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  • Women and Hollywood
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    The Impossible Girl: 'Doctor Who' and the Glass Ceiling

    What better way for the Doctor to reinvent himself than to regenerate as a woman?

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  • Indiewire
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    Emmy Nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor on Starring in an Oscar Winner and the Appeal of the Miniseries

    Chiwetel Ejiofor was the face of last year's Best Picture winner and a nominee for Best Actor himself. Throughout it all, he was talking about two projects: "12 Years a Slave" and "Dancing on the Edge," the latter a Starz miniseries competing for Golden Globes at the time and now an Emmy for its lea...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    New Feature Documentary Will Investigate Atlanta’s Rise to Hip-Hop Powerhouse. Watch Clip

    The film chronicles the decisions of the city’s forefathers in post-civil rights Atlanta as they created an environment for African American arts and culture to thrive, which set the scene for a local hip-hop scene to emerge.

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    Chelsea Handler Planning a Live, Star-Studded Bash for Her Series Finale

    Among the announced guests are Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Jennifer Aniston, and Handler's former flame 50 Cent.

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  • Indiewire
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    Fall 2014 TV Preview: Thursday Night Football Aims to Overcome 'Scandal' Without Falling From 'Gracepoint'

    Thanks to the television revolution, new shows now spring up throughout the calendar year -- but no matter how many premieres occur during the other seasons, the fall is still when most programming kicks into full swing. The Indiewire TV team is here to help you wade threw the sea of fall TV, balanc...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    'Legends': Twisty Sean Bean Spy Series from Producers of 'Homeland'

    Sean Bean, shockingly rendered headless in the first season of "Game of Thrones," may be the strongest incarnation yet of the alienated espionage prodigy that has become the trademark of the show's auteur showrunner, "24"-veteran Howard Gordon.

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Behind The Scenes Preview Of Whit Stillman’s Amazon Pilot 'The Cosmopolitans'

    While he's never really been part of the studio system to begin with, it's meaningful that even Whit Stillman is headed to TV with his next project. Later this month, his pilot for "The Cosmopolitans" will be available courtesy of Amazon Studios via Amazon.com's Buy Everything Here service, along wi...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    How Steven Soderbergh Made 'The Knick' Must-See TV

    Michael Sugar of Anonymous Content has been Steven Soderbergh's manager for six years; he walks us through why the director has rejected movies in favor of must-see Cinemax series "The Knick," starring Clive Owen (August 8). And more.

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    13 LGBT Actors Emmy-Nominated For Playing LGBT Characters: Victor Garber

    We look back at the history of LGBT actors getting nominations for playing LGBT characters at the Emmys.

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