5 items from 2015
Hopefully, you’ve had a few minutes to play around with our Fall Entertainment Generator. But if you’re looking for straight and simple lists of things to look out for by medium, we’ll be breaking them out separately. Here’s a look at fall art exhibitions and installations.September 9/2Charles SwedlundThrough 10/3, Higher PicturesThe legendary octogenarian photographer trained with masters of abstraction Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. 9/9“Katherine Bernhardt: Pablo & Efrain”Through, 10/24, Venus Over Manhattan Sensual color and compositional jam-ups of everyday objects, all rendered with the magical eye of a Berber rug. — Jerry Saltz 9/10“Dana Schutz: Fight in an Elevator” Through 10/24, Petzel GallerySchutz’s colorful abstracted figural pictorial structure does with space and composition what Brice Marden does with his looping lines. — J.S. Mike Kelley Through 10/24, Hauser & WirthKelley’s Kandors — late works that borrow their name from the capital of Superman’s home planet and take shape »
- Ian Epstein
Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of Sunday night's Revenge series finale. It was always promised, going back to original Revenge creator Mike Kelley, that the nighttime soap series would end with two graves. Amanda Clarke aka Emily Thorne was always bound to off the dynasty nemesis who plagued her life, Hamptons queen bee Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe), but we never knew who that second body would be lying next to Victoria. Logically, fans always thought it… »
“Revenge” was one of those intriguing pilots that by all rights should have birthed a limited series, or at least truncated seasons. Instead, ABC and the producers milked the show through the equivalent of a full presidential term, which meant boarding the train to Silly-ville some time ago, hoping plenty of steam would compensate for (or perhaps obscure) some of the more laughable twists and turns. All that came to an end Sunday, in a series finale that, not unexpectedly, overheated a dish best served cold.
For all the twists and turns, the last episode (and Spoiler Alert if you haven’t watched) managed to be wholly predictable, granting Amanda Clarke (Emily VanCamp) a happy ending with her long-postponed coupling with Jack (Nick Wechsler) — a guy who, if you think about it, has a strange habit of romancing women named Amanda Clarke.
It didn’t help that several key members »
- Brian Lowry
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Question: I am sure you are getting bombarded with Grey’s Anatomy questions, but after Thursday’s episode I’m a little confused: I could’ve sworn Patrick Dempsey signed a two-year contract with ABC last year. What gives? —Laura
Ausiello: Four things: (1) Yes, it’s true, he signed a contract last year that was supposed to carry him through a potential Season 12. (2) Contracts are made to be broken. (3) Contracts tend to give networks/studios the “option” to »
As we delve deeper into the second half of Revenge‘s fourth — and potentially final — season, we find ourselves wondering: Will everyone soon know Emily’s secret? How will characters’ loyalties shift? And, of course, who will live to find out?
TVLine caught up with four of Revenge‘s key players for the scoop…
Jack V. Black | Is Daniel saving a spot for Jack in Revenge heaven? Nick Wechsler tells TVLine we should be “fairly worried” about the Hamptons’ new rookie cop, as Malcolm Black is “going to come after whoever it is that [killed Kate]. I’ll be honest, he’s coming after me. »
5 items from 2015
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