Douglas J. Rowe


The End of The Prisoner: Who Is No. 1?

The Prisoner

In the old and new versions of The Prisoner, Six wants Two to answer the burning question: Who is No. 1?

In AMC's updated six-part version of the '60s cult classic, an answer comes from a schoolgirl in Monday's Episode 3. Her rote response sounds as if it's had been drummed into her head:

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Edward Woodward of The Equalizer dies at 79

Edward Woodward

Edward Woodward, who had a long career on stage and in movies but is probably best remembered for the TV series The Equalizer, died Monday at 79.

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Caviezel and McKellen Explain AMC's Reimagining of The Prisoner

The Prisoner - Ian McKellen, Jim Cavievel

The Prisoner has held its fans captive for two generations. Now, a new generation will see a new version, this one starring Ian McKellen and Jim Caviezel.

Neither of the men who played Gandalf and Jesus were hesitant to tackle Patrick McGoohan's revered cult classic, but...

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Lautner, Swift Remain Coy About Relationship

Taylor Lautner, Taylor Swift

Taylor Lautner and Taylor Swift have been having fun with the stories that speculate about whether they're dating but they're not confirming anything ... read more

Taylor Swift Alludes to Kanye Once — Once!

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift could've — but she didn't.

Defying expectations raised earlier in the week, the 19-year-old singer opted against using the bully pulpit of Saturday Night Live's opening monologue — or any subsequent skits — to hit back hard at Kanye West, read more

Glenn Beck Has Surgery for Appendicitis

Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck suffered from appendicitis during his radio show Wednesday and had to undergo surgery, a Fox News Channel spokeswoman said.

She said... read more

Leno Says He'd Return to 11:35 If Asked

Jay Leno

Jay Leno likened himself to a boxer who can take body blows and go the distance in an interview with Broadcasting & Cable, counterpunching criticisms about his ratings and his stranglehold on NBC's 10 o'clock slot on weeknights. He also said he would return to 11:35 p.m. — if asked.

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Female Writer Recalls Hostile Workplace at Late Night; Calls for More Diversity

David Letterman

One of the few women to write for Late Night with David Letterman recalls a hostile, sexually charged workplace when she worked for the show in the late '80s.

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Jeff Dunham Sets Ratings Record for Comedy Central

Jeff Dunham

The Jeff Dunham Show debut drew 5.3 million viewers, making it the most-watched series premiere in Comedy Central's history.

Even though critics said it was a laugh-free comedy for dummies, the show on Thursday also posted records for a Comedy Central series premiere in the adults 18-to-49 demographic with a 2.6 rating.

Variety and The Hollywood Reporter noted that Dunham has done well in the past with specials. He set a ratings record with a special... read more

Sheriff Calls Balloon Boy a "Hoax," Specifies Criminal Charges

Heene Family

The sheriff investigating the Balloon Boy incident said Sunday it was a "hoax" and a "publicity stunt" the boy's parents hoped to parlay into a reality TV show, and promised that charges would be presented to the local district attorney's office. read more

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