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  • HBO's 'VEEP' opens with larger audience than 'Girls' premiere

    HBO's 'VEEP' opens with larger audience than  'Girls' premiere
    "VEEP," the widely-praised Maryland-made comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, got off to a solid start Sunday night with an audience of 1.7 million viewers for two showings. The 10 p.m. showing opposite AMC's  "Mad Men"  drew 1.4 million viewers.
  • Survey: 81% of TV Directors Are White, Only 14% Are Female

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Minorities and women haven't achieved significant progress in directing series TV, according to a survey from the Directors Guild of America, with Caucasian directors accounting for 81% of all primetime episodes while female...

    Danny McBride gets some class in new HBO comedy 'Vice Principals'

    Danny McBride gets some class in new HBO comedy 'Vice Principals'
    Danny McBride is no longer "Eastbound and Down." He's going back to school. The actor-comedian who starred in the HBO comedy about irrepressible former major league pitcher Kenny Powers is returning to the premium network in the new series, "Vice...

    Emmys may be ready to give up the 'Modern Family' lock on comedy

    Emmys may be ready to give up the 'Modern Family' lock on comedy
    "Modern Family" has won the Emmy for comedy series four years running. The only show to take it five straight years? "Frasier." Should "Family" win again, we might need therapy. An early look at this year's comedy races. COMEDY SERIES "Modern Family"(...

    Mirth and musical chairs on TV

     Mirth and musical chairs on TV
    You may have heard or read or woke up suddenly thinking that we are living in a New Golden Age of Television. Some call it the platinum age, which sounds a little too Rodeo Drive to me. But let them have their fun. Most of this new golden/platinum age...