Alexandra Le Tellier

Writer

Former Los Angeles Times staffer Alexandra Le Tellier was a senior digital editor in the Entertainment and Features sections. She left The Times in 2016. She was previously web editor for the Opinion pages, where she managed the daily web pages and special digital projects. She also oversaw the section's blog, editing contributing bloggers and writing posts about social, political and cultural issues. Prior to joining Opinion, she was deputy editor of The Times’ entertainment and lifestyle weekly Brand X. She is a native of Los Angeles.

Recent Articles

  • What time are the Oscars? Everything you need to know to watch the 88th Academy Awards

    What time are the Oscars? Everything you need to know to watch the 88th Academy Awards

    It’s Oscars Sunday, Hollywood’s biggest night. Here’s everything you need to know for tuning into the 88th Academy Awards and red carpet taking place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. WHAT TIME DOES THE SHOW START? WHAT CHANNEL? The official red carpet pre-show is over. The ceremony began at...

  • Watch the Emmys with us on Sunday

    Is this the year an African American woman will win an Emmy for lead actress in a drama? Will Jon Hamm finally get a best-actor win for his role as Don Draper on “Mad Men”? Will Lena Dunham show up in a frothy ombre dress? How will first-time host Andy Samberg do? So many questions, and we can...

  • Watch the Emmys with us on Sunday

    Watch the Emmys with us on Sunday

    Is this the year an African American woman will win an Emmy for lead actress in a drama? Will Jon Hamm finally get a best-actor win for his role as Don Draper on “Mad Men”? Will Lena Dunham show up in a frothy ombre dress? How will first-time host Andy Samberg do? So many questions, and we can...

  • 'Mad Men': The live-tweet replay

    'Mad Men': The live-tweet replay

    "Mad Men" returns Sunday night at 10 for the first of its final seven episodes. It's the beginning of the end for the critically acclaimed, game-changing show that began in 2007. "There are new mustaches in town. There are new patterns in the clothes and wallpaper," Times television critic Robert...

  • See how the women of 'Mad Men' transformed on TV's most feminist show

    See how the women of 'Mad Men' transformed on TV's most feminist show

    From left: Jessica Pare as Megan Draper, Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson, Christina Hendricks as Joan Holloway, January Jones as Betty Draper, and Kiernan Shipka as Sally Draper. Photos courtesy of AMC. Season 1 | Season 2 | Season 3 | Season 4 | Season 5 | Season 6 | Season 7 Is “Mad Men” the most...

  • Beyond 'Blurred Lines': Listen to these other sound-alike songs

    Beyond 'Blurred Lines': Listen to these other sound-alike songs

    Was Robin Thicke’s 2013 hit “Blurred Lines,” produced by Pharrell Williams, a rip-off of Marvin Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up”? That’s what an eight-member jury decided Tuesday, awarding Gaye’s family nearly $7.4 million. In a piece last week, Times pop music critic Randall Roberts argued...

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