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If viewers are losing interest in broadcast TV, what can lure them back? Executives hope they have an answer: stars. Lifting the curtain on their 2013-14 schedules at the "upfronts" in New York this week, the networks behaved like smartphone-...
NBC is adding three new dramas to its 2013-14 lineup: "The Blacklist," "Ironside" and "Dracula." "The Blacklist," which will air at 10 p.m. Mondays, stars James Spader, formerly of "Boston Legal," "The Practice" and "The Office." The show is a crime...
NEW YORK -- NBC is hoping that sitcom pros Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes can conjure their magic once more. The beleaguered network announced its 2013-14 lineup Sunday with a focus on restocking its dwindling comedy pantry. "The Office" and "30 Rock"...
Kerry Washington is looking pretty enviable on the cover of June's Elle magazine. The "Scandal" star is proclaimed by the fashion mag to be "the hottest woman on TV." The ABC political drama in which she plays White House PR maven Olivia Pope, who has a...
Hot seats don't come much hotter than the one at center stage of TNT's new medical series "Monday Mornings." Anchoring the drama are the morbidity and mortality forums in which doctors at fictional Chelsea General Hospital face-off against their...
The Hero ComplexYou know a show has become a part of the pop-culture consciousness when someone attends Comic-Con dressed as a character from the series. By that test, Fox's "Human Target" has officially made it: A woman actually turned up as Jackie......
Henry Gibson, a veteran character actor who came to fame in the late 1960s as the flower-holding poet on TV's landmark satirical comedy show "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In," has died. He was 73. Gibson died late Monday night at his home in Malibu after a...
Rene LynchTNT's new drama series “Trust Me” revolves around the chemistry between Mason and Conner, best friends who find their lives upended at a treacherous Chicago-based ad agency. So it was a bit of a risky move for Eric McCormack and Tom...
Tuesday was the second day of the weeklong "upfronts" held in New York City where the major television networks gather annually to present their new programming to media buyers. NEW YORK -- As expected, ABC President of Entertainment Steve McPherson...
Hollywood's queen of home restoration, Diane Keaton, has listed a Beverly Hills Spanish Colonial Revival at $11,995,000. The Oscar-winning Keaton buys and refurbishes Los Angeles-area homes. This one, originally designed in 1927 by architect Ralph...
By handing out five nominations to HBO's "In Treatment" -- the most for any series -- the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. demonstrated Thursday that it wants to live up to its reputation as a tastemaker. But, apparently, only to a point. Omitted from this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersA day after Hollywood's writers went out on strike, the major studios are hitting back with plans to suspend scores of long-term deals with television production companies, jeopardizing the jobs of hundreds of rank-and-file employees whose names never...
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