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    Watch: Malin Akerman, Lizzy Caplan, Taylor Schilling and Others Talk Being an Actress on the Small Screen

    At first, Malin Akerman wasn't interested in the lead role of "Trophy Wife," the ABC comedy in which she currently stars, because of the title -- "That was the last thing I wanted to play."

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    Alysia Reiner Talks About Being a Part of Orange is the New Black

    In Orange is the New Black - the new Netflix sensation that takes place in a women’s prison, Alysia Reiner's character is incredibly callous. She plays Natalie "FIG" Figueroa, the tough assistant warden of the prison, who keeps a tight rein on everything that goes inside the prison.

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    In Women in Prison Dramedy 'Orange is the New Black,' Netflix Has Its Strongest Original Series to Date

    There's been a lot of discussion about how binge-viewing, DVRs and on demand availability have changed the way we approach television, how it's allowed for more complex, serialized storytelling, how episodes no longer have the same obligation to keep new or sporadic viewers in mind.

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    Trailer Watch: Netflix's Orange is the New Black - Created by Jenji Kohan

    Netflix is continuing to add to their growing original programming with Orange is the New Black created by Jenji Kohan (Weeds) and based on Piper Kerman's memoir. It's their first female led show.

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    Watch: The Trailer for Netflix's Next Original Series 'Orange is the New Black' Features Tears, Laughter and Women in Prison

    While we're still consumed with the new season of "Arrested Development," with its impossibly complicated structure and elaborate set of callbacks, Netflix is already ramping up for its next original series.

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    Watch: Is 'Orange Is The New Black' The Next Netflix Hit? Check Out The New Trailer For The Comedy Series

    While they continue to keep the numbers close to the chest, it's safe to say that Netflix's foray into original programming has been a success thus far. With three new shows under their belt this year -- "House Of Cards," "Hemlock Grove" and of course, the revived "Arrested Development" -- they are ...

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    Netflix Sets a Release Date for Its First Female-Led Original Series, 'Orange Is the New Black'

    Netflix has set a deliberately varied first year of original programming for itself. First there came the glossy Kevin Spacey political drama "House of Cards" in February, then the Eli Roth supernatural series "Hemlock Grove" in April. The resurrected favorite "Arrested Development" will be next to ...

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    Netflix Series 'Orange Is The New Black' Finds Its Incarcerated Lead in Taylor Schilling

    Taylor Schilling landed the lead role of NBC's 2009-2010 medical show "Mercy" as an unknown with only one screen credit (in the indie academic drama "Dark Matter") to her name. She proved herself an interesting, offbeat lead as a nurse recently returned from a tour of du...

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    Edward James Olmos Is The Bad Guy In 'Two Guns,' Comedian Tom Papa Goes 'Behind The Candelabra' & Taylor Schilling Decides To 'Stay'

    Veteran character actor Edward James Olmos is set to join the cast of Baltasar Kormakur's "Two Guns." The film sees two of the biggest action stars Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington unite as two lawmen—a DEA agent and a NAVY Seal—who investigate each other as each have be...

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    The Lucky One—movie review

    People crave romantic movies, be they dramatic or funny—the box-office numbers prove it—and novelist Nicholas Sparks has provided the raw material for a number of such films including 'Dear John', 'Nights in Rodanthe', and most successfully, 'The Notebook'. I think it’s fair to say that moviegoers k...

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