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    'Flight of the Conchords' Duo Gets It Goin' On (Again) with HBO

    "Flight of the Conchords" (the TV show) may still be dead, but the duo that made them is back in business.

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    No, HBO Isn't Reviving 'Flight Of The Conchords,' But Jemaine Clement Is Returning To The Network

    Lovers of New Zealand-born folk-rock rejoiced yesterday when reports spread like wildfire over the internet that the beloved HBO comedy series "Flight Of The Conchords" would be returning to the network. The show ended its two-season run back in 2009, leaving fans champing at the bit for more, but s...

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    Venice Review: HBO Miniseries ‘Olive Kitteridge’ Starring Frances McDormand, Richard Jenkins And Bill Murray

    So that’s that then — the best film at the Venice Film Festival in terms of providing a great central female role (which have been in shocking short supply, at least in the selection we’ve seen so far) is not a film at all. It’s the subtle, sublime Lisa Cholodenko-directed 4-hour HBO miniseries “Oli...

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    Omar Comin' in HD, Yo! 'The Wire' Remaster Lands Just After Christmas

    HBO has confirmed when an HD version of "The Wire" will be coming to HBO Go, streaming and Blu-ray.

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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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    Lisa Cholodenko & Frances McDormand's 'Olive Kitteridge' Impresses in Venice

    The biggest positive surprise at Venice is probably Lisa Cholodenko’s HBO miniseries, “Olive Kitteridge.” Starring those national treasures Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins as the title character and her pharmicist husband, Henry, the four-part series travels through their lives over some 25 ye...

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    'True Detective' Emmys Loss: Why the TV Academy Got It Wrong (and HBO Had It Right)

    Even though it should have, "True Detective" didn't win the top prize at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmys. Should HBO have submitted it as a miniseries? Absolutely not.

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    Emmy Awards: Lena Dunham Wins the Red Carpet

    Eventually every brunette actress in Hollywood will go blonde, and "Girls" writer-director-star Lena Dunham is no exception. The new blonde totally scored on the Emmy red carpet Monday in a girlish pink ruffled gown by designer Giambattista Valli.

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    Watch: Will McAvoy Is Wanted By U.S. Marshals In Teaser Trailer For 'The Newsroom' Season 3

    Over the course of two seasons, Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom" has provided some of the best hate-watching on TV. At its the finest, the show has been absolutely compelling, sharp, funny and even moving with Jeff Daniels doing some great work as newscaster Will McAvoy. But at it's worst, is has been ...

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    Take Our Who-Says-What 'Newsroom' Season 3 Quiz Before Watching the Teaser (Which Stars a Copier)

    Aaron Sorkin releases his words via script pages, rather than actual footage, to get you prepped for a November release of the show's final season.

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