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  • 'Under the Dome' adds 6 million viewers through DVR and streaming

    'Under the Dome' adds 6 million viewers through DVR and streaming
    Same-day viewership is no ceiling for "Under the Dome." Underscoring the changing viewing habits of TV watchers, more than 6 million people have seen the first episode of CBS' "Under the Dome" after its air date, either through DVR, video-on-demand or...
  • Pivotal passages: A look at coming-of-age movies of the past

    Pivotal passages: A look at coming-of-age movies of the past
    Every generation, it seems, has its own favorite coming-of-age movies. And though tastes change, as does the definition of "coming of age" — including everyone from preteens to young adults in their 20s — these five films are among the ones...
  • 'Under the Dome' tops Monday night ratings, CBS and ABC tie

    'Under the Dome' tops Monday night ratings, CBS and ABC tie
    “Under the Dome” won the rating race again Monday night, attracting 11.37 million viewers, up 2% from last week. The CBS series, based on the book by Stephen King about a small town mysteriously trapped under a transparent dome, was by far...
  • 'Unforgettable' hopes title is true as it returns to CBS

    'Unforgettable' hopes title is true as it returns to CBS
    NEW YORK — CBS' brooding procedural "Unforgettable" of 2011-2012 featured a detective with a mind so uncanny no memory ever truly disappeared. It's a fitting premise. After canceling "Unforgettable" at the end of the 2012 season, CBS is now...
  • TCA press tour: NBC preps Hillary Clinton bio and 'Tommyknockers'

    TCA press tour: NBC preps Hillary Clinton bio and 'Tommyknockers'
    NBC is voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton - at least in miniseries form. The network is preparing a four-hour biopic, "Hillary," that will star Diane Lane as the former first lady and secretary of State. The miniseries will probably air sometime before...
  • Time Warner Cable-CBS dispute 'run-of-the-mill,' analyst says

    Time Warner Cable-CBS dispute 'run-of-the-mill,' analyst says
    Time Warner Cable subscribers in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas may be steaming that they will miss the CBS series "Under the Dome" for the second week in a row because of a distribution dispute between the two companies. The back-and-forth between...
  • 'Carrie' prank scares coffee shop patrons, markets movie

    'Carrie' prank scares coffee shop patrons, markets movie
    Before a genre movie such as "Carrie" comes out, studios like to go viral with all sorts of novel video, often from the film itself. But when it comes to these marketing videos, nothing beats seeing real people in a crazy situation -- especially if it...
  • Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Simpsons’ couch gag pays homage to horror

     
    Guillermo del Toro's couch gag for “The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIV” is nothing less than a love letter to […]...
  • The writer who was mistaken for Stephen King

    The writer who was mistaken for Stephen King
    Canadian writer Emily Schultz published her first novel, “Joyland,” in 2006 on ECW, a small press based in Toronto. A coming-of-age tale set in a video-game arcade, "Joyland" did not make bestseller lists or sell in large quantities. So...
  • Graphic Halloween decorations confuse Oklahomans

    Graphic Halloween decorations confuse Oklahomans
    There is a thin line between fantasy and reality, and in parts of Oklahoma, that separation is porous indeed,  especially around Halloween. A family in Mustang has gone big-time, decorating the yard and driveway with ghosts and tombstones. But the piece...
  • Vice removes fashion spread of female author suicide reenactments

    Vice removes fashion spread of female author suicide reenactments
    If you'd like to see Vice's beautifully-lit photograph of a model portraying Sylvia Plath kneeling before an open oven -- in a dress from Chloe Sevigny -- you're too late. That photo appeared in a fashion spread illustrating the suicides of female...