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  • Moon Bloodgood shows her sensitive side in 'Falling Skies'

    Moon Bloodgood shows her sensitive side in 'Falling Skies'
    Moon Bloodgood turns in her machine gun for a stethoscope in TNT’s alien drama “Falling Skies.” The "Terminator Salvation" star, who says she's "a sci-fi girl," was ready to try other genres, but couldn't quite escape the sci-fi world....
  • Hoping to impress son, Noah Wyle signs on for 'Falling Skies'

    Hoping to impress son, Noah Wyle signs on for 'Falling Skies'
    Noah Wyle signed up for TNT's "Falling Skies" to impress a bunch of second-graders. "Honestly, I put it to my 8-year-old son, 'Do you want to see your dad be a lawyer or a policeman or an alien fighter?' He said, 'Alien fighter,'" Wyle told me earlier...
  • Colin Cunningham having a blast playing 'Falling Skies' baddie

    Colin Cunningham having a blast playing 'Falling Skies' baddie
    If you look at Colin Cunningham's resume, you will see the American actor has been in just about every TV show that filmed in Canada. He's done guest spots or recurring roles on "Flashpoint," "Sanctuary," "Psych," "The 4400," "Eureka," "Smallville" and...
  • 'Falling Skies' flies to a 2nd season

    'Falling Skies' flies to a 2nd season
    Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood and Co. will be fighting aliens a little longer: TNT has ordered a second season of its new hit, "Falling Skies." According to TNT, the "Falling Skies" premiere on June 19 drew an live/DVR audience of 8 million viewers,...
  • Top of the World - Warren Littlefield

    Former NBC President of Entertainment, Warren Littlefield joined us live with details on his new book titled, "Top of the Rock: The Rise & Fall of Must-See TV." Warren Littlefield, former NBC President of Entertainment Author of the new book, Top Of The...
  • Review: 'An American Affair'

    Review: 'An American Affair'
    Love affairs with married men are always messy, entangling more people in the web of fictions than you'd ever imagine. When the man in question is President Kennedy, circa 1963, the Cuban missile crisis under his belt and reelection in his sights, well,...
  • Episode 1 set 'ER's' signature style and pace for Noah Wyle

    Episode 1 set 'ER's' signature style and pace for Noah Wyle
    Fifteen years after he first donned that freshly pressed doctor's coat, Noah Wyle is revealing an "ER" secret: There are only about 12 things you can do to a patient in the emergency room before shipping them elsewhere in a hospital. "You've got your...
  • On 'ER,' two minutes and years of plot twists

    On 'ER,' two minutes and years of plot twists
    On the night of Feb. 10, 2000 -- in the pre-spoiler era, when it was possible to watch an episode of television and be wholly surprised -- "ER" viewers found themselves stunned/petrified by its final two minutes. The scene: During a Valentine's Day party...
  • The doctor is in . . . bed with one

    The doctor is in . . . bed with one
    The patients at "ER's" County General Hospital weren't the only ones receiving a little TLC. In between the endless paperwork and bloody surgeries, young doctors and nurses in love -- and sometimes not -- administered a crash cart full of sexual...
  • 'ER' calls its time of death

    'ER' calls its time of death
    With its technical innovations and reliance on realism, "ER" changed dramatic television. And when NBC pulls the plug on the show Thursday after 15 seasons, "ER" will leave behind a splintered prime-time landscape as the networks struggle to compete in...
  • Clooney honored

    Clooney honored
    The spirits of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin were very much in evidence Friday evening at an American Cinematheque tribute to George Clooney. The witty valentine to the Oscar-winning actor, political activist, producer, director,...
  • Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?

    Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?
    There are precious few guarantees in the theater anymore. Boffo playwrights went out with the Neil Simon dinosaurs. A new show by Stephen Sondheim, hands down the greatest living musical theater composer, can't even count on a Broadway booking. The only...