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  • Television becomes recapper's delight

    Television becomes recapper's delight
    Entertainment Weekly's home page trumpets its main coverage subjects directly beneath its logo: TV, TV Recaps, Movies, Music, Books, Video. The addition of TV Recaps came in late April, and its presence — independent of TV and ahead of Movies...
  • 'Castle' Shuffles Showrunner Duties for Season 7

    No, it's not time for the Big Sleep. Or even to say Farewell, My Lovely, or a Long Goodbye. But Andrew Marlowe, master of detective fiction for ABC's "Castle," will turn over primary showrunning duties to exec producer David Amann for the upcoming...
  • 'Traffic' writer Stephen Gaghan sells Brentwood home for $5 million

    Stephen Gaghan, who has an Oscar for screenwriting, and his fashion designer wife Minnie Mortimer have sold their Brentwood home for $5 million, just a tad above their $4.995 million asking price. Set on more than an acre, the white-trimmed two-story...
  • Boom! TNT goes for genre drama at upfront

    Boom! TNT goes for genre drama at upfront
    TNT used its upfront presentation Wednesday to introduce a "brand refresh" and a slate of programming heavy on action and supernatural thrills. The network's new tagline, "TNT Drama. Boom." and refreshed direction is designed to attract younger and "a...
  • Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character

    Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character
    For Alafair Burke, whose 10th mystery "All Day and a Night" (Harper: 352 pp., $26.99) is published this month, it all goes back to Dennis Rader. Known as the BTK killer, he terrorized Wichita, Kan., in the 1970s and 1980s, when Burke was growing up there....
  • Cannes: 'Breakers' Sequel Team Springs Back at Franco (EXCLUSIVE)

    With their Muse Prods. shingle hanging on such edgy fare as "American Psycho," "Freeway," "Buffalo 66" and "Spring Breakers," producers Chris and Roberta Hanley are no strangers to controversy; however, there's something in the spring air this year that...
  • NBC picks up 'Constantine,' 'The Mysteries of Laura' and 'A to Z'

    NBC picks up 'Constantine,' 'The Mysteries of Laura' and 'A to Z'
    NBC's 2014-15 lineup continued to take shape Thursday, as the network picked up three new series, "Constantine," "A to Z" and "The Mysteries of Laura." Solidifying a trend for shows adapted from comic books, "Constantine" is based on the “...
  • McCarthy released from hospital following heart procedure

    McCarthy released from hospital following heart procedure
    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy was released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital on Saturday after undergoing a medical procedure to unblock his arteries this week. McCarthy "is doing very well, resting comfortably at home and looking...
  • Steven Bochco returns to the police beat with 'Murder in the First'

     Steven Bochco returns to the police beat with 'Murder in the First'
    Shortly after Steven Bochco created his Silicon Valley-themed mystery "Murder in the First," he took lead actors Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson on an unusual field trip: to San Francisco's famous criminal headquarters at 850 Bryant St., where the TV...
  • 'Murder in the First' a masterful mix of whodunit, characters

     'Murder in the First' a masterful mix of whodunit, characters
    TNT may be selling the single-case-per-season timeline of its new detective drama, but amid television's recent age of Aquarius, "Murder in the First" stands out mostly for its simplicity. The show, which premieres Monday, investigates a series of murders...
  • 'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT

    'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT
    TNT's new whodunit didn't look like a ratings stiff in its premiere Monday night. The crime drama "Murder in the First" scored the biggest audience for a TNT series premiere in two years, which bodes well for a network that has recently struggled with...
  • NBC To Shift 'Blacklist' To Thursdays As Peacock Works To Extend Dominance In 2014-2015

    NBC said it would shift its freshman hit "The Blacklist' from its Monday-night roost to Thursdays as part of its plan for the 2014-15 TV season, a bid to bring new life to an evening the Peacock once dominated but on which it has fallen short in recent...