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  • 'Homeland' recap: Sneak Brody into Iran? Not so easy!

    'Homeland' recap: Sneak Brody into Iran? Not so easy!
    Sneaking Nick Brody (Damian Lewis) into Iran was supposed to be a quiet, bloodless mission. But the CIA operation quickly deteriorates into a loud, bloody fiasco on “Good Night,” Episode 310 of Showtime’s “Homeland.” The...
  • Review: 'Treme' returns for a five-episode rideout

    Review: 'Treme' returns for a five-episode rideout
    Sunday brings the brief fourth-season return of "Treme," David Simon and Eric Overmyer's story of life, death, music and food in the city of New Orleans. I had, for some reason, thought the show was canceled, even though a look back into the record...
  • TV Review: 'Treme'

    Let's face it: HBO doesn't expect many people to watch the final mini-season of "Treme," which explains its sentencing to scheduling Siberia -- five consecutive Sundays in December. Yet co-creator David Simon ("The Wire") has earned the right to finish...
  • John Goodman: A Force of Nature

    Most of America first came to know John Goodman as the blue-collar patriarch of the Midwestern family on "Roseanne." Playing the role of big-hearted, hard-working contractor Dan Connor on the ABC sitcom for eight seasons could have typecast him as TV dad...
  • Melissa Leo on John Goodman: A Great TV Marriage Lives On

    John Goodman is the "best movie husband" Melissa Leo ever had. After shooting the pilot for her HBO drama "Treme" in 2009, Leo returned to film the season order and found that Goodman had been cast as her college professor hubby, Creighton Bernette....
  • As 'Treme' Refrain Ends, Creator David Simon Sings TV Blues

    David Simon isn't buying the golden-age-of-TV hype. He doesn't argue that smallscreen drama at its best can be very good, but that doesn't mean the medium has turned into a storyteller's paradise. It's still a business of selling soap, or a monthly...
  • Step Aside, Netflix: Amazon's Entering the Original Series Race

    It's 7:18 a.m. at Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, N.Y., and John Goodman is yawning. The ursine actor is up early for a shoot at the studio's Stage K, an 18,000-square-foot facility where he's shooting "Alpha House," a new TV series in which he...
  • Amazon orders three more TV pilots to beef up its Prime Instant Video

    Amazon orders three more TV pilots to beef up its Prime Instant Video
    Amazon Studios has put into production three comedy pilots as the online retail giant deepens its investment in original content for its Prime Instant Video streaming service. The studio struck deals with several established Hollywood writers and...
  • George Pelecanos' 'The Double' holds up a mirror to our dual selves

    George Pelecanos' 'The Double' holds up a mirror to our dual selves
    It's tough to be a writer of crime fiction. Not because of the genre but because of the expectations: A book a year, preferably part of a series, the same character over and over again. This is why, say, Walter Mosley and Michael Connelly have branched...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Melissa Leo was born in New York City on this date in 1960. This birthday gal earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Alice Ward in 2010's "The Fighter." Her other film work includes "Red State," "Lullaby" and "Frozen River."...
  • Blockbuster summer awaits movie-set fans

    Blockbuster summer awaits movie-set fans
    There's a good chance you will cross paths with one of the many projects filming in Chicago this summer — especially if you work or live downtown. After all, there are three major-studio movies and five (possibly six) TV series scheduled to shoot in...
  • Alan Sepinwall touts the newfound legitimacy of TV

    Alan Sepinwall touts the newfound legitimacy of TV
    When Alan Sepinwall was hired as a TV critic just out of college in 1996, he had no way of knowing he was about to witness “a big bang of sorts,” as he puts it in his new book "The Revolution Was Televised: The Cops, Crooks, Slingers and...