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    TRUE BLOOD RECAP 4: WE'LL MEET AGAIN

    Alan Ball’s a believer. Now on his last season as the major domo of "True Blood," he continues to see no reason at all why Big Themes and literary stuff can’t coexist with camp, bodice ripper romance, Hammer gore camp and a Ken-Russell-esque free-for-all approach to fantastic filmmaking.

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    Damon Lindelof Heads to HBO to Adapt Tom Perotta's Rapture-y 'The Leftovers'

    "Lost" co-creator and "Prometheus" scripter Damon Lindelof is heading back to TV -- or, well, HBO.

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    Damon Lindelof Returns To TV For HBO Adaptation Of 'Election' & 'Little Children' Author Tom Perotta's 'The Leftovers'

    Making his name famously or infamously (depending how you look at it) as a writer and producer on the hit ABC series "Lost," Damon Lindelof's career has moved moved in leaps and bounds. With "Cowboys & Aliens" and "Prometheus" under his belt and "Star Trek 2," "World War Z" and the mysterious "1952"...

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    Watch: A Supercut of Sorkinisms - Love, Ping-Pong Rooms & Shakespeare The Way it Was Meant to Be Done

    Check out this video mash-up of Aaron "Sorkinisms," with more than a few key lines that Sorkin likes so much he chooses to use them again and again -- it's really quite something.

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    Where to Watch the First Episode of 'The Newsroom' for Free Online

    Ladies and gentleman, Aaron Sorkin is back!  Something of a mix between his previous television series "Sports Night' and "The West Wing," "The Newsroom" shows off Sorkin's mile-a-minute dialogue in the context of a contemporary television news room.  Of co...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: 'Me @ The Zoo' and the Return of 'Louie'

    Sure, Sunday is usually overcrowded with high-end TV (like "Weeds" and "Episodes," both back for new seaons this week), but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    THE NEWSROOM RECAP 1: WE JUST DECIDED TO

    HBO’s been trying to sell "The Newsroom" to audiences on the strength of its opening scene, when Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels), a bland and personable cable news anchor trapped in his own private hell somewhere between a shout-y liberal and a conservative, snaps and delivers a rant about American great...

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    Review: While Hopelessly Drunk On The Ideals Of Bygone Journalism, ‘The Newsroom’ Is Still An Engaging Broadcast

    The longer Aaron Sorkin’s deeply-nostalgic-for-the-golden-age-of-news show “The Newsroom” goes on for, the more improbable the workplace drama (and dramedy), set at a fictional cable-news show, becomes. A complacent and apathetic news anchor known as the MOR Jay Leno of news anchor suddenly explodes...

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    TRUE BLOOD RECAP 3: WHATEVER I AM, YOU MADE ME

    This week’s "True Blood" suffered a bit from "Game of Thrones" syndrome—too many people, parts and ideas for all of them to properly register—but boy howdy were they mostly fine, fun and full of portent of freaky things to com

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    How Aaron Sorkin Injured Himself While Writing 'The Newsroom'

    Now we know that Sorkin gets into his signature wordy monologues as much as any of his characters.

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