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  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: The song remains the same

     
    The various institutions on "Boardwalk Empire" — from the government to Nucky's crime ring to the federal investigators looking into that crime ring — are often depicted in the series as machines. The parts of those machines may all be......
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Struggling against history

     
    The pieces are drawing closer and closer together on "Boardwalk Empire," and now it's to the point where a casual moment in one storyline can have a ripple effect on another way over in another storyline. Consider: Nelson Van Alden......
  • Early forecast of SAG Awards: Best TV drama actor

     
    It doesn't matter anymore that Hugh Laurie ("House") won TV drama actor of 2006 and 2008 at the SAG Awards. He won't even be nominated at the next batch of kudos to be bestowed by the Screen Actors Guild on Jan. 30, according to our pundit Rob Licuria...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Who's real and who's fakin' it.

     
    The fourth episode of “Boardwalk Empire” – possibly the young show’s best episode yet – reveals that the series is something completely unexpected: It’s a love story. Sure, the trappings of a gangster tale are all pres...
  • Golden Globes TV predix: Best lead drama actor

     
    Our TV experts Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Rob Licuria agree on who four of the five nominees will be for lead actor in a drama series at the Golden Globes: Steve Buscemi ("Boardwalk Empire"), Gabriel Byrne ("In Treatment"), Michael C. Hall ("Dexter")...
  • Early forecast of SAG Awards: Best TV drama series ensemble

     
    It looks like only one new show -- "Boardwalk Empire" -- is likely to make it into the drama series ensemble race at the SAG Awards. That is the word from our TV gurus Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Rob Licuria (AwardsHeaven). They agree that the new HBO...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: All together now

     
    One of the bigger issues "Boardwalk Empire" skeptics have had with the show is that there are something like six or seven storylines in any given episode, but they're not really tied together by anything other than the historical fact......
  • Cover story: Season of promise: Fall TV preview

     
    Welcome to the Fall TV Season. Despite knowing you will let me down at least as much as you lift me up, I admit that the big billboards heralding your big new shows raised in me a childlike rush of anticipation. I notice that you are especially full of...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Putting the pieces in place

     
    The title of the second episode of "Boardwalk Empire," "The Ivory Tower," comes from a novel of the same name by Henry James, which Margaret reads in her hospital bed. The book, unfinished due to James' death but highly praised......
  • Poll: Can 'Boardwalk Empire' beat 'Mad Men' at the Emmys?

     
    Reviews of "Boardwalk Empire" are so positive that it's clear that the new HBO series about the mob world of Atlantic City in the 1920s will probably be a serious Emmy rival to "Mad Men," which has won best drama series for the past three years. But how...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Boardwalk Empire' renewed after red-hot premiere | 'Ruined' playwright Lynn Nottage succeeds | Two 'Lost' stars may be reuniting

     
    • "Boardwalk Empire" rolled out its first episode Sunday, and 7.1 million HBO subscribers tuned in to the three airings of the new drama that night. That marks the best numbers for a debut on the paycaster since "Deadwood" premiered after an episode...