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|LOW WINTER SUN||AMC||Completed||2012-2013|
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AMC Networks' Sundance Channel Global is set to bow Chris Mundy's Detroit-set crime drama “Low Winter Sun” on its flagship channel in Central and Eastern Europe, Spain, Portugal and Asia. The…
The Writers Guild of America has amped up its battle with NBC's documentary-reality operation Peacock Prods., taking its unionization case to Comcast/NBCU topper Stephen Burke.
It's hard to think of a more compelling combination than the British duo of Mark Strong and Lennie James, and their pairing alone (sans accents) is enough to recommend checking out "Low Winter Sun,"…
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There's a strong whiff of the workshop about this Atlantic production of "The Jammer," an endearing oddball of a show by Rolin Jones (a TV scribe on shows including "Weeds," "Friday Night Lights" and…
The Atlantic Theater Company has filled the cast of its upcoming production of Rolin Jones' "The Jammer" with a slew of Off Broadway regulars, including Patch Darragh, Christopher Jackson and Jeanine…
After the scintillating highs and surprises of its second season, "Boardwalk Empire" returns following a passage of time, which can always be a trifle unsettling.
There's a lot to like in "Smash," a new NBC drama chronicling the launch of a show about Marilyn Monroe, and the various parties -- including two appealing ingenues vying for the lead -- drawn into…
When Rolin Jones considers his television writing career, the L.A. native feels a debt of gratitude to those theater scribes who made good in TV land before him.
AMC's "Breaking Bad," ABC's "Modern Family" and NBC's "30 Rock" led the way with three nominations apiece in the TV heat for the 2011 Writers Guild Awards.