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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Ai Weiwei in the Spotlight and Benedict Cumberbatch in Period Finery

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Shameless," "Girls," Californication" and "Enlightened," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    'Girls' Recap 7: In 'Video Games,' Ben Mendelsohn Guest Stars as Jessa's Flaky Father

    In Season One’s “The Return,” we see Hannah and her parents in their natural Horvath habitat, Michigan. In Season Two’s “It’s About Time,” we’re offered a brief glimpse of Jersey girl incognito Marnie’s passive-aggressive relationship with her mother. In this week’s episode, “Video Games,” we’re int...

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    Watch: The Trailer for 'Game of Thrones' Season Three Promises Vengeance and Dragons

    There be dragons in the trailer for "Game of Thrones" season three, below, as well as flaming swords, funeral pyres and armies in array.

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    Mike White on Todd Haynes, Romanticizing Goodness and the Exquisite Awkwardness of 'Enlightened'

    Mike White is, at the moment, a man in limbo. His HBO series "Enlightened" has two episodes left in its second season, and its future is uncertain -- ratings are up from season one, but it's still attracting half the audience that tunes in for "Girls," the show with which its...

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    ISA of the Day: Memento and We Are What We Are

    I want to put a spotlight on what to look forward to next Sundance (and Berlin) as an example of long lasting effects of filmmakers/ actors/ buyers and sellers.

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    HBO Says No to James Gandolfini Pilot 'Criminal Justice'

    Looks like the man who was Tony Soprano won't be back on HBO in, at least, the near future.

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    TV Dial: Ari Graynor Is The New 'Bad Teacher,' HBO Passes On 'Criminal Justice' With James Gandolfini & More

    Consider this a round-up; a platter of micro-updates in the field of on-again-off-again new shows and their various stars. A TV digest for the water cooler, if you will.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Spirit Nominee Alex Ross Perry Discusses New HBO Project 'The Traditions,' His Next Feature and Life After 'The Color Wheel'

    Alex Ross Perry isn't your average overnight sensation. His debut feature, 2009's innovative quasi-adaptation of Gravity's Rainbow "IMPOLEX," garnered some support at regional festivals, while his hilarious followup "The Color Wheel" followed a similar path, steadily developing appeal through word o...

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    HBO's Horse Racing Drama 'Luck' Lives On In Professional Fan Fiction Form

    David Milch and Michael Mann's HBO horse racing drama "Luck" was canceled in March of last year after one season, not because of the ratings, though they weren't stellar, but because of the unfortunate number of equine deaths that happened during the production. It was a smart show...

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    'Girls' Offers the Male Side of Its Cast a Moment in the Forefront

    The article below contains spoilers for "Boys," the February 17th, 2013 episode of "Girls."

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