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  • Wednesday's Highlights: John Larroquette guest stars on 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 6 - 12, in PDF format This week's TV Movies IMMIGRATION: Fin (Ice-T, center) investigates the deaths of children who were "anchor babies" of immigrant families, on "Law &......
  • The Morning Fix: World stops turning! Women rule box office. Howard Stern debates next move. Warner Bros. wants to beef up TMZ.

     
    After the coffee. Before honing that daytime soap opera pitch. "World" stops turning. "As the World Turns," the long-running CBS soap opera, has stopped its orbit. The show, which was made by Procter & Gamble, the king of all things......
  • Thursday's TV Talk Shows: Adam Lambert performs on ABC's 'The View'

     
    The Early Show Buying diamonds. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Tanith Belbin; Ben Agosto; Billy Ray Cyrus. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America Chef Emeril Lagasse. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Good Day......
  • Wednesday's highlights: Sean faces a moral dilemma on the season finale of 'Nip/Tuck'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 13 - 19, in PDF format This week's TV Movies DO NO HARM: Sean (Julian McMahon) is asked to perform surgery on a prison inmate (Eric Stonestreet) in the......
  • Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Mega-Tsunami: 5 Years Later' looks back at the 2004 disaster

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 20 - 26, in PDF format This week's TV Movies HIGH-WATER MARK: The new special 'Mega-Tsunami: 5 Years Later' recalls the deadly 2004 tsunami, mostly through amateur video footage......
  • Franchise mania: remakes, redos and sequels

     
    Thirty years ago, coming out of an early screening of National Lampoon's "Animal House," I exclaimed, "Wow, that was great. Too bad it's aimed so totally at people like me that it's doomed to flop." But Hollywood studios are, of course, size queens, and I...
  • Dec. 17: The Chicago Scene - Dear Mr. Gacy Movie with Actor William Forsythe and Producer Clark Peterson

    Dec. 17: The Chicago Scene - Dear Mr. Gacy Movie with Actor William Forsythe and Producer Clark Peterson
    A true story from the producer of Monster, this drama is based on the experiences of 18-year-old college student Jason Moss and his relationship with notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Living at home with his parents in suburbia, attending...
  • Could this be love?

    I suppose Acura's new crossover SUV could be better. It could, for instance, run on recycled Victoria Secret catalogs or the renderings from Star Jones Reynolds' recent weight-loss program. It could fairly reapportion congressional districts every time...
  • Den of Festivity

    There were five reasons Claudia Christian needed to upgrade the basement of her Los Feliz home last year: Three adult and two baby opossums had pushed their way through openings in the walls and taken up residence. Christian, an actress, got this news...
  • Even Prosecutors Sought Pellicano for His Expertise

    Anthony Pellicano, the famed Hollywood private eye, was fond of saying he would go to great lengths to solve his celebrity clients' problems -- even if it meant whacking somebody with a baseball bat or resorting to blackmail. He cultivated an aura of...
  • Celebrity lawyer fields is subject of wiretap probe

    Bert Fields, the prominent entertainment lawyer whose celebrity clientele has included Tom Cruise, Michael Jackson and Kevin Costner, said Tuesday that he has formally been notified that he is a subject of a federal grand jury investigation into illegal...
  • Judge recesses hearing, keeping Knight in jail

    With yet more witnesses to come, Marion "Suge" Knight's probation hearing broke Friday in the midst of testimony, meaning the founder of Death Row Records must stay in County Jail at least another 10 days. Amid testimony from an expert for the defense...