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    Sony Pictures Television Launches Diversity Program for TV Directing

    If a participant successfully completes the "first season" of the program, he or she may be offered the opportunity to return and direct an episode of a current SPT show.

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    Watch Chris Carter Sci-fi Drama 'The After' and Other New Amazon Pilots From Roman Coppola and Jill Soloway

    Amazon unveiled its second round of pilots to the public today, among them its first two drama projects -- "The After," from "X-Files" creator Chris Carter, and "Bosch," based on Michael Connelly's best-selling detective novel series.

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    TV Dial: Amazon Eyes Pilot From Roman Coppola & Jason Schwartzman, David Slade Goes 'Crossbones' Style & More

    In spite of the disaster that was Amazon’s scripted series/continuation of the film, “Zombieland,” the company isn’t content to get out of the scripted content game altogether. The massive online provider of everything has purchased two additional pilots to turn into series: “Bosch," based on the se...

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    Watch: Four New Clips From 'Arrested Development' Find Gob Tending Bees and Lindsay Letting Go of Material Things

    This Sunday, May 26 at 12:01am PT, 15 new episodes of "Arrested Development" go live on Netflix, and plenty are people are ready to settle in for hours and binge watch the lot of them, show creator Mitchell Hurwitz's advice to the contrary be damned.

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    First Look At Isla Fisher In 'Arrested Development' Plus New Pics & Poster

    It's hard to believe that in just a few weeks, after years of hopes, rumors, speculation and wishful thinking, a brand new season of "Arrested Development" will be here. And it won't be parceled out with an episode each week -- instead, Netflix is going to drop all 15 in one go, prompting marathon v...

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    Al Pacino, 'Phil Spector,' and Media Justice

    The gigantic frizzed-out wig on Al Pacino's head might be enough to make you curious about Phil Spector, the new HBO drama written and directed by David Mamet. In a multitude of wigs as conspicuously creepy as the actual Spector's, Pacino plays the fantastically successful music produ...

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    Mitchell Hurwitz Wants an 'Arrested Development' Movie to Happen, But Says 'We Have Nothing Else Right Now'

    "There's a reason this kind of thing doesn't happen more often," "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz said of his resurrected comedy series today. "Shows don't reunite because television doesn't work that way. There's no profit model and people go off to do other work."

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    First Look At Henry Selick's Newly Revived 'The Shadow King'

    One of the more interesting stories in the world of animation last year was the very public collapse of the Henry Selick's newest movie he was working on for Disney, something that was supposed to be the beginning of a very long and fruitful relationship for the "Nightmare Before Christmas" director...

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    Watch: Al Pacino Wears A Wig, Yells A Lot In First Full Trailer For 'Phil Spector'

    Going in front of cameras all the way back in the summer of 2011, it has been an unusually long wait for HBO's starry "Phil Spector," with Al Pacino in the juicy lead role, alongside Helen Mirren, in a movie written and directed by none other than David Mamet. And yet, wait is what we&...

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    The Man Behind Dane Cook's Unaired Sitcom 'Next Caller' Sounds Off About Why It Got Canceled

    "Next Caller" was supposed to be stand-up star Dane Cook's entrée into television after scattered movie roles and guest spots on "Louie" and "Hawaii Five-0," a single-camera comedy about a chauvinistic DJ (played by Cook) and a feminist formerly emp...

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