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By AARON BARNHART By Aaron Barnhart McClatchy Newspapers BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
LOS ANGELES - Basic cable TV looked more like a pop-culture bargain Thursday as AMC's Mad Men and FX's Damages snared historic best-series Emmy nominations, while stars from cable's less glamorous channels also made a splash in major acting categories.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. _ When does a weird, way-out-there show like "Lost" influence a soapy suburban serial like "Desperate Housewives"? When the creator of the soapy show is desperately looking for something to shake things up.
By JANICE RHOSHALLE LITTLEJOHN BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - The women of Wisteria Lane may have only a few more years to resolve their assorted problems.
By Robert Philpot BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- The Emmy Award nominations got so many things right this year, it takes a while to realize what they missed -- and what they missed is more a symptom of how wide open the field has become.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. _ The Emmy Award nominations got so many things right this year, it takes a while to realize what they missed _ and what they missed is more a symptom of how wide open the field has become.
By Gary Levin Bree, back with Orson, is a self-made Martha Stewart type. Lynette's kids are in trouble with the law. Gaby, now frumpy, has kids. And Susan has a new beau.
By GREG HERNANDEZ Heather Locklear has never really generated many tabloid headlines -- despite marriages to two rock stars -- as she's gone from hit show to hit show, including "Dynasty,""T.J. Hooker,""Melrose Place" and "Spin City" over more than 25 years of stardom.
By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Will
By John Gaudiosi SAN FRANCISCO (Hollywood Reporter) - Games based on movies are common, but only recently have interactive entertainment companies turned to TV shows for their inspiration.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.