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    Five of Pilot Season's Most Interesting-Sounding Projects

    It's pilot season, which means the broadcast networks are in an order frenzy for episodes of potential new shows for the fall season. While the more covered likes of Shawn Ryan's "Beverly Hills Cop" and Joss Whedon's "S.H.I.E.L.D." are out there in the mix, here's...

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    Jim O'Heir, The Eternally Abused Jerry of 'Parks and Rec,' Talks Meeting Newt Gingrich and Why His Character's Actually Got It Made

    As the always picked-on Pawnee government employee Jerry Gergich, Jim O'Heir is one of best stealth comedic weapons on "Parks and Recreation."

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    From Vic Ferrari to 'Do No Harm': Six Highlights From TV's Long Love Affair With Multiple Personalities

    NBC's new drama "Do No Harm," which premieres on the network January 31st but is current being offered up for preview on Hulu, is a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde variation starring Steven Pasquale ("Rescue Me") as neurosurgeon Dr. Jason Cole, who from 8:25pm to 8:25am every night i...

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    The Golden Globes Are Still a Bewildering Award Show, But This Year, They Made For Great TV

    As a meaningful measure of film or television quality, the Golden Globes are and continue to be goofy and erratic at best. But as an awards show, last night's iteration was uncommonly entertaining, filled with weirdness, humor and poignance, along with the usual back-patting.

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    Why Do We Enjoy On-Screen Violence? Newtown Casts a Shadow Over TCA

    At the TCA Winter Press Tour this morning, Fox presented "The Following," the network's new drama starting January 21 and starring Kevin Bacon in his first regular (non-soap opera, for those with long memories) role as an FBI agent brought in to battle James Purefoy as a seri...

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    Daria's Descendants: 5 Characters Who Owe Their Existence to MTV's Sardonic Animated Heroine

    It's been a decade since the Glenn Eichler and Susie Lewis Lynn animated series went off the air, but the impact of its eponymous heroine and her deadpan journey through life in the suburbs is still felt.

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    Can 'Smash' Get Past Being the Show We Love to Hate-Watch?

    Despite all the great television made in 2012, there was only one show that demanded to be watched live: "Smash."

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    The 10 Best Television Episodes of 2012

    A person can only watch so much television in a year, though thanks to DVRs, Hulu, Netlix and a crazy proliferation of quality series to keep up with, that amount can be considerable and a little terrifying. Still, any list of the best of the year in TV is, like a film best-of list, going to be limi...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: 'Sons of Anarchy' Solves Problems With Violence While Charlotte Rampling Plays a Spy

    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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    Liz Lemon is No Longer Television's Favorite Workaholic Singleton

    The article below contains spoilers for "Mazel Tov, Dummies!," the Thursday, November 29 episode of "30 Rock."

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