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  • TV Picks: 'What Not To Wear,' 'Breaking Bad ' Larry David twice

    TV Picks: 'What Not To Wear,' 'Breaking Bad ' Larry David twice
    "What Not To Wear" (TLC, Fridays). One of the greatest series on television begins its final season this week. I speak of course of the decade-old "What Not To Wear," based on an earlier British model, in which friendly yet acerbic, gentle but firm...
  • Ben Affleck as Batman: A Reversal of Fortune?

    One prevailing theory of the past awards season is that, having been overlooked for a directing Oscar nomination, Ben Affleck enjoyed a surge of industry goodwill and public indignation on his behalf that ultimately pushed "Argo" into the winner's circle....
  • Critic's notebook: 'The Office' turns out the lights

    Steve Carell, and therefore Michael Scott, did show up after all for "The Office" finale, as no one should ever have doubted, and was probably never in serious question, as often as that question had been raised over the last many months. Who spends seven...
  • 'Sesame Street' spoofs 'Downton Abbey'

    'Sesame Street' spoofs 'Downton Abbey'
    "Sesame Street" is spoofing its fellow PBS show "Downton Abbey" on Feb. 4 with "Upside Downton Abbey." As you can see in the clip above, the Dowager Countess and butler Mr. Carson are having some issues with the topsy turvy take on the British series....
  • 'The Office' stays true to its heart, even after 9 seasons

    'The Office' stays true to its heart, even after 9 seasons
    "The Office" will close its doors Thursday night after eight years and nine seasons. That is not to say that Dunder Mifflin, the paper company in whose Scranton, PA, branch the series has largely been set, is itself going out of business. It's not...
  • David Schwimmer to star in 'Detroit'

    David Schwimmer to star in 'Detroit'
    David Schwimmer, the Lookingglass Theatre ensemble member and movie and television star, will perform in the New York premiere of Lisa D'Amour's "Detroit," Playwrights Horizons announced Monday. "Detroit" premiered in Sept. 2010 at the Steppenwolf...
  • Jimmy Fallon salutes Broadway with ‘Memphis,’ ‘American Idiot’ performances

     
    On Sept. 11, our thoughts turn to New York and its crucial place in our culture. Nothing says New York like Broadway, with its classic musicals and glorious songs. Jimmy Fallon will celebrate Broadway next week on NBC's “Late Night.” Fallon...
  • Wednesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 12 – 18 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here The Early Show Chris O'Donnell. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Jimmy......
  • Weekend Movies: 'Easy A,' 'The Town,' 'Devil'

     
    We know what we're studying for: "Easy A," a movie that looks like the 2010 answer to "Mean Girls" and marks "Superbad" and "Zombieland" star Emma Stone's long-deserved coming-out party. Fingers crossed that it's as fetch as it appears. Also out this...
  • Amy Ryan remembers Ben Affleck

     
    “Gone Baby Gone” launched a couple of careers — Amy Ryan's as an edgy, fearless character actress. She finally got her name out there. And Ben Affleck was launched as a director worth watching. With Ben's “The Town”...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Ryan on Jack Goes Boating

     
    In the scene, Philip Seymour Hoffman, a swimmer since childhood, has to pretend to be a man in his 40s just learning to swim. And it wasn’t easy. “I wasn’t worried about that when the time came,” he says. “I tried to tap back...
  • Movie Review: Jack Goes Boating

     
    Two broken souls meet and try to connect in Philip Seymour Hoffman's screen directing debut, “Jack Goes Boating.”  Hoffman, working from the Bob Glaudini play which he also starred in, conjures up a modern day “Marty” about...