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Zurich: Glenn Close on Patty Hewes, Alex Forrest, Albert Nobbs and Cruella de Vil

The veteran actress, in Zurich to receive the festival's Golden Icon award, spoke about 25 years of playing strong, complicated women.

‘Bloodline’ Creator Todd Kessler on Working With Netflix, Shooting in Florida

The 'Damages' creator spoke at the Serie Series summit outside of Paris about mosquitos, alligators and other challenges of working in the Florida Keys, as well as the future for traditional TV…

Bar-Hopping With Kyle Chandler: ‘Bloodline’ Star on His “Dark, Evil” Period, Comedy Dreams and Return to TV

The actor was offered "every 40-year-old male lead on TV" after the role that won him an Emmy. What did he do? Take small parts in Oscar movies, nix an 'FNL' movie and disappear to Austin, Texas…

‘Bloodline’: Berlin Review

Kyle Chandler heads a first-rate cast in Netflix's new series from the 'Damages' team, delivering dark family intrigue among the gators in the Florida Keys.

Glenn Close Returns to Stage, Reveals Remarkable Childhood in Cult

Back on Broadway in Edward Albee's 'A Delicate Balance,' the three-time Tony winner opens up her larger-than-life father, William Taliaferro Close, a doctor who spent years in the Congo, battling…

‘Damages’ Producers Remember Their ‘Most Gruesome’ Scene — and Why FX Was ‘Thrilled’

As the network turns 20, Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler and Daniel Zelman recall the bloodiest scene they shot (hint: it involved a murdered dog) during the series' run.

Emmys: Kaley Cuoco, Amy Poehler and 6 Other Actresses Overdue for Some Props

After three or more seasons on critically acclaimed shows, these deserving lead and supporting contenders remain empty-handed.

Chris Messina: Hollywood’s Busiest Man and His Existential Questions

A star of network TV ("The Mindy Project") and Oscar-nominated films ("Argo"), the New York native reflects on the crises faced by even the biggest stars.

Emmys 2012: Glenn Close Was Told TV Would Kill Her Career

"People said I was doing TV because my film career was at a zero," the two-time Emmy winner and six-time Oscar nominee tells THR.

Four Hollywood Reporter Covers Celebrate Emmy Icons

The magazine's second annual Icons package features Sarah Jessica Parker, Ted Danson and Glenn Close, J.J. Abrams and Norman Lear, as well as a 17-page portfolio celebrating another 19 recipients of…

Tonight’s TV Picks: ‘Damages’ and ‘Hit and Miss’ Premieres, The ESPYs

The Glenn Close series begins its final season tonight on DirecTV, followed by the series premiere of the Chloe Sevigny-as-contract-killer drama.

‘Damages’ Premiere Preview: 5 Things to Know

Patty Hewes vs. Ellen Parsons in a do or die court showdown as the hyper-intelligent, twist-filled thriller kicks off its final season.