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  1. The CSI effect: Viewing TV crime shows does not make better criminalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | EurekAlert!

    Does watching the work of fictional forensic investigators on TV influence viewers? There is a belief that this is the case and that the consequences of people watching shows such as the American crime drama television series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" are filtering through into real life, a phenomenon that has been called the CSI effect. In the worst case, it is feared, potential criminals will learn how to better conceal a crime from these shows.


  2. California Mulls Bail ReformRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Reason Magazine

    Facing an existential threat to their business model, California's bail-bonds industry worked last session to derail two bills that would have changed the way the state deals with people who have been accused of crimes, but are awaiting trial. Opponents even brought out the colorful reality TV star, Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman , to make the case that the Assembly should kill the bill that was on the table.


  3. The strange case of the missing mobster, a godfather of Richmond's gay communityaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | WTVR Richmond

    A half-century ago, there wasn't much in terms of gay bars in Richmond. In fact, the ABC board frowned on such clubs and even closed one for having too many gay patrons.


  4. Video: Sneak Peek - New Fox Medical Drama the Resident Premieres 1/21Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 4 |

    Below, watch an all-new sneak peek at the new FOX series THE RESIDENT. The new medical drama debuts Sunday, Jan. 21 , and makes its time period premiere on Monday, Jan. 22 .


  5. 'Law & Order' Boss on Hollywood's Harassment Culture...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Hollywood Reporter

    Showrunner Michael Chernuchin talks with THR about why viewers are more into the long-running procedural than ever, how it is tackling Hollywood's harassment problem and resolution for Benson after the winter cliffhanger. After nearly two decades on the air, NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is the last of Dick Wolf's original empire standing.


  6. AJ Buckley: 'SEAL Team Is A Dream Role'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | CBS Local

    Four years ago, AJ Buckley was worried he was going to get typecast as playing nerdy characters. He wanted more and decided to do something about it.


  7. Scoop: Coming Up Tonight on Criminal Minds on CBS - Wednesday, January 3, 2018Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 3 |

    On the episode "Submerged" - When a series of backyard pool homicides are reported in California, the BAU team team searches for an UnSub with a puzzling past, on CRIMINAL MINDS, on the CBS Television Network. Lou Diamond Phillips guest stars as Sheriff Clifford.


  8. 9-1-1' Review: First Responders Are People, TooRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | SFGate

    Considering how many cop shows treat men and women in uniform with rarefied reverence, it's nice that "9-1-1" just treats first responders like people. "9-1-1," the latest rule-breaking drama from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, takes it as a given that emergency workers deserve accolades for their work.


  9. The 'Criminal Minds' Cast Is Doing Some Really Weird Stuff on InstagramRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | KQED

    CBS's absurdly popular Criminal Minds has been averaging between 12 and 14 million viewers per episode since it started in 2005, so the cast's social media accounts understandably attract the attention of a lot of fans. Despite this, some significant members of the ensemble have been consistently going out of their way to flout viewer expectations.


  10. Death Wish (Bruce Willis/Eli Roth) - New TrailerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | IndieLondon

    Dr. Paul Kersey is a surgeon who only sees the aftermath of Chicago violence when it is rushed into his ER - until his wife and college-age daughter are viciously attacked in their suburban home. With the police overloaded with crimes, Paul, burning for revenge, hunts his family's assailants to deliver justice.


  11. After staff takeover, the Loring rises againRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | City Pages

    The Loring Bar & Restaurant is a bit like the mythical phoenix, the glorious bird that, after a long life, bursts into flame, only to rise triumphantly from its own ashes, reborn again. After a 16-year run that made the space's previous incarnation, the Loring Pasta Bar, an indispensable fixture of Dinkytown, last summer saw an abrupt changing of the guard.


  12. Bruce Willis Stars in Action-Thriller Death Wish, In Theaters 3/2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 22 |

    MGM's action thriller DEATH WISH, starring Bruce Willis, Vincent D'Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Camila Morrone, Dean Norris and Kimberly Elise, will hit theaters on March 2, 2018. Directed by Eli Roth, with a screenplay by Hoe Carnahan, the film is based on a novel by Brian Garfield.


  13. 'Criminal Minds' - Genius StrategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Jane Genova

    "Criminal Minds" has endured a long time in the volatile world of television programming. One reason is the genius strategy of how it has positioned and packaged itself.


  14. Justice Network replaces This TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Big change at WKCF-TV's multicast channel 18.2: This TV is out, and Justice Network is in. The change happened Monday.


  15. Remembering Policewoman Series "Decoy:" Officer Casey Jones Was Never HarassedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 30 | News Max

    October 14 of the year that just passed marked an obscure-but-highly-significant landmark in the history of television drama: the 60th anniversary of the premiere of "Decoy," the first-ever TV series featuring a woman police officer. No studio celebrated the date, nor did any entertainment trade publication recall the series or its heroine, New York City Police Officer Casey Jones .


  16. Elizabeth Black: On jerks, redemption and forgivenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 30 | Daily Camera

    A woman carries a sign addressing the issue of sexual harassment at a #MeToo rally Dec. 9 in New York City. I've smiled weakly through off-color remarks and crude jokes, so I understand the rage.


  17. Law and Order: SVU Midseason Premiere: Benson Suffers No Fools While Looking for Her SonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 29 | E! Online

    Hell hath no fury like Mama Bear Benson on Law & Order: SVU . The midseason finale ended with Noah disappearing while shopping with is grandma Sheila .


  18. Scoop: Coming Up on Criminal Minds on CBS - Wednesday, January 17, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 28 |

    On the episode "Bad Moon on the Rise" - The BAU is called to New York when several casualties of a brutal nature are reported in Central Park, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Jan. 17 on the CBS Television Network. Criminal Minds revolves around an elite team of FBI profilers who analyze the country's most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again.


  19. My worst moment: William Petersen and a 'legendary moment in Chicago theater history'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 26 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Pensive and firm, if begrudgingly patient, the small town mayor played by William Petersen in "The Minutes," Tracy Letts' new play at the Steppenwolf , keeps all the danger of the play's final moments just under the surface. He presides over a city council meeting gone awry, as homespun inanities are eventually peeled back to reveal something ugly and sinister at America's core.


  20. "American Vandal" and Our Search for MeaningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 25 | New Yorker

    There may be no genre of television easier to parody than true crime. The style is formulaic by design: an atrocity is followed by an investigation, a left turn, a revelation, .