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  • Film permits on the rise in city

    Glendale and Burbank have benefited from a boost in film production in the region, as "CSI," "Desperate Housewives" and a host of television commercials have shot on location in the area in the past two months. Last week Film L.A., a nonprofit that...
  • Kathy Bates metes out 'Harry's Law' in new NBC drama

    If anyone knows how to make a law drama, it's David E. Kelley. The former attorney got his start as an Emmy-honored writer-producer on "L.A. Law," then created his own memorable projects with "Ally McBeal," "The Practice" and the latter's spinoff "Boston...
  • NBC's Fall 2011 schedule: 'Chuck' moves to Fridays

    NBC's Fall 2011 schedule: 'Chuck' moves to Fridays
    NBC officially announced its 2011-12 primetime schedule Sunday, confirming that "Chuck" will return for its fifth--and final--season of 13 episodes. The spy comedy moves to 7 p.m. Fridays. NBC appears to be giving the ratings-starved "Chuck" and its...
  • Ray Romano returns as one of TNT's 'Men of a Certain Age'

    Ray Romano is used not only to being a man of a certain age but to playing one. After the long run of "Everybody Loves Raymond," the actor-comedian is seeing expectedly more modest returns from TNT's seriocomic "Men of a Certain Age." The series he...
  • 'Modern Family' leads 1st Critics' Choice TV Awards list

    'Modern Family' leads 1st Critics' Choice TV Awards list
    "Modern Family" earned six nominations for the first Critics' Choice Television Awards. The ABC comedy led with the most nominations; "Mad Men" earned five, while "Boardwalk Empire" and "30 Rock" had four each. The awards are given by the Broadcast...
  • Disney Channel casts pilot for 'Glee,' 'High School Musical' mash-up

    Disney Channel casts pilot for 'Glee,' 'High School Musical' mash-up
    First there was "High School Musical." Then there was "Glee." Next up is ... "Madison High." Stop me if this sounds familiar: All a group of geeky high school kids wants to do is sing and dance their way to popularity. Yes, "HSM" and "Glee" clone fever...
  • NBC plans fall 2011 TV premiere dates

    NBC plans fall 2011 TV premiere dates
    "The Playboy Club," NBC's Chicago-filmed drama about the famed 1960s nightclub of the title, will premiere Sept. 19, the network announced. "The Playboy Club" takes place in Chicago at the swinging hideaway for Playboy fans built by publisher Hugh...
  • Lisa Kudrow dishes 'Web Therapy'

    Lisa Kudrow's latest series is poised to make many more friends. The Emmy winner as Phoebe on "Friends" has been honored as a pioneer of online programming such as "Web Therapy," which she created as Internet "Webisodes" only a few minutes long. The...
  • Cheers and jeers among 2011 Emmy nominations

    Cheers and jeers among 2011 Emmy nominations
    Quite a few TV actors were likely surprised early Thursday when they heard about their Emmy nomination, but none more visibly than Plainfield native Melissa McCarthy. "Yikes," said McCarthy, 40, who was announcing the nominees live when her own name came...
  • LIST: The 2011 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations!

    LIST: The 2011 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations!
    It was another good morning at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. The network's flagship drama "Mad Men" stayed an award darling, racking up an impressive 19 Primetime Emmy nominations. Leading the way were stars Jon Hamm and Elizabeth Moss, both nominated in...
  • Film Reviews: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,' 'Project Nim,' 'Terri.'

    Film Reviews: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,' 'Project Nim,' 'Terri.'
    When we last left Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), he had destroyed only three of the seven Horcruxes in which the evil Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) had stored pieces of his soul, which was one way to stretch out the last volume of J.K. Rowling's...
  • The 10-million-mile man of United

    The 10-million-mile man of United
    Like all travelers, Tom Stuker has stories. But when you travel as much as Stuker does, the stories are a lot better. As an automotive sales consultant, Stuker, 57, works on the retail side, helping develop salespeople and sales management. That means he...