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  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'The Quality of Mercy'

    'Mad Men' recap: 'The Quality of Mercy'
    "The quality of mercy is not strained.” The title for this episode comes from Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice.” On this Father’s Day, Don could use mercy from his daughter and himself. Instead we find him curled up in a...
  • 'Homeland' targets, hits jittery part of national psyche in season two opener

    'Homeland' targets, hits jittery part of national psyche in season two opener
    Talk about a TV series keeping current with the news. Thirty seconds into the Season 2 opener of Showtime’s “Homeland,” viewers see the first image of an American embassy under attack in the Middle East. At just over two minutes into...
  • 'Mad Men' recap, 'To Have and to Hold'

    'Mad Men' recap, 'To Have and to Hold'
    "The only thing worse than not getting what you want is someone else getting it," Roger said in season five. In "To Have And To Hold," Don not only loses what he wants to someone else, but he also watches the defeat unfold right in front of him....
  • 'Mad Men' recap, 'The Collaborators'

    'Mad Men' recap, 'The Collaborators'
    For all you complaining about the less-than-stellar season six premiere, feast your eyes on the scintillating second episode. “The Collaborators” delves into themes of desire, putting on a good face for show and the sin rooted deep in Don&...
  • Baltimore, 'Homeland' have winning night at 2012 Emmys

    Baltimore, 'Homeland' have winning night at 2012 Emmys
    The biggest winner Sunday at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards had to be Showtime’s “Homeland,” which took the top three drama awards in an upset over such favorites as “Mad Men” and Downton Abbey.” But Baltimore-based...
  • HBO's Baltimore productions 'VEEP,' 'Game Change' get some solid Emmy notice

    HBO's Baltimore productions 'VEEP,' 'Game Change' get some solid Emmy notice
    UPDATES WITH MORE BALTIMORE NOMINEES: HBO's Baltimore productions "VEEP"  and "Game Change" got some solid Emmy notice with the comedy earning a best actress nomination for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the made-for-TV movie about the 2008 presidential election...
  • 'Game of Thrones' enters the therapist's office

    'Game of Thrones' enters the therapist's office
    Forget the water cooler — or any other public space like social media or the Internet. When a TV show strikes the kind of psychic chords that HBO’s “Game of Thrones” did last week with its blood-drenched Red Wedding sequence, the...
  • Baltimore native Peyton List scores lead in new CW drama

    Baltimore native Peyton List scores lead in new CW drama
    Baltimore native Peyton List, who got her start on "As the World Turns" and most recently appeared on "90210" and "Mad Men," has landed the starring role in a pilot for The CW. According to Deadline Hollywood, List, 26, will play the part of Cara in...
  • Guy meets 'Girls'

    Guy meets 'Girls'
    Last Sunday, "Girls," HBO's much-talked-about comedy, debuted its second season. I should qualify that "much-talked-about" description, since "Girls" is really only a major discussion point among young liberal urbanites around the country. It's in matters...
  • Russell Matthews, actor

    A faulty blackboard sealed Russell Matthew's acting fate. As he took the prop on stage during a skit, it immediately fell apart. "I took a chance to save face and ad-libbed a lament on the funding of our public school system," the Silver Spring...
  • 'Mad Men' Season 6 finale recap, 'In Care of'

    'Mad Men' Season 6 finale recap, 'In Care of'
    Don has taken the elevator ride straight to Hell. “Excuse me,” Don yells behind jail bars. “I shouldn’t be in here.” Yes, he should. And not just for punching a minister, even if that hatemonger deserved it. (MLK, RFK and...
  • Where 'Homeland' fits on 'The Family Tree' of great TV drama

    Where 'Homeland' fits on 'The Family Tree' of great TV drama
    When Henry Bromell won the Writers' Guild Award this year for scripting “The Good Soldier” episode of “Homeland,” he thanked Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. Why, you might wonder, would this California screenwriter be thanking...