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    Review: 'The Good Son' Lands Solid Body Blows Without Connecting Up Top

    Jesse James Miller's documentary proves a powerful ode to the life of a burdened boxer, but it doesn't fully engage with the moral struggles within the sport itself.

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    Jay Leno Shouldn't Get the Mark Twain Award For Humor (But Not Because He's Not Funny)

    It was a genuine shock when it was announced that the now-retired "Tonight Show" host would receive the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for Humor, and a number of reasons to find Leno's selection to be offensive, ranging from the deeply significant to the petty.

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    NBC Goes Behind the Scenes of 'Jurassic World' (VIDEO)

    Dinosaur fans have another year to wait until "Jurassic World" hits theaters on June 12, 2015, but we've already gotten a pretty good idea of what the film is about: set, fittingly, 22 years after the original "Jurassic Park," "Jurassic World" takes place on a fully functional theme park on Isla Nub...

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    4 Characters We Hope Return for NBC's 'Heroes Reborn' (And 3 Characters We Don't)

    If there must be a "Heroes" reboot, who else from the original cast do we hope returns? And more importantly, who do we hope is too busy to come by?

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    NBC Developing an Eight-Episode Event Series on The Beatles

    Looking to break into miniseries in a big way, NBC is reportedly in development on an eight-episode TV show based on the iconic British band.

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    One Astonishing Chart Shows Just How Much Network TV Is Faltering

    Woe is network TV. As the 2013-2014 season comes to an end, the numbers are in and they do not tell a pretty story: viewership is down, and networks are not having much success at launching new hits.

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    'Scrubs' Creator Bill Lawrence On 'Undateable,' the Multi-Camera Tradition and Surviving the Summer Schedule

    The prolific and opinionated showrunner also sounds off on the importance of proper casting, the likelihood of a "Clone High" movie, and whether or not he was responsible for naming Topanga on "Boy Meets World."

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    'Hannibal's' Food Stylist Shows What Makes NBC's Serial Killer Drama Special

    Janice Poon, a Toronto-based artist, is the mastermind behind creating the culinary masterworks of chief anti-hero Hannibal Lecter, and she'll tell you how she does it.

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    If You Think 'Saturday Night Live' Sucks, You May Suffer From Selective Memory

    A core element of the "SNL" experience is that of selective memory, something that happens when anything runs almost four decades.

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    Best Moments from Andy Samberg's Epic SNL Season Finale

    Andy Samberg's return in the season finale of SNL proved epic with the return of his own characters and of many, many more stars including Bill Maher and Kristen Wiig. Here are the best moments from Samberg's performance, including yet another great prerecorded music video.

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