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    'The Newsroom' Season 3 Gets a Shorter Final Season; Release Date Paired with 'The Comeback'

    "The Newsroom" may not have been the smash hit HBO expected when committing to Aaron Sorkin's first cable drama, but its truncated final season is borderline disrespectful considering what it has accomplished.

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    Is Hillary Clinton Fall's Biggest TV Star?

    The former Secretary of State has inspired a pair of heroic female-politican characters, argues the NY Times.

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    Roland Emmerich and Keanu Reeves Partner on New Sci-Fi Series

    Well, "Stonewall" director Roland Emmerich hasn't completely changed his stripes. The man behind an intimate gay civil rights drama who also brought us "Independence Day" and "The Day After Tomorrow" and "White House Down" is turning to the small screen -- on a new sci-fi series with co-executive pr...

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    Netflix Commits to First Original Docu-Series, David Gelb's 'Chef's Table'

    We've recently written about how Netflix is diving deeper into documentaries with acquisitions of issue-driven documentaries such as "Virunga." As a further sign of their commitment to the genre, the streaming service will debut its first docu-series, "Chef's Table," a six-part series from the direc...

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    'Awkward' Creator Lauren Iungerich Sells 'Couch Detective' to ABC

    The hour-long series will follow "the exploits of a thirty-something female 'couch detective' who solves crimes based on her encyclopedic knowledge of every true-crime TV special, police procedural, and made-for-TV movie."

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    TV Watch: House Style in the Golden Age of Comedy Central

    With its constellation of boss bitches and irascible absurdists, Comedy Central's original programming is increasingly by, for, and about its young, diverse, progressive, irreverent, web-savvy target demo. It's viral television.

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    Review: As Backstories Become Clearer, 'Intruders' Needs to Find Focus or Risk Derailing

    As the immortality references in the dialogue get more and more heavy handed, "Intruders" has begun lifting the veil and explaining how our characters wound up where we met them. This refers to everything from the past few years of Jack's lifetime and why he left the LAPD, back to unexplained murder...

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    Issa Rae + ColorCreative.TV to Premiere 3 New Television Pilots at Urbanworld Film Festival

    Billed as a launchpad exclusively for diverse talent, Issa Rae's ColorCreative.TV is moving beyond the web series space and making a full-fledged push for television.

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    Review: 'The Leftovers' Season 1 Episode 10 'The Prodigal Son Returns' Keeps the Surprises Coming

    Perhaps the biggest surprise of last night's season finale was that nothing truly horrible happened -- light defeated the dark once more.

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the shows we're watching


  • Louie
    next episode: Monday, June 9th @ 10PM
  • Fargo
    next episode: Tuesday, June 10th @ 10PM
  • Veep
    next episode: Sunday, June 8th @ 10PM