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    Get To Know The 14 New Additions To The Cast Of Season Three Of 'Game Of Thrones'

    "Game Of Thrones" already has one of the most expansive and impressive casts in the history of television. Essentially picking up the slack that "Harry Potter" left in terms of propping up the British acting industry, the show hasn't just made stars (with names like Richard Madden, Kit Harington and...

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    Comic-Con: 'Game of Thrones' Takes Hall H, Talks Sex, Boobies & Violence; Intros New Cast [Video]

    They returned to Hall H, but novelist George R.R. Martin and his HBO "Game of Thrones" panel lacked the ebullience of last's year's panel in the smaller Ballroom 20. That one included eventual Emmy winner Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Kit Harington, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Jason M...

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    Dame Diana Rigg Joins Season 3 Of HBO's 'Game Of Thrones'

    The cult of "Game Of Thrones" grows ever stronger. Initially anticipated principally by fans of George R.R. Martin's books, the HBO series has won over more and more viewers since debuting last April, including many who would never have dreamed that they'd become hopelessly addicted to a fantasy ser...

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    Mondo Offers Up Three Gorgeous 'Game of Thrones' Posters for Comic-Con

    The Austin-based limited edition poster/t-shirt empire Mondo will of course be at San Diego Comic Con this year, and they've unveiled the first round of the 15 new limited edition posters, which were made in partnership with HBO for "Game of Thrones."

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    'Game Change' & 'The Campaign' Director Jay Roach Stays Political, Will Direct HBO's 'K Blows Top' Starring Paul Giamatti

    Does the idea of Paul Giamatti playing Nikita Khrushchev sound vaguely familiar? Then you might have a very good memory. First announced way back in 2010, this Cold War drama has been brewing over at HBO and now it looks like it's finally building some steam.

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    'Game Change' Director Jay Roach Returning to HBO With Khrushchev Movie 'K Blows Top'

    "Game Change," the Sarah Palin election film that attracted a lot of attention for both its portrayal of its subject and an eerie central performance from star Julianne Moore, worked well for HBO. So well, in fact, that the network will once again work with director Jay Roach, who hel...

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    Noah Baumbach Says 'The Corrections' Is Unlikely To See The Light Of Day, 'While We're Young' Won't Be Next

    HBO might be turning into something of a safe haven for the kind of smart, adult programming that's increasingly rare in theaters, but not everything gets to make the cut. With shows like "True Blood" and "Game Of Thrones" becoming long-running hits, and newcomers like "Girls" and "The Newsroom" get...

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    HBO Announces Return Dates for 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'Treme'

    Rather than airing in April as it has its first two seasons, "Treme" has been pushed to the fall this year, where HBO is pairing it with Prohibition drama "Boardwalk Empire," both set for September premieres.

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Pre-Op Chloe Sevigny and Long-term Unemployment

    Sure, Sunday is overcrowded with high-end TV like "True Blood," "The Newsroom," "Weeds," "Breaking Bad" (returning this Sunday at 10pm on AMC) and USA's new "Political Animals" (also premiering Sunday at 10pm) but what to watch the rest of t...

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    Review: 'Hard Times: Lost On Long Island' A Narrow, Insubstantial Look At Unemployment

    The latest employment numbers in the United States came out on Friday, and they weren't great. In the month of June, a paltry 80,000 new jobs were created, with the national unemployment figure standing at 8.2%, more or less highlighting an economy that has made uncertainty the only thing you ca...

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