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NEW YORK -- CBS unveiled its complete fall schedule Wednesday, and the network's prime-time lineup for 2013-14 includes fewer repeats, a trend also seen at Fox and NBC. Known for its stable of high-performing multi-camera sitcoms, CBS is also slowly...
"Criminal Minds," one of CBS' most solid procedurals, has been renewed for its ninth season. The drama about a team of profilers from the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit will return with its cast intact, including leads Joe Mantegna and Thomas Gibson....
NBC sent out five episodes of its "Silence of the Lambs" prequel "Hannibal," and although the reasons to stop watching (when in doubt, impale a woman!) too often outweighed the reasons to continue (Hugh Dancy, tracked by a dangerous dream deer), I...
NEW YORK — On a soundstage in an industrial Brooklyn neighborhood, Tom Selleck sits at the head of a prop-heavy dinner table filled with three generations of actors. As a crew goes about its preparations, there's little wisdom that Selleck won't...
You just can't keep a good cannibal down. More than three decades after he first murdered and chomped his way to pop culture infamy, sophisticated serial murderer Hannibal Lecter is back, alive and well-fed. And although he has gone from the big...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesJames Marsters — the actor behind the peroxide-haired punk rock vampire Spike in Joss Whedon's long-running series “Buffy the Vampire ......
To any viewer who thinks "Sons of Anarchy" is too violent, consider the bright side: At least the castration scene got … um … deleted. Kurt Sutter, creator of the drama about a California motorcycle gang, presented the idea of showing a...
John Corbett is getting into the CBS procedural game. The actor will star in the network's potential "NCIS: LA" spinoff. In "NCIS: Red," a mobile teams of agents are forced to live and work together as they solve crimes around the country. The back-door...
After the coffee. Before making sure my electric bill is paid up. The Skinny: I wonder if that blackout during the Super Bowl would have been as much fun without Twitter around for people to crack jokes and stay interested in the game. I just hope...
One of the newest hot spots for filming in the San Fernando Valley is a 71-acre former retirement community featuring lodge-style residences and medical buildings, surrounded by oaks, redwoods and pines, on the edge of the Angeles National Forest —...
Recent mass shootings in Colorado and Connecticut are forcing television executives to justify the escalating violence on the small screen that critics contend glorify or, worse, fuel real-world killings. Later this month, Fox Broadcasting unfurls a...
With its top-rated slate of gritty law enforcement dramas, CBS entertainment President Nina Tassler took her turn defending the network’s schedule against rising concerns about the entertainment industry’s role in societal violence. Like her...
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