In some respects, Claire Danes is lucky that her breakthrough role, in the ABC drama "My So-Called Life," was at least a decade ahead of its time. Danes was in her mid-teens when the series premiered…
My So-Called Life
Winnie Holzman is the Emmy-nominated creator of "My So-Called Life," which ran from 1994-95 on ABC. She was also a writer for "Thirtysomething" and "Once and Again," wrote the book for the Broadway…
They've been husband and wife for nearly 30 years, and now, thanks to “Assisted Living,” being given its world premiere at L.A.'s Odyssey Theater, Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley are co-authors and…
Jason Katims' first TV gig was writing for the acclaimed single-season teen drama "My So-Called Life." Ever since then, he's been fascinated with depicting adolescence at its fullest and most…
For Claire Danes, jumping from movies back into a TV series, and her first since 1995's "My So-Called Life," was not a tough call.
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Sensitively done and consistently touching, the most endearing show of summer pops up on ABC Family.
Claire Danes offers tour de force turn in this HBO pic.
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