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    TV Watch: How John Oliver Beat Stewart, Colbert, and Broadcast News at Their Own Games

    John Oliver's not satisfied with challenging former Comedy Central colleagues Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert for satirical primacy. He's going after broadcast news, too. And he's winning.

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Dumb Starbucks, Maggie Gyllenhaal, 'The Killing' and More

    Sunday is the choice night for high quality television. So what are the other days? Chopped Liver? Not to us. Here are five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of your upcoming week.

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    Watch: Rob Lowe and Elizabeth Banks Get Animated in Comedy Central's 'Moonbeam City' Promo

    Set in the 1980s, Rob Lowe plays Dazzle Novak: a not-so-bright undercover cop who is always in search of a good time, when in fact he should be hunting down the bad guys.

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    A Drinking Game Interview With 'Drunk History' Creator Derek Waters

    When Indiewire and Derek Waters, the creator of the Comedy Central series "Drunk History," discussed doing a sit-down interview, the goal was to do something different from other interviews he's done in the past.

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    From 'Broad City' to 'Game of Thrones,' an Emmy Nominations Wish List

    When the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences doles out Emmy nominations each summer, I often wake to the announcement like a naughty kid on Christmas Day: staring down a lump of coal. In that spirit, here's a wish list of gifts I hope to find under Emmy's tree Thursday morning in the major categ...

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    Comedy Central and the New Mockumentary: How 'Nathan For You' and 'Review' are Changing the Game

    By testing the rules of reality television, "Nathan For You" and "Review" have become two of TV’s smartest comedies.

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    6 Best Bets on TV This Week: Harry Potter, 'Drunk History' and Fussing Over Fireworks

    In honor of 4th of July, we decided to add a sixth program to our list of television we are looking forward this week -- because why the f$*k not. In America, it's go big or go home.

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    Watch: Hide Your Bosses and Children For This Hilarious 'You're The Worst' Trailer

    The title of FX's forthcoming relationship comedy, "You're The Worst," might officially refer to its misanthropic main characters. But thanks to this red band trailer for the show, full of bawdy sex jokes and inappropriate... well... everything, you might feel like the title applies to you.

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    With Obama Sketches and 'Les Miserables' Parodies, Key and Peele Do Comedy Like No One Else

    A recent panel reveals what makes the Comedy Central sketch series "Key and Peele" -- and Key and Peele themselves -- such a fresh voice in the comedy atmosphere.

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    Comedy Central Renews 'Amy Schumer,' 'Review,' Plans to Investigate Womenchildren and The Mega-Rich

    Ready to make us laugh (or smile at the very least), Comedy Central has given series orders to "Another Period" and "Idiotsitting," as well as renewing "Inside Amy Schumer,” "Review" and "TripTank."

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