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  • TV This Week Oct. 13 - 19: 'Burton and Taylor' on BBC America

    TV This Week Oct. 13 - 19: 'Burton and Taylor' on BBC America
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY It's not your parents' YouTube&...
  • Zac Efron's 'Awkward Moment' on 'Today'? Being asked about rehab

    Zac Efron's 'Awkward Moment' on 'Today'? Being asked about rehab
    That awkward moment when you're asked about rehab on live, national television? Yeah, that's what happened to Zac Efron on Tuesday. The former Disney star hit the "Today" show with his costars Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller to promote their...
  • 'Borgia' Thesp Rafael Cebrian: International Star You Should Know

    CLAIM TO FAME The multitalented Cebrian is co-founder and percussionist for the Monomes, whose music is included in the soundtrack of 2012 Spanish feature toon "Tad, the Lost Explorer." As an actor, he appears in Spanish sitcom "Los Serrano." CROSSING...
  • William Torres: International Executive You Should Know

    Cine Colombia has become the first major exhibitor in Latin America to go all digital, and William Torres is at the center of the process. The move is a sign of the burgeoning Colombian economy, which has been boosted by huge improvements in security,...
  • Why Broadcast TV Lost Its Edge After 'NYPD Blue'

    When "NYPD Blue" made its debut 20 years ago, some of the predictions were nothing short of apocalyptic. The New York Times wondered whether the boundary-pushing police drama would put network standards-and-practices execs out of business under the...
  • Danish Epic '1864′ Wins Funding War

    Entrusted with delivering both an eight-hour TV miniseries and a feature film in "1864," the most expensive Danish production ever, one can forgive director Ole Bornedal for wishing at the time that he were on an island in the Baltic Sea. The scale of...
  • If PewDiePie Is YouTube's Top Talent, We're All Doomed

    As an entertainment industry professional, you are obligated to check out anything and everything in the media business that's attracting buzz out there. How can you reasonably expect to produce successful content if you aren't familiar with how other...
  • ABC Wields 'SHIELD' in Hopes of Turning Tuesday Around

    Looking to rebound after falling to fourth place last season, ABC is rolling out seven new shows this fall, including a quartet that might be called Extreme Makeover: Tuesday Edition. The net has blown up Tuesday after a punchless perf in the 2012-13...
  • New York police shoot, injure two bystanders while pursuing man

    New York police shoot, injure two bystanders while pursuing man
    New York police fired on a man who was acting erratically Saturday night at a busy midtown intersection in Manhattan, wounding two bystanders, according to social media and news media reports. “OMG just witnessed NYPD gun down a pedestrian in...
  • TV This Week Sept. 15 - 21: 'Great Performances' on PBS

    TV This Week Sept. 15 - 21: 'Great Performances' on PBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 15 - 21, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Our favorite foodie finds himself in...
  • On policing, New York should look to L.A.

    New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Monday insisted that his city's "stop and frisk" police practices were constitutional, despite a federal judge's finding that they were racially discriminatory and violated the 4th and 14th Amendments. But it's...
  • Television review: New 'Ironside' rolls onto scene with new attitude

    Television review: New 'Ironside' rolls onto scene with new attitude
    "Ironside," the Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective that ran from 1967 to 1975 on NBC, has been chopped, channeled and reupholstered as "Ironside," a Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective...