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  • John Kerry, Ted Cruz, Paul Krugman: Sunday guests

    John Kerry, Ted Cruz, Paul Krugman: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: Secretary of State John Kerry will be a guest on five Sunday morning programs. Here's the guest list: ABC's "This Week" welcomes Kerry, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., at 11 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. Other...
  • Review: 'A Most Wanted Man' ★★★

    Review: 'A Most Wanted Man' ★★&#9733
    It's impossible to watch the character anchoring Anton Corbijn's cool, clear-eyed film version of "A Most Wanted Man" without forgetting the fate of the bleary-eyed but fantastically vital actor who plays him. Philip Seymour Hoffman died of a drug...
  • Former Morning Call reporter to appear on PBS' "Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?"

     
    A former Morning Call reporter who wrote a book about one of the prime suspects in the death of Teamsters boss killed Jimmy Hoffa, will be featured on tonight's episode of "History Detectives Special Investigation" at 9 p.m. on PBS.......
  • Show features 1996 vampire-cult leader

    Show features 1996 vampire-cult leader
    The story of how a teen vampire cult bludgeoned a couple to death in Eustis and disappeared with the family's 15-year-old daughter will air at 9 p.m. Thursday on Investigation Discovery's "Handsome Devils" series. In 1996, the parents of a 15-year-old...
  • '24': What next for Jack Bauer?

    '24': What next for Jack Bauer?
    Manny Coto, who grew up in Orlando, acknowledges that he was nervous about trying to bring back Jack Bauer in "24: Live Another Day." "Did we still remember how to write the show? Could we do it the way we did? Could we get back into this character?"...
  • Benghazi-inspired 'Madam Secretary' aims to 'pull back the curtain' on DC

    Benghazi-inspired 'Madam Secretary' aims to 'pull back the curtain' on DC
    Call it the Hillary Effect. This fall, two new shows will join already existing series like "Veep" and "Scandal" centering on powerful women in Washington. On NBC's there's "State of Affairs" starring Katherine Heigl as a CIA analyst and Alfre Woodard...
  • TV Review: El Rey's 'Matador'

    Being pragmatic about it, you can't blame the producers of espionage series "Matador" for trading the stodgy old tennis circuit in "I Spy" for a growth sport like soccer - especially (and opportunistically) coming out of World Cup mania. But this latest...
  • Katherine Heigl: 'I certainly don't see myself as being difficult'

    Katherine Heigl appeared before an audience of reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour to promote her new NBC series, "State of Affairs." In the "Homeland"-esque drama, she plays Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst responsible...
  • Heigl, Woodard talk 'State of Affairs,' 'Homeland' and likability

    Heigl, Woodard talk 'State of Affairs,'  'Homeland' and likability
    Coming this fall, Katherine Heigl and Alfre Woodard team up in the NBC drama "State of Affairs." "State of Affairs" finds Heigl playing Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst who compiles the daily intelligence breifing for the president, played by Woodard....
  • USA Picks Up Computer Hacking Drama Pilot 'Mr. Robot'

    USA has given a pilot pickup to "Mr. Robot," a drama about an anti-social computer programmer who finds he can only connect with other people by hacking into their personal lives. The Universal Cable Productions project from executive producers Sam...
  • Berlin vs. Washington: When friends spy on friends

    Commenting on the execution of a French nobleman by Napoleon, the French diplomat Talleyrand supposedly observed: "It was worse than a crime — it was a blunder." That consummate expression of realpolitik certainly applies to the alleged U.S....