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Zap2ItIf you thought CBS already had one of broadcast television's darkest hours, get ready for an extra dose. In its sixth season, "Criminal Minds" is spawning a spinoff, with another Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI using special talents to track and...
Zap2ItAngela Lansbury wrapped up her long weekly run as mystery novelist Jessica Fletcher with this year of the CBS show, which may not be as familiar since the series had been moved from its traditional Sunday slot to Thursdays. The cases here take Jessica to...
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Gold DerbyThere's a curious trend in category placement at the Emmys this year. Lots of female stars who were formerly competing in the supporting slot have promoted themselves — wisely or foolishly — to lead. Lots of the moves, let's just say, aren't wise...
Special to The TimesWoodbridge Park is Studio City without as much flash. The cars aren't as fancy, the clothes aren't as showy and the homes aren't as ritzy, but affluence is still the standard for those who call this neighborhood home. Beginnings Over the last century,...
You could call it a shorts sale. Tom Lennon, the pants-averse Lt. Jim Dangle on Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" (2003-09), and his actress wife, Jenny Robertson, have purchased a Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000. The seller was "ER" actress Maura...
Hollywood deal-making lawyer Peter Nelson has listed his Bel-Air estate for sale at $5,995,000 or for lease at $14,000 a month. The gated traditional has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and sits on nearly 1.75 private acres. It has mature sycamores,...
Tags: Property, The Hollywood Reporter
Special to The TimesWhen I was a kid, I lied a lot. Lying, for me, was easier than learning to tie my shoes. I could tell lies like my best friend, Dave, could eat French fries — by the fistful. When I was in junior high school, I used to cut class and take the bus...
Diane Winston, Knight chair in media and religion at USC, can be reached at email@example.com.IF REAL LIFE wasn't tough enough for the Episcopal Church — an IRS investigation of a parish, secession threats, gender and sexuality controversies — a new television program depicts a priest in freefall. According to "The Book of Daniel,"...
TRIBUNE CRITICFor its first half hour or so, David Mamet's new Oval Office farce "November" is funny. Howlingly funny. This is partly because this Broadway show's singular star, Nathan Lane, has finally been cast in a role that allows him to harness his legendary...
Zap2It.comPhew. It's finally here - the best new show of the season. After weeks of lackluster shows and retreads of things we've already seen before comes a show with a fresh new spin on storytelling, an innovative premise, stellar performances and lots of...
Zap2It.comGo ahead. We dare you. Just try to figure out the Emmy voters. Sunday (Aug. 27) night's 58th Annual Primetime Emmy ceremony is bound to have critics undecided as to whether they should be overjoyed or frustrated by the TV Academy's choices. On one hand,...
Zap2It.comLast Thursday I came home and my TiVo was having an identity crisis. It was so confused -- how could it not be taping anything on a Thursday night? Did I not care about it any more? Had it done something wrong? I'm not going to lie to you. The whole thing...
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