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James R. Olson, ‘Andromeda Strain,’ ‘Rachel, Rachel’ Star, Dies at 91

James R. Olson, who starred opposite Joanne Woodward in Rachel, Rachel and in the 1971 Michael Crichton plague thriller The Andromeda Strain, has died. He was 91. Olson died April 17 at his home in Malibu, The Malibu Times reported. Born on Oct. 8, 1930 in Evanston, Illinois, to Leroy and Florence Olson, Olson was […]

NBC Cancels ‘Ironside,’ ‘Welcome to the Family’; Slots ‘Community,’ ‘Chicago PD’

UPDATED: "Dateline" will replace "Ironside" on Wednesdays at 10 p.m., while "Parks and Recreation" will be moved back to 8:30 p.m.

Ironside: TV Review

This modern remake on NBC is not only pointless but boring and full of exposition. Sure, Blair Underwood may want this new detective to be a tough talker, but all he does is talk, talk, talk.

‘Blacklist’ Producer on Making NBC’s Highest-Testing Show in a Decade and Why He Shifted Away From Film (Q&A)

John Davis talks to THR about television's "steep" learning curve, why Fox didn't buy ESPN and why the "Man From U.N.C.L.E." movie is finally on track: "We had every major star, George Clooney and Channing Tatum, but it was going to get made on its own schedule."

Danny Glover to Guest-Star on NBC’s ‘Ironside’

UPDATED: The veteran actor will play Robert Ironside's father in the rookie drama starring Blair Underwood.

‘Ironside’ Reboot Features Tough, More Self-Sufficient Hero

“It’s a crime drama wrapped in a character study,” star Blair Underwood said.

Jennifer Salke on Rebuilding NBC, ‘Hannibal’ and Courting Michael J. Fox

"We're open to anything -- we should hear everything and be open to hear any kind of inspiration that comes in the door," Salke said at a morning Paley Center for Media breakfast.

Fall TV: ABC’s ‘Agents of SHIELD,’ NBC’s ‘Blacklist’ Dominate Social Media Conversation

Which new broadcast shows of the 2013-14 season are viewers engaging with the most (and the least)? THR breaks it down.

First Look: Watch Trailers for All of NBC’s New Shows (Video)

The network picked up six comedies and eight dramas -- including "Crossbones" and "Dracula" -- for the 2013-14 schedule.