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Community and NBC Lead Critics' Choice Television Award Nominations

Community

Here's some good news, Community fans: The NBC comedy earned six Critics' Choice Television Awards nominations Tuesday, the most of any show. read more

Ask Matt: Thrones, Mad Men, NCIS, Rumpelstiltskin and More

Alfie Allen

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Question: With Game of Thrones wrapping up, and with last week's utterly spellbinding "Blackwater" episode, do you think the show has a better chance of being nominated for and winning an Emmy for best drama? I know the powers that be don't usually go for this ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Downton Abbey's New Dame

Shirley MacLaine

Academy Award winner Shirley MacLaine is embracing the small screen, joining PBS' Downton Abbey in Season 3, which premieres early next year. Shirley appears in the first two episodes as... read more

Game of Thrones' Rose Leslie: Ygritte Will Soften Toward Jon Snow

Rose Leslie

"You know nothing, Jon Snow," the wilding Ygritte tells the bastard son of Ned Stark on Game of Thrones.

She's right. The young man has led a relatively sheltered life up to now, but on Sunday's episode (9/8c, HBO), he'll get some hard lessons knocked into his naturally curly head by Ygritte's wilding friends. "Now the tables are turned, you see. She's no longer his prisoner," Rose Leslie, who plays Ygritte, tells TVGuide.com. "I'm very, very happy that the power has shifted back to me.

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Ask Matt: The B----'s Beek, Sherlock, Bones, Smash, Revenge

James Van Der Beek

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Question: What do you think of James Van Der Beek's chances of scoring a supporting actor Emmy nod for Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23? Can you think of another instance when an actor was nominated for an Emmy for playing a fictionalized version of themselves? — Michael

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Weekend TV Roundup: Sherlock, Rock ’n' Roll, Comedy Awards and More

Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch

"Brainy's the new sexy."

Didn't we always know that? But how nice to have it reconfirmed — by none other than Irene Adler (Lara Pulver), the only woman ever known to render the great and arrogant Sherlock Holmes speechless. read more

Ask Matt: Sherlock, Killing, Fringe, Revenge, Ringer, NCIS

Glenn Close

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Question: Thanks for your intelligent and frankly hilarious reviews! I especially love that you highlight lesser known but completely fantastic gems on networks like PBS! I'm thrilled the days of sub-par, toast-dry programming on PBS seem to be slowly going the way of the Titanic. Query: Are my Brit-Geek friends and I the only ones this side of the pond absolutely chomping at the bit for the month of May and the return of BBC's Sherlock on PBS' Masterpiece Mystery? Obviously, I'm biased, but ... read more

Weekend TV in Review: Fringe, Nikita, Birdsong on Masterpiece

Maggie Q

Starting this weekend's busy roundup with a few items from TV's cult corner, by which I mean Friday night TV on Fox and The CW, which each offered up an advance screener.
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Weekend TV in Review: Game of Thrones, The Killing, Great Expectations and More

Carice van Houton and Stephen Dillane

No fooling, this April Fool's TV weekend has something for just about everyone.

Starting with the long-awaited (though not nearly as long as Mad Men made us wait) second season of HBO's masterful epic fantasy Game of Thrones (Sunday, 9/8c). read more

Downton Abbey Finale Earns Biggest PBS Ratings in Three Years

Downton Abbey, Maggie Smith and Hugh Boneville

The Season 2 finale of Downton Abbey on PBS drew a whopping 5.4 million viewers in its first airing to post the network's biggest audience in nearly three years.

The two-hour closer was PBS' most-watched program since ...
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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
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Premise: PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

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