J.J. Abrams had barely entered puberty when Hollywood first took notice of his storytelling skills.
Midway through the pilot for NBC's midseason epic "Kingpin," a Mexican drug lord cheerfully feeds a DEA agent's leg to his pet tiger. "It's really not that big a deal," says show creator David Mills.
"Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has a small beef with her network -- but not over anything you might think.
Sure, there had been tons of cop shows prior to "NYPD Blue," but nowhere in those earlier incarnations could an alcoholic detective be found telling the district attorney, "Listen to this, you pissy…
Once upon a time, there were three beautiful women -- and they helped change TV forever.
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Daily Variety asked several dozen TV critics across the nation to register their opinion on hourlong dramas throughout the history of the medium.
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We love to hate. Unscrupulous, incorrigible, bad-to-the-bone characters -- whether it's a neo-Nazi prisoner or a rotten boss -- make every skein more fun.
Reagan. Martha Quinn. McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney & Kuzak. Forever etched in minds as icons of the 1980s, "L.A. Law" took the me-first attitude of the decade -- added a little California sun and sex…