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Kate Winslet to Star in HBO's 'Mildred Pierce'

by Scott Harris, posted Feb 12th 2010 10:00AM
We hope her library card is up to date, because Kate Winslet is about to hit the books again.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Winslet, who two years ago graced the screen with her Academy Award-winning performance in 'The Reader,' is once again turning to the written word for inspiration and will next take on the title role in the novel adaptation 'Mildred Pierce,' which has been picked up by HBO after months of rumors and negotiations.

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Michael C. Hall, Mad Men score Golden Globe awards

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jan 18th 2010 2:00AM
Mad Men, Golden Globes 2010
Did your favorite actors and TV shows score Golden Globe awards tonight? Let's take a look at how things shook out in the TV categories at the 67th Annual Golden Globes.

Mad Men, Best Television Series - Drama.
With competition from Big Love, Dexter, House, and True Blood, I'm really glad I wasn't picking the winner here. They're all fantastic. I wouldn't say that True Blood delivered its best episodes last season, so I don't have a problem with that one not winning (though I'm a big fan of the show). Mad Men is definitely deserving (especially the "lawn mower" episode), although Dexter and Big Love both had great seasons.

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'30 Rock,' 'Grey Gardens,' 'Mad Men' Lead Emmy Nominations & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Jul 16th 2009 11:00AM
30 Rock'30 Rock' was the big winner at this morning's Emmy nominations. The hit NBC comedy series earned a record-setting 22 nominations, more than any other program this year.

Also in the news today: NBC cancels 'The Listener,' while swapping 'Parenthood' with 'Mercy' following Maura Tierney's illness.

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.

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What to Watch Weekend April 18-19

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 18th 2009 5:00AM
Sit Down Shut Up'Sit Down, Shut Up'
(Sun., 8:30PM, Fox) series premiere
It's not the return of 'Arrested Development,' but there are plenty of familiar voices in this new 'toon from 'Arrested' creator Mitch Hurwitz.

The show revolves around the wacky faculty members of Knob Haven High, a northeast high school with money issues, ornery students and teachers with plenty of angst of their own.

Among them: Will Arnett as bodybuilder/English teacher Ennis Hofftard, Jason Bateman as gym teacher Larry Littlejunk, Kenan Thompson as Principal Sue Sezno (who always "says no"), Will Forte as Vice Principal Proszakian, who uses the drugs he confiscates from students' lockers, and Henry Winkler as suicidal German teacher Mr. Deutschebog.


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