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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Ole Miss, Monty Python and The First Openly Gay Bishop

    Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "The Walking Dead," "Boardwalk Empire," "The Good Wife," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy...

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    Oprah is Developing an HBO Drama Series About an African-American College President

    Oprah Winfrey has been busy running a network of her OWN (hyuck!), having recently made a deal with entertainment giant Tyler Perry to create the channel's first scripted series. But via her production company Harpo Films, she's also working on a drama series for an outlet well known for the...

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    Amy Seimetz and Nina Conti Join Christopher Guest's HBO Series 'Family Tree'

    Christopher Guest's "Family Tree" is growing. The improv comedy mastermind has been adding cast members to his upcoming mockumentary-style HBO series starring Chris O'Dowd as 30-year-old Tom Chadwick, who begins exploring his roots after receiving a box of belongings from a great a...

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    Watch: 'Crossfire Hurricane' Chronicles the Rise of the Rolling Stones

    Sing along with us: "I was born in a crossfire hurricane / And I howled at my ma in the driving rain." "Crossfire Hurricane," the latest documentary from "The Kid Stays In The Picture" and "Chicago 10" director Brett Morgen, follows the Rolling Stones from the...

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    Toby Jones Talks the 'Twisted Love Story' of 'The Girl' and Finding Hitchcock Under Four Hours of Prosthetics

    Before Anthony Hopkins unveils his interpretation of the iconic filmmaker in the upcoming Fox Searchlight film "Hitchcock," Toby Jones will offer up his in "The Girl," which premieres on HBO Saturday, October 20, at 9 pm. Directed by Julian Jarrold ("Becoming Jane,...

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    Review: 'Ethel' Is A Powerful Personal Portrait Of Love & Liberalism

    Few American dynasties hold the same mystique as the Kennedy clan. Defined largely by professional triumph and personal heartache, the Kennedys are the closest thing the United States has to royalty, and as the years go by, the amount of historical miscellanea that is produced or unearthed about the...

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    Rory Kennedy on Offering an Inside Look at America's Most Famous Political Family in 'Ethel'

    "Ethel" is a documentary about director Rory Kennedy's ("Ghosts of Abu Ghraib") mother. But it also, of course, covers a tumultuous swath of U.S. politics from a unique perspective -- Ethel Kennedy, née Skakel, married into America's most famous family in 1950, whe...

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    HBO Sets Premiere Dates for Sophomore Seasons of 'Girls,' 'Enlightened'

    Both Lena Dunhaum's HBO series about four young women in their early 20s trying to figure out life in New York and Mike White's about a former executive (Laura Dern) who's rejoined the workforce after a breakdown and recovery will be returning in the new year.

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Meryl Streep's Daughter and a 'Weekend' Star in Period Costuming

    Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "The Walking Dead," "Boardwalk Empire," "The Good Wife," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy...

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    Second Screen: The Future of TV, or The Latest Sign of Our Shrinking Attention Spans?

    Maybe it should be expected that TV is embracing socializing instead of discouraging distraction. So while some may view the current developments in second screen TV apps with surprise, the truth is that they're really a logical continuation in the direction the medium has always pointed toward.

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