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Louis C.K. is on a roll. In just over a year he has won two Emmys, a Grammy, and was named the funniest person of 2013 by Rolling Stone. In the midst of these successes he has also been conducting an experiment in independent distribution.
It’s good to have the gang back.
AMC's Emmy-sweeping series has been lauded as groundbreaking, but in its sixth season premiere this Sunday, Draper and Co. are following in the same sandy footsteps of a longstanding TV tradition: the special Hawaii episode
On Sunday, April 6, the 6th season of Mad Men debuts in a special two-hour episode. Even with DVRs and time-shifting technologies, discerning fans of cable drama will have to decide: Mad Men or Game of Thrones.
Take a peek at the dyspeptic comedian's new IFC series
Airing tonight on PBS, "Philip Roth: Unmasked" offers a closer look at Roth and his world of agita and rage, of libido and ego run amok, but the portrait feels far from definitive.
Ernest Borgnine heads up the R&D division of the LAPD
Portrayed by with great comic aplomb by Jim Parsons, Sheldon Cooper is brilliant, demanding, supercilious, persnickety, and impossible not to watch. Cats, behavioral training, and more. Bazinga!
Didn't score tickets? The clever people at the Paley Center are offering a livestream so you won't miss out on your favorite show's panel
The history of Los Angeles as told through 232 objects.