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8 Reasons You Need to Watch Cinemax's The Knick

Clive Owen

Do you ever sit in your doctor's waiting room, impatiently sighing and checking your watch? Cinemax's new drama might just give you an attitude adjustment.

Set in New York in 1900, The Knick takes a bloody, unflinching look at the birth of modern medicine. Created by Jack Amiel and Michael Begler and elevated by the slick direction of (not-so-retired) Steven Soderbergh, the medical drama stars Clive Owen as Dr. John Thackery, a brilliant surgeon at The Knickerbocker Hospital who spends his days shooting up liquid cocaine and his nights sleeping in an opium den. That's probably because, despite Thackery's gifts, most of his patients die on his operating table as he and his fellow doctors experiment with what today are basic surgical procedures. (And all without wearing gloves!)

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But the show has more on its mind than creating a whole new batch of hypochondriacs... read more

Fox Picks Up Steven Spielberg Soap, Arms-Dealing Drama

Steven Spielberg

Fox has ordered a new comedic soap from Steven Spielberg and a Traffic-esque drama centered on arms dealing, TVGuide.com has learned.

Red Band Society is a comedic soap following a group of teenagers who meet as patients in the children's wing of a hospital and become unlikely friends and a surrogate family. Spielberg will... read more

Actor Stephen Dunham Dies at 48

Stephen Dunham

Stephen Dunham, who starred in several television shows including NBC's DAG, died last week after suffering a heart attack, Variety reports.

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Don Cheadle Goes for Laughs In the "Bold and Dangerous" House of Lies

Don Cheadle

Don Cheadle realizes he's best known for dramatic roles in such films as Crash, Hotel Rwanda and Traffic. But he finds it odd that so many viewers aren't expecting to see him flex his comedic muscles from him in his new series House of Lies.

"I do it all the time around my friends," he tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's not a... read more

Kimberly Stewart and Benicio del Toro Expecting a Baby

Kimberly Stewart, Benicio Del Toro

Kimberly Stewart is having Benicio Del Toro's baby, People reports.

Stewart, 31, and del Toro, 44, are not a couple, but they are both are very excited about the baby, according to the magazine.

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Jimmy Smits Joins NBC's S.I.L.A. Pilot

Jimmy Smits

Jimmy Smits has signed on to NBC's S.I.L.A., TVGuide.com has learned.

Special Investigations L.A. looks at Los Angeles through multiple perspectives, including law enforcement, the justice system, city hall and the criminal underworld.

Smits, 55, will play... read more

Director Steven Soderbergh Hit with Paternity Suit

Steven Soderbergh

An Australian woman is claiming Ocean's Eleven director Steven Soderbergh is the father of her baby daughter and is suing him for child support, according to The Associated Press.

The paternity suit filed by Frances Lawrencina Anderson alleges that Soderbergh, 48, helped pay for her medical expenses during her pregnancy, and that a DNA test showed he was... read more

NBC Picks Up LA-Set Pilot From Traffic Writer

Stephen Gaghan

NBC has picked up a drama pilot from Traffic screenwriter Stephen Gaghan, Variety reports.

NBC orders Wonder Woman pilot from David E. Kelley

New NBC Programming Chief Bob Greenblatt has ordered a pilot for Gaghan's drama, S.I.L.A, aka Special Investigations L.A. Similar to the style of Traffic, the project looks at Los Angeles through... read more

Don Cheadle Joins Showtime's House of Lies

Don Cheadle

Don Cheadle has been tapped to star in the pilot House of Lies, a half-hour dark comedy based on the novel of the same name, the network announced Monday.

Based on Martin Kihn's tell-all House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time, the project will star the 46-year-old Oscar-nominated actor as... read more

Clifton Collins Jr. Joins The Event

Clifton Collins Jr.

Clifton Collins Jr. is joining the NBC drama The Event, a network rep confirms. 

Collins — whose credits include the films Star Trek, Traffic and Capote — will play... read more

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