Greg Braxton

Writer

A lifelong Los Angeles resident, Greg Braxton has written for the Los Angeles Times for more than three decades. He currently is the deputy television editor for the Calendar section, and has also written extensively about trends and cultural issues in the entertainment field. 

Recent Articles

  • 'The Grinder' gets a full-season verdict from Fox

    'The Grinder' gets a full-season verdict from Fox

    Law and disorder just got a big thumbs up from Fox, which has ordered a full season of its freshman legal comedy, "The Grinder." Although the series has not generated blockbuster ratings, it has performed adequately and has received mostly positive responses from viewers. The comedy is the second...

  • 'Rosewood' gets full season order from Fox

    'Rosewood' gets full season order from Fox

    Fox's "Rosewood" has a rosy future. The freshman drama about a charismatic and brilliant private pathologist who teams up with a Miami police detective to solve crimes has been given a full season. The series has been paired on the network's Wednesday lineup with the blockbuster hit "Empire." See...

  • Donald Glover to create and star in new FX comedy, 'Atlanta'

    Donald Glover to create and star in new FX comedy, 'Atlanta'

    Donald Glover has a new "community": The South. Glover, who is best known for his role as the nerdish student "Troy" on "Community," has been signed to star in "Atlanta," a half-hour FX series that has received a 10-episode order. Glover is creating and will be an executive producer on the series...

  • 'Khloe & Lamar': An 'Unbreakable' reality TV love story

    'Khloe & Lamar': An 'Unbreakable' reality TV love story

    It was a love story tailor-made for reality TV. Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom got married in September 2009, only a month after they met. In less than two years, they were the stars of their own E! show, "Khloe & Lamar," which put a spotlight on their sexy relationship. The announcement of the...

  • 'Gotham': Michael Chiklis is the new good cop/bad cop on the beat

    'Gotham': Michael Chiklis is the new good cop/bad cop on the beat

    This season of "Gotham," Fox's drama about the origins of Batman and some of his criminal rivals such as the Penguin and Catwoman, has been subtitled "Rise of the Villains." But Monday's episode saw the arrival of a new character obsessed with law and order that might cause those bad guys more...

  • "I was part of this weird love story": Jorja Fox on 'CSI' finale and working with William Petersen

    "I was part of this weird love story": Jorja Fox on 'CSI' finale and working with William Petersen

    And so it ends ... for real. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the phenomenally successful drama that changed the face of TV and the fortunes of CBS, came to an official close Sunday with a two-hour finale that brought back many fan favorites. The series had been canceled earlier this year. Jorja...

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