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    Attention 'Game of Thrones' Fans: Here's How to Win Dinner With George R.R. Martin

    Donors are automatically eligible to win a trip to Santa Fe, NM to have dinner with George R.R. Martin and accompany him on a visit to the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary.

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    Darren Aronofsky, Bryan Cranston Turn to Books For New TV Projects -- But Are They The Right Books?

    This week, two new projects surfaced from the bookstore shelves, and while one sounds like a perfect match, the other is more of a head-scratcher.

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    'Veep' Gets Nasty: The 6 Best Insults from Season 3 (NSFW)

    Readers be warned: "Veep" pulls no punches, so neither did we. What's contained inside is not for the faint of heart.

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    Each TV Network Does Dramas Differently: Here's How

    Thirty years ago, when I began writing episodic television, there were network dramas and syndicated shows. These days, when I’m teaching one-hour drama, that single catch-phrase encompasses everything that fits the time slot. But the explosion of different outlets means that one-size no longer fits...

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    Cast Shakes Out for Roland Emmerich's Gay Civil Rights Drama 'Stonewall,' Now in Production

    Director Roland Emmerich is taking a break from high-octane action tentpoles this Summer to shoot "Stonewall," his labor-of-love set in the gay civil rights milieu of 1969. Adapted from Jon Robin Baitz's script, the film is now in production, with new cast members Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman a...

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    'Silicon Valley' Is a Show of the Times, But Season 2 Still Needs to Make Progress

    Mike Judge has often mined his life to find inspiration for art, and he seems to have pulled it off again with season one of "Silicon Valley."

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    'Game of Thrones,' Sex and HBO: Where Did It Go Wrong For TV's Sexual Pioneers?

    HBO has always been confronting and sexually explicit, but that used to be in the service of an unflinching look at the world and at adult complexity. Now it’s little more than an extension of an immature, crude desire to shock. When it comes to sex, has HBO jumped the shark?

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    'Game of Thrones' Is the 'Avatar' of the Emmys, and That's Okay

    HBO's programming president Michael Lombardo thinks Emmy voters only see "Game of Thrones" for its production values. He's right, but so are they.

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    Review: 'Game of Thrones' Continues Its Critique of Heroism in Season 4 Episode 8, 'The Mountain and the Viper'

    Believe it or not, "The Mountain and the Viper" had a whole 45-minute bit before the fight between Oberyn Martell and Gregor Clegane. But that fight, particularly its resolution, is a reminder of the point of view "Game of Thrones" takes with regards to traditional literary heroism: there is no more...

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    Watch: Zach Woods Channels Ross From 'Friends' in 'Silicon Valley' Season Finale Clip

    When HBO first picked up "Silicon Valley," we were all pretty skeptical of the direction the show would take. Fortunately, the network's comedy has proven to be another hit a la "Veep." The 30-minute series has consistently been witty, vulgar and intelligent--everything we expect from an HBO program...

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