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2008-12-30 16:45:53

Actor Blair Underwood says that, although there has been no official announcement, his U.S. television show Dirty Sexy Money has been canceled. As far as I'm concerned, we're not doing any more shows, Underwood told E! Online. ABC officially doesn't want to use the C-word -- canceled -- but we're not on the schedule. I would pretty much say we're canceled. Underwood's other small-screen credits include L.A. Law and In Treatment.

2008-09-29 21:00:22

By Chuck Barney ABC is hitting the "reset" button with its entire Wednesday lineup, all the while hoping that absence really does make the heart grow fonder. "Pushing Daisies,""Private Practice" and "Dirty Sexy Money" -- remember them? -- return after being packed away in cold storage since last December. That's when the freshman dramas, along with a lot of other shows, left the air because of the writers' strike. But unlike most of those other shows, this trio did not bounce back to...

2008-09-17 16:51:23

By MARK A. PERIGARD Forget Christmas, summer vacation, your birthday or even Halloween. This is the happiest time of the year. Sure, there's that whole new fall season finally shifting into full metal gear next week, post-Emmys. But let's be honest, and I say this as someone who builds his life around TV, premiere season is like going on 40 blind dates and only 1 in 10 is someone you'd even consider meeting again, much less getting serious with. In this, the prelude to fall season,...

2008-09-17 00:00:19

By Neal Justin The most intriguing characters of fall TV include a geek with a computer in his head and lust in his heart; a gun-toting mom trying to protect her son from time-traveling killers, and a skilled doctor with a less-than-McDreamy social life. Sound familiar? "Chuck,""Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,""Private Practice" and five other dramas that debuted last year are being promoted like spankin' new series in an unambitious fall lineup that also includes remakes of...

2008-08-27 06:00:33

By Gary Levin When Dirty Sexy Money returns, viewers will sort out the shenanigans of its sprawling cast, led by the rich Darlings. But producers have already sorted out the divided loyalties of the characters. The tuneup, not uncommon for a new show, was helped by the long break imposed by the writers' strike, which has kept TV Dirty-free since December. The soapy series veers "from being deeply emotional to really over-the-top, sometimes in the same scene," says executive producer...

2008-08-27 06:00:33

By Gary Levin The problem with ABC's Dirty Sexy Money wasn't the money: The Darling family at its center seemed to have plenty of it. It just wasn't dirty or sexy enough. After just 10 episodes, some false starts and a few producers, the show is poised to return Oct. 1, hoping to reclaim its promise as "Dynasty on steroids," as co-star William Baldwin calls the series. "We felt we were about 50% (there) in the way we nailed the show creatively" last season, says ABC Entertainment...

2008-07-26 18:00:27

Matthew Gross will remain co-executive producer of the U.S. TV series Dirty Sexy Money thanks to a three-year deal, series officials say. Fellow Executive Producer Greg Berlanti said under the seven-figure deal with ABC Studios, Gross will continue to bring his amazing work ethic to the production, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday. He makes the impossible possible on a daily basis -- and he does it with an amazing work ethic and bright attitude, Berlanti said of his fellow producer....

2008-07-18 06:00:36

By Robert Bianco and Gary Levin LOS ANGELES -- When executive producers get together, in front of television writers, what do they talk about? Troubles, surprises and plans -- though not in too much detail. Thursday, Shonda Rhimes, creator of Grey's Anatomy (and Private Practice, but more about that later), said she "found it surprising" when Katherine Heigl publicly blamed weak story lines for her decision to withdraw from Emmy contention. "I didn't feel insulted," Rhimes said,...

Word of the Day
  • A large punch-bowl of the eighteenth century, usually of silver and with a movable rim, and decorated with flutings and a scalloped edge. It was also used for cooling and carrying wine-glasses.
  • A kind of cotton handkerchief having white spots on a colored ground, the spots being produced by a chemical which discharges the color.
This word is possibly named after Monteith (Monteigh), 'an eccentric 17th-century Scotsman who wore a cloak scalloped at the hem.'