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  • Free weekend of Showtime for Time Warner Cable and DirecTV subscribers

     
    Hold off from getting too excited here because this most likely won't apply to you. The Free preview weekend is only being offered to 20 million people, more specifically — Time Warner Cable subscribers in New York and Los Angeles and nationwide...
  • This weekend: Olympic Trials, ‘True Blood,’ ‘Episodes,’ ‘Weeds,’ ‘Endeavour’

     
    In its second episode, "The Newsroom" heightens the romantic comedy between a cynical anchor (Jeff Daniels) and his former lover and new executive producer (Emily Mortimer). Series creator Aaron Sorkin forces the earnest producer to lecture her staff, a...
  • TCA: “Weeds” series finale — and what’s in those smokin’ props

     
    Weeds fans, if you've always wondered what's in those “joints” that the cast members smoke on-camera, here's the deal. The official tobacco- and nicotine-free props from Honeyrose¬†are “created from a blend of quality selected herbs...
  • This weekend: ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Boardwalk Empire’ return; ‘Weeds’ ends

     
    Jason Sudeikis is back, and “Saturday Night Live” still has him. The NBC late-night institution starts its 38th season at 11:30 p.m. Saturday, and in very good news for the show, Sudeikis will continue to play Mitt Romney and Joe Biden.¬†Jay...
  • 'Weeds' series finale: 'There was some sort of benediction,' says Mary-Louise Parker

     
    "I'm just proud of all of us and I think [Kohan] just made something amazing, and we were lucky enough to be in it," says Mary-Louise Parker....
  • Reel Critics: It's a circus, and young adults love it

    Reel Critics: It's a circus, and young adults love it
    I wouldn't be writing about the ridiculously immature "Jackass 3-D" if it didn't rack up $50 million on its opening weekend. I went to a rainy Tuesday night showing at Triangle Square and found two theaters packed with young people in their teens and...
  • 'Red'

    'Red'
    Bruce Willis certainly is no stranger to action tales, but much of the fun of this comic-book adaptation is in seeing some other veteran performers - namely, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich - play tough. All of the performers play ex-...
  • 'Weeds: Seasoin Six'

    'Weeds: Seasoin Six'
    A lot happened in the most recent round of the Showtime series, one example being the arrival of Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss as a former teacher of drug-dealing Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker). They've had a complicated relationship over the years, and...
  • Mary-Louise Parker, John Leguizamo join Tony nominating committee

    Mary-Louise Parker, John Leguizamo join Tony nominating committee
    Mary-Louise Parker, John Leguizamo and Cheyenne Jackson will be among the new faces joining the nominating committee for next year's Tony Awards. The committee decides on the Tony nominees by seeing all of the productions for the season and then voting...
  • Ernest Borgnine, Hamden's Favorite Son, R.I.P.

    Ernest Borgnine, Hamden's Favorite Son, R.I.P.
    Ernest Borgnine died July 8 at the advanced age of Borgninety-five. I nearly had a chance to talk the guy a year and a half ago, when he was coming back to his home state of Connecticut for one of those celebrity anecdote-and-Q-&-A shows that older...
  • Why Hedda Endures

    Why Hedda Endures
    There's something about Hedda. "Hedda Gabler," that is, the titular character in Henrik Ibsen's classic "new woman" tale, the original housewife of Oslo County, the gal who has attitude, aptitude and is one mean shot. The inscrutable character has...
  • Fawcett leaves a legacy larger than her roles

    Fawcett leaves a legacy larger than her roles
    The slightly soft-porn Wella Balsam ads notwithstanding, the infamous appearance on "Late Show With David Letterman" aside, it is impossible to overstate Farrah Fawcett's cultural influence. With her practice-makes-perfect, blue-eyed smile and doomed...