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The Baltimore SunIn a battle of the television behemoths, it came down to Baltimore versus New Jersey. Or was it street thugs versus the mafia? Maybe was just Omar against Tony. In any event, the website Vulture.com has had some fun recently, March Madness style,...
CNNThe most influential show in the history of television never finished a season among the 20 most popular programs in the Nielsen ratings. In its most popular season, "Hill Street Blues," which ran from 1981 to 1987, came in 21st place. And yet, according...
With a reported $100 million price tag and a big-name star like Kevin Spacey, "House of Cards" looks like a drama series that should be headed for HBO or AMC. But the 13 one-hour episodes that start filming in Baltimore in March under the direction of...
NEW YORK (AP) — There was bold talk right after 9/11 that TV would emerge from this trauma sadder but wiser. That TV would be steeled with a higher sense of purpose than had characterized it the previous half-century. Baloney. Soon enough, the flow...
The Hartford CourantStephen Girasuolo wants you to know that "Orange Alert"is not a play about 9/11. But it has haunting echoes of that tragic date as it follows six troubled people who work around Ground Zero, living their present-day lives in a state of suspended...
Zap2ItLovers of classic television always are game to hear the people who made it talk about it. After its two "Pioneers of Television" documentaries, PBS returns to that turf with "America in Primetime," a four-week series filled with familiar actors and...
Staff reporterA veteran wiseguy actor is using his celebrity and his real life brush with the law to steer troubled kids away from crime. Anthony Borgese, who goes by the stage name Tony Darrow, is best known for his roles in the movie "Goodfellas" and on television...
Zap2ItLen Cariou, who plays the patriarch of the Reagans on CBS' "Blue Bloods," is one of those actors who seems so familiar. He should. He's been racking up TV and film credits since 1977 and has been a steady presence on Broadway since 1968. Yet it's as...
Amidst a rough economic time, the entertainment business has taken a big hit. People are cutting back when it comes to entertainment, from downloading fewer songs on iTunes to going to the movies less often. Consequently, television has become an...
Zap2ItMichael Imperioli became noticed as Spider, whom Joe Pesci's character shoots in the foot, in "GoodFellas." Spider tended bar for mobsters. Though there were many parts in between, Imperioli became famous playing Christopher, Tony Soprano's driver,...
Tribune ReporterRicky Gervais, 49, British comedian and star of movies such as "The Invention of Lying," may joke onstage, but he is serious about comedy. "I do this because I can't not do it," Gervais said in an interview in October while in town filming his second HBO...
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