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“Who Do You Think You Are?” was given a second chance by TLC after NBC cancelled the series last year, and now it looks like the unscripted family history program has become a new mainstay on cable…
There are no surprises — just lots of good, old-fashioned scenery chewing — in John Wells' splendid film version of Tracy Letts' acid-tongued Broadway triumph.
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The holidays have come and gone, but Illumination is already at work on bringing a classic Christmas anti-hero to the bigscreen, as the toon shop is developing "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole…
"Breaking Bad," "Downton Abbey, "Game of Thrones," "Homeland" and "Mad Men" received nominations in episodic drama for the 2013 Producers Guild Awards.
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View the multi-nomination scorecard Outstanding Comedy Series“The Big Bang Theory” – CBS – Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television“Curb Your Enthusiasm” – HBO – HBO…
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Watered-down tone causes the movie to drift dramatically between its musical and dance sequences.
Over the past 15 years, the broadcast networks have demanded shorter main-title sequences, preferring to jump into the action faster and thus reduce the chance that viewers will flip to another…
Unfolding like a better-than-average episode of a first-rate TV police procedural, "Untraceable" is a satisfying slice of solidly crafted meat-and-potatoes filmmaking.