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Courant TV CriticA premium cable show about a family mortuary business in Los Angeles garnered the most nominations for prime-time Emmy Awards during brief ceremonies held by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the break of dawn Thursday. "Six Feet Under" earned...
Times Staff WriterA changing of the guard took place in nominations for the 54th annual nighttime Emmy Awards announced Thursday, as an influx of new series joined the party, elbowing out an older generation of stalwarts, including "ER" and "Frasier." The most prominent...
Tribune movie reporter"Maid in Manhattan" follows the lead of certain fast-food chains that combine familiar ingredients under a new name and make sure they taste exactly as anyone would expect them to. That's not necessarily a bad thing if you've got a hankering for those...
The nominations for the 54th annual Emmy Awards were announced Thursday morning by "ER's" Laura Innes and "Will & Grace's" Eric McCormack in Los Angeles from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre. Leading the pack:...
Tribune television criticPASADENA, Calif. The usually fusty Primetime Emmy Awards surprised observers by welcoming a number of new series and their stars to the key categories in nominations announced Thursday. In a year that "The Sopranos" was ineligible because no original...
Orlando CityBeat WriterCatwoman is a comic-book movie. And had he read comic books, Samuel Taylor Coleridge might have advised adopting a "willing suspension of disbelief" to enjoy such stories. Thus, stupid plot lines become forgivable in comic-book movies. Catwoman's plot,...
Tribune staff reporter1-1/2 stars (out of 4) With a Tony nomination in 2001 for his story of a disaffected Upper West Side doctor's spouse, "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," veteran playwright Charles Busch made the leap from cult hit-maker to mainstream success. But it was...
Times Staff WriterHome Box Office separated itself from the pack and raced away with the most nominations by far, including four out of 10 best-series contenders, as candidates for the 55th annual nighttime Emmy Awards were unveiled Thursday. Coupled with its longtime...
Times Staff Writer"Catwoman" is as swift and light on its feet as its heroine, Halle Berry. Though stylish and full of technical razzle-dazzle, no special effect or cliffhanging stunt overshadows Berry in the role as a mousy, diffident office worker reincarnated as the...
Times Staff WriterWith his hilarious spoof "Die Mommie Die!" Charles Busch takes the melodramatic woman's picture of the '40s and '50s to delirious extremes. It's a lurid tale about the travails of faded pop singer Angela Arden, played deliciously by Busch. Once hailed...
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