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  • Tina Fey Loves Carol Burnett So Much, It's 'Just Shy of Creepy'

    Nobody doesn't love Carol Burnett. That was the takeaway from the Kennedy Center's Oct. 20 ceremony honoring Burnett with its 16th annual Mark Twain Prize for significant impact to American comedy. Tina Fey opened the proceedings by declaring that her...
  • Why Naming SNL's Cast Is Only The Start of Lorne Michaels' Very Long TV Season

    You'd think Lorne Michaels might be able to relax. He just hired a whopping six new cast members (can anyone recall a season where he took in more than three?) to his late-night institution, "Saturday Night Live," and one has to assume in all that talent...
  • 'The Way Way Back'

    Following the acclaim - and the Oscar - they received for their script for "The Descendants," writer-directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash earned critical kudos again for this comedy-drama centering around a youngster (Liam James) who feels out of place...
  • 'Saturday Night Live's' Jay Pharoah: Our show is too white

    'Saturday Night Live's' Jay Pharoah: Our show is too white
    Jay Pharoah, who plays President Obama and other characters on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," thinks the show needs to hire more black performers.  "As far as being a black person on the show, there’s not a lot of us, you know?," the 25-year-old...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Continuum' on Syfy

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Continuum' on Syfy
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 25 - 31, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Cracked The Canadian police drama...
  • Emmy red carpet: Winning the gown wars

    Emmy red carpet: Winning the gown wars
    When the dust settled after last spring's red carpet season, two of Los Angeles' most familiar hometown designers were christened, somewhat surprisingly, award show "phenoms." In actuality, David Meister and Tadashi Shoji have been prominent fixtures on...
  • Pynchon stalkers: Have you seen this man?

    Pynchon stalkers: Have you seen this man?
    If you can find Paul Thomas Anderson, then you've found the set of "Inherent Vice," the first Thomas Pynchon novel ever to be made into a film. Anderson is currently filming on the streets of Los Angeles. The L.A. Times blog Company Town reports that...
  • Movie review: 'The Way, Way Back' has a sweet side and a sting

    Movie review: 'The Way, Way Back' has a sweet side and a sting
    To begin talking about the new indie film "The Way, Way Back," I want to go way, way back. Praise for the movie's excellent cast, anchored by Sam Rockwell, Toni Collette, Steve Carell, Allison Janney and teenage rock Liam James, will come later. As good...
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Nine for IX' on ESPN and ESPN2

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 28 - August 3, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Nine for IX Former basketball...
  • Bill Hader: Kristen Wiig returning to host “SNL” will be “a blast”

     
    Kristen Wiig will be back on Saturday Night Live this week as host, and her old co-star Bill Hader couldn't be happier. “That's going to be a blast,” he said in a phone interview last week. “I love it when old cast members come back...
  • Elmo gets new format as “Sesame Street” begins Season 43

     
    The beloved and influential children's series Sesame Street begins its 43rd season Monday, Sept. 24, on PBS (check local listings for the exact time and channel in your area). While much of what has made the show so impactful and important will remain &#...
  • “Up All Night” makes head-scratching decision to switch to multicamera format

     
    With its decision to switch from the more cinematic single-camera format to the traditional multicamera, the NBC sitcom Up All Night seems to be making a statement of some kind. A bewildering, random and somewhat off-putting statement, but a statement...