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Noah Wyle And 'Justified' Creator Graham Yost Are Teaming Up For A World War II Series On FX

Noah Wyle had all the makings of a star. He was a handsome, charismatic lead on one of the biggest shows on television, E.R. (which should be added to Netflix Instant — papa needs his Romano getting his arm chopped off by a helicopter). 241 more words


'Justified's' Graham Yost and Noah Wyle Developing Pre-WWII Limited Series at FX (EXCLUSIVE)

“Justified” creator/showrunner Graham Yost has teamed with actor Noah Wyle for a limited series at FX examining the political battles in the U.S. over the decision to enter World War II. 152 more words


Pirates of Silicon Valley

I had to laugh when I read the recent reports of the Sony e-mail hack. Apparently mega-producer Scott Rudin was in a tizzy over who would direct his new biopic about Steve Jobs. 479 more words

TV Movies

Why "The Librarians" is important

Recently, I was briefly able to overcome my grief over Leverage having ended (no, I’m still not over it. Don’t anyone touch me.) by immersing myself in Dean Devlin’s new show, The Librarians. 581 more words

Personal Reflections

The World Made Straight

The Civil War is rarely referenced in feature length films nowadays. The extremely violent war seems to be brought to screen only if it’s in a documentary. 533 more words


 Greetings again from the darkness. The Hatfields and McCoys family feud has long been a favorite topic and inspiration for literary and film projects. Lesser known, but ultimately more tragic and historically vital, is the 1863 Shelton Laurel Massacre during the Civil War. 435 more words


'The Librarians' season finale recap: Fate is what we make of it

Season 1 | Episode 10 | “And the Loom of Fate” | Aired Jan 18, 2015

In the season finale of The Librarians, the Librarian and the Guardian jump timelines. 1,269 more words