4 items from 2013
He is making a 13-part series for CBS, the network for whom he previously developed it in 2002. It is expected to broadcast in 2014.
Battle Creek tells the story of two detectives in the Michigan town of the same name who have contrasting approaches to law enforcement – to do it by the book, or by whatever means necessary. »
- John Plunkett
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Bradley Manning found not guilty of aiding the enemy, guilty of most other counts
Harry Styles On Being Bisexual: ‘I’m Pretty Sure I’m Not’
Josh Hartnett and Eva Green will star in the Showtime “literary horror” series Penny Dreadful, which will “feature Dr. Frankenstein and his creature, Dorian Gray and iconic figures from the Dracula novel.”
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Will Los Angeles Sever ‘Sister City’ Ties to Anti-Gay St. Petersburg, Russia?
On Thursday, Minnesota will become the 12th state to recognize same-sex marriages, but 42 years ago in the same state, Jack Baker and Michael McConnell became what is believed to be the first gay couple to legally wed in the U. »
There’s been a lot of doom and gloom in the Geek Girl columns of late. I blame some of that on winter TV. Networks seem to run shows that are darker and more depressing during the winter. This isn’t to say that I couldn’t find some happier fare if I just set my mind to looking for it, but so much of it seems so inane that I end up losing interest pretty easily.
One of the things that I do seem to end up watching frequently are cop shows and procedural dramas. That’s no surprise, given the columns about “Castle” and “Elementary” earlier. It’s not a preference that I trouble myself over too much. I’ve also established that I am a fan of the genre blender. Mash-ups, especially those that seem unlikely but still manage to work have a way of drawing me in like nothing else. »
No doubt here — House creator David Shore is on his way back to primetime. ABC has handed a pilot order to Doubt, a legal drama written and executive produced by Shore. The project, from Sony TV where Shore is under a deal, centers on a former cop who’s now a cunning, but charming low-rent lawyer who uses his street smarts to work the system for his clients while battling his own demons and wooing his ex-wife. Related: Dramas From Kyle Killen, Sofia Vergara & Ben Silverman Get ABC Pilot Pickups Doubt originally landed at ABC with a pilot production commitment after heated bidding between ABC and CBS. It marks Shore’s return to his legal roots. He is a lawyer by trade and former partner at a boutique law firm in Toronto. A legal drama script, an L.A. Law spec, landed him his first writing job on Paul Haggis’ Due South. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
4 items from 2013
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