Gambon's character slips in and out of feverish dreams in which his doctors and nurses start to sing and dance. BBC hide caption

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Writers for Sid Caesar include Mel Brooks (front, lower right corner) and Neil Simon (back row, upper left corner). Courtesy of Michael Hirsh hide caption

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Nick Nolte plays a horse owner who spent most of his career working as a horse trainer in Luck. HBO hide caption

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When Kiefer Sutherland ended his series of very long, very intense days as Jack Bauer on the Fox series 24, few people, including Sutherland himself, expected him to be starring in another TV series right away. Fox hide caption

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In the two-hour premiere episode of Alcatraz, Rebecca (Sarah Jones) looks for clues to a missing prisoner from the 1960s who suddenly reappears in modern day. FX hide caption

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Bill Moyers began his career in journalism as a junior reporter at the Marshall News Messenger in Marshall, Texas. Peter Krogh/©Peter Krogh hide caption

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CBS This Morning is co-hosted by Gayle King, Charlie Rose and Erica Hill. John P. Filo/CBS hide caption

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Don Cheadle plays business consultant Marty Kaan in the new Showtime comedy House of Lies. Jordin Althaus/Showtime hide caption

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Over the past few seasons, Breaking Bad's Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has changed from meek hero to forceful villain. TV critic David Bianculli says he isn't just breaking bad anymore — he's entirely broken. Gregory Peters/AMC hide caption

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Showtime's Dexter, starring Michael C. Hall, just served up the biggest twist of the season to date. Randy Tepper/Showtime hide caption

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Woody Allen's career goes under the American Masters microscope on Sunday and Monday. MGM/Brian Hamill/PBS hide caption

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Rainn Wilson, who plays Dwight on The Office, is featured in the new PBS miniseries America in Primetime, which examines the archetypes on television today.

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Over the past few seasons, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has changed from meek hero to forceful villain. TV critic David Bianculli says he isn't just breaking bad anymore...he's entirely broken.

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Ted Danson and Marg Helgenberger search for clues on the CBS drama CSI. Sonja Flemming/CBS hide caption

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