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  • Review: 'Bad Teacher' pleasantly softens as a CBS sitcom

    Review: 'Bad Teacher' pleasantly softens as a CBS sitcom
    Based on the 2011 Cameron Diaz film of the same name, "Bad Teacher" is something of a novelty on CBS, a single-camera comedy in a sea of old-fashioned multicamera, feel-the-hilarity sitcoms like "The Big Bang Theory," "Two Broke Girls" and "Mike & Molly." ("The Crazy Ones," whose time slot "Bad Teacher" will occupy, cracked that mold this season but did not break it.)
  • Matthew Rhys is as intriguing as his character on 'The Americans'

    Matthew Rhys is as intriguing as his character on 'The Americans'
    In person, Welsh actor Matthew Rhys is charmingly evasive. Rather than offering long-winded answers about himself, Rhys is just as likely to respond to a question with another question, a tendency which makes it easier to understand how he effortlessly...

    HBO sells reruns of hit shows to Amazon's Prime Instant Video

    HBO sells reruns of hit shows to Amazon's Prime Instant Video
    HBO has cut a deal to sell reruns of many of its hit shows to Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Instant Video platform. Among the programs  that will be made available on Amazon's Prime Instant Video streaming service are "The Sopranos," "Six Feet Under," "The...

    Aaron Sorkin apologizes for 'The Newsroom'

    Aaron Sorkin apologizes for 'The Newsroom'
    Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama "The Newsroom" has one more season, but before it leaves the air, the show's creator wanted to clear the air with his fans. And he took a moment during an event at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Monday to do just that....

    Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime

     Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime
    In this age of try-anything television, it's difficult to understand why Lifetime chose to cram the Terry McMillan novel "A Day Late and a Dollar Short" into a single made-for-TV movie. Rich with plot and pathos that address difficult issues,...