Tatiana Maslany put in some long days playing numerous roles in "Orphan Black," often acting all by herself in the BBC America series.   Maslany stars as Sarah, a woman who discovers she's one of several clones who look alike and share the same genetic...
  • Elon Musk really, really hates traffic jams

    Elon Musk really, really hates traffic jams
    Apparently, billionaire Elon Musk is channeling John F. Kennedy, who famously intoned, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” Musk, who wasn’t even born when Kennedy gave his inaugural...
  • Comcast profit jumps 17%; NBC network loses $35 million

    Comcast profit jumps 17%; NBC network loses $35 million
    Comcast Corp. posted strong first-quarter earnings with gains in nearly all of its business units -- except for the NBC broadcast network as the peacock's feathers once again got plucked. Dismal prime-time ratings at NBC contributed to a $35-million...
  • Farewell party at 'The Office' after 9 years

    Farewell party at 'The Office' after 9 years
    An old index card reads: Original. Real. Poignant. Those were the first words Greg Daniels jotted down a decade ago as his guide in adapting the daft British TV series "The Office" for an American audience. The ideas on the flimsy card stock proved...
  • Anne Hathaway goes blond for Met Gala (plus other star hairdos)

    Anne Hathaway goes blond for Met Gala (plus other star hairdos)
    Anne Hathaway debuted her platinum blond hair wearing a seriously sheer gown at the annual Met Gala in New York on Monday. She was among a number of stars who took on dramatic 'dos for the occasion. The Oscar-winning "Les Miserables" star went all in...
  • 2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday

    2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday
    NEW YORK -- In a time long removed from Michael Scott and must-see TV, NBC is hoping Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes can help fill its Thursday night comedy void. The network on Monday unveiled its programming for the year ahead during its annual upfront...
  • Nora Dunn in 'Boeing-Boeing'; 'Les Miz' in Western 'burbs

    Nora Dunn in 'Boeing-Boeing'; 'Les Miz' in Western 'burbs
    The former "Saturday Night Live" star Nora Dunn is to star in the upcoming production of the Broadway farce "Boeing-Boeing" at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace. Dunn, who is becoming a familiar face in Chicago theater, is also working on a...
  • Review: With 'Tosca,' Los Angeles Opera goes for grand

    Review: With 'Tosca,' Los Angeles Opera goes for grand
    An essay in the program for Los Angeles Opera's new production of "Tosca," which opened at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Saturday night, begins by quoting Benjamin Britten on Puccini's opera. The British composer, Joseph Berger writes, was "'sickened'...