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  • 'Mean Girls' 10-year anniversary: Where are they now?

    'Mean Girls' 10-year anniversary: Where are they now?
    When we last saw the "Mean Girls" crew, Cady Heron had learned a lesson and the "Plastics" -- Gretchen Wieners, Karen Smith and Regina George -- had split up and gone their separate ways.  But what have Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried...
  • Writers Guild Parts Ways With Larry Levinson Over Unpaid Residuals

    With no fanfare, the Writers Guild of America West has parted ways with TV movie producer Larry Levinson in a dispute over unpaid residuals. Levinson was not offered as a signatory a renewal under the new master contract ratified by members on April 30...
  • 'The Good Witch's Garden'

    Now that she's no longer committed to the canceled "Army Wives," Catherine Bell will take her Cassie Nightingale character into a weekly series for Hallmark Channel ... but prior to that, here's another of the TV movies that have established the premise...
  • TV This Week March 30 - April 5: 'How I Met Your Mother' on CBS

    TV This Week March 30 - April 5: 'How I Met Your Mother' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 30 - April 5, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SUNDAY "Call the Midwife" delivers its...
  • WWE Studios Finally Finds its Footing in Hollywood

    For a decade, WWE has wrestled with the kind of movies it wants to make, shifting from actioners and horror fare headlined by wrestlers John Cena, Kane and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin to silly comedies and treacly dramas that seemed more at home on the...
  • Review: 'Sirens' is coarse and clichéd, but has potential

    Review: 'Sirens' is coarse and clichéd, but has potential
    Strive as one might for objectivity, certain shows come equipped with viewer expectations. So when Denis Leary announced that USA would be debuting his comedic accompaniment to "Rescue Me," a natural reaction, at least among Leary fans, would have been...
  • Behind the Scenes of Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl

    Outside of the network that carries the NFL's big game, no media outlet gets more mileage out of Super Bowl weekend than Animal Planet with its Puppy Bowl. The pre-taped special that began as a tongue-in-cheek alternative to the broadcast that is...
  • Puppy Bowl X and Kitten Bowl I: Television at its cutest

    Puppy Bowl X and Kitten Bowl I: Television at its cutest
    Super Bowl Sunday may just be the cutest day of the year, thanks to Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl X and the Hallmark Channel's first-ever Kitten Bowl. It's hard not to love watching baby animals bat the ball around in what's possibly the most adorable...
  • Animal Planet's 'Puppy Bowl X' scores a touchdown for cuteness

    Animal Planet's 'Puppy Bowl X' scores a touchdown for cuteness
    Like the Seattle Seahawks, Animal Planet scored a massive victory on Super Bowl Sunday when "Puppy Bowl X" racked up a record 13.5 million viewers to become the No. 1 telecast in all of cable. The adorable show, which pits pound pups against each...
  • Programmers May Worry Over Comcast-Time Warner Cable Pact

    Comcast has long been a formidable entity for TV networks who need its connections to viewers' homes to keep their ratings sound. Now that sparring partner is about to bulk up. By proposing to buy Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal valued at $45.2...
  • Has 'American Idol' Officially Entered Its Post-Phenom Phase?

    "American Idol," welcome to the next phase of your ratings life - the one in which you are no longer a red-hot phenomenon. "Survivor" survived it, going from national magazine covers to ambling along as another mere mortal among TV shows. Now the trick...
  • A new front in the TV wars

    The big television networks have faced all number of challenges in recent years. But they could be done in by something called Aereo. Most people probably haven't heard of Aereo, which has been rolling out its video service for just over a year and...