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  • Jay Leno, Julia Louis-Dreyfus among TV Academy Hall of Fame inductees

    Outgoing "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno and "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus are among the six new inductees to the Television Academy Hall of Fame who were announced Monday. The other inductees are super-prolific TV writer David E. Kelley, Dolby...
  • Golden Globes nominations: Big on the new, like 'Brooklyn,' 'Cards'

    Golden Globes nominations: Big on the new, like 'Brooklyn,' 'Cards'
    This old dog is still open to new tricks, witness this year's Golden Globes nominations. Fresh blood was the theme of this year's TV portion when nods for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday. The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn....
  • DreamWorks Animation to unveil first original series for Netflix

    DreamWorks Animation to unveil first original series for Netflix
    For more than a decade, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. has defined itself on the big screen. This week, the Glendale studio will take a "Shrek"-size leap toward reinventing itself on the small screen. On Christmas Eve, DreamWorks Animation unveils...
  • TV review: 'Turbo: F.A.S.T.' breaks out of its shell on Netflix

    TV review: 'Turbo: F.A.S.T.' breaks out of its shell on Netflix
    "Turbo," the racing-snails movie from this summer, is already a cartoon series, "Turbo: F.A.S.T.," suggesting that such an eventuality was in the cards from the beginning (or somewhere near it). That other DreamWorks-made cartoons — including "The...
  • Predictions in top Golden Globe categories

    When the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. announced its nominations last month, the biggest surprise was that there were no surprises. There were no obvious, ratings-driven nods to celebrities, no left-field recognition to performances no one else found...
  • 'Alpha House' is most-watched show on Amazon Prime

    Amazon said its original series "Alpha House," a political comedy written by Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau and starring John Goodman, was the most-watched show on its Prime Instant Video service through the weekend. The first three episodes of "Alpha...
  • Emmys: How Supporting Nominees Stand Out Within Big Ensembles

    Veteran British actor Jim Carter may have a beloved supporting role on the hit PBS series "Downton Abbey" as traditionalist butler Mr. Carson, for which he's been recognized with a second Emmy nomination. As part of a big ensemble, however, sometimes he's...
  • 'American Hustle,' '12 Years a Slave' earn Producers Guild nominations

    The Producers Guild of America, a leading bellwether for the best picture Oscar, announced on Thursday the 10 films whose producers are nominated for the group's annual award: "12 Years a Slave," "American Hustle," "Blue Jasmine," "Captain Phillips,"...
  • '12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' lead Golden Globes nominations

    '12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' lead Golden Globes nominations
    Slavery drama "12 Years a Slave" and 1970s con-artist caper "American Hustle" led the Golden Globe Awards nominations announced on Thursday with seven nods each, fortifying their frontrunner positions ahead of the Oscars. In the coveted best drama...
  • Lineup of the 31st annual PaleyFest for TV fans is announced

    Lineup of the 31st annual PaleyFest for TV fans is announced
    The Paley Center for Media announced the full lineup for its 31st annual PaleyFest celebration of TV on Wednesday. Billed as the ultimate television fan fest, the event allows attendees to mix and mingle with the stars, cast and crew of their favorite...
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus feels 'Enough Said' character's empty-nest pain

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus feels 'Enough Said' character's empty-nest pain
    "I'm tired of being funny," sighs West L.A. single mom Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) in Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said," as she lies next to the man she's just had sex with, the will-we-or-won't-we pressure of their early dates finally ebbing. "Me too,"...
  • 25 years later, looking back at 'Murphy Brown'

     25 years later, looking back at 'Murphy Brown'
    Long before "lean in" became a rallying cry for professional women of America, there was "Murphy Brown." In fall 1988, the sitcom about a brash, unmarried, fortysomething news anchor and recovering alcoholic premiered on CBS. Though it was slow to build...