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    Why Television Has Latched Onto The Role of the Vice President, From 'House of Cards' to 'Scandal' and 'Veep'

    From "House of Cards" to "Veep" to "Scandal," why television has turned to Vice Presidents as a major source of drama and comedy.

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    Why Gillian Anderson Is TV's Reigning Queen, Balancing Three Series

    Gillian Anderson talks starring in the new NBC series "Crisis" while keeping her role in "Hannibal" and working on the acclaimed British drama "The Fall," and how the roles she's played -- including Dana Scully on "The X-Files" -- have shaped her personally.

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    Danny Pudi Discusses His Directorial Debut for ESPN and the Future of 'Community'

    Danny Pudi discusses his roots at Marquette, the origins of "Untucked," and whether or not "Community" can make it six seasons and movie.

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    Lena Dunham's Four Best Moments Hosting 'Saturday Night Live'

    "There is an old saying: If you're nervous on stage, just imagine the audience naked... Or at least imagine they haven't seen you naked."

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    SXSW: Seth Meyers on Taking Over 'Late Night' and Finding New Writers on Twitter

    Just two weeks after taking over from Jimmy Fallon as host of NBC's "Late Night," Seth Meyers dropped by SXSW to talk about his new role with panel moderator Olivia Munn, on a Saturday off from the show.

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    Alfonso Cuarón Successfully Scales Down to The Small Screen With His First-Ever TV Series 'Believe'

    "Believe" begins with an elaborate, nearly three-minute shot (or collection of shots seamless stitched together) that starts in the car in which Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a little girl, is riding with her foster parents, and ends in the rain outside its wreck.

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    How 'Seinfeld' Revolutionized The Sitcom

    An excerpt on NBC's famous "show about nothing" from critic and author Saul Austerlitz's new book "Sitcom: A History in 24 Episodes from 'I Love Lucy' to 'Community.'"

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    Can 'Parks and Recreation' Survive for a Seventh Season Without Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones -- and Should It?

    "Parks and Recreation" has survived a series of shakeups before, but can they survive without Chris and Ann?

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    'Hannibal' Showrunner Bryan Fuller Talks Starting Season Two With a Shocking Fight Scene and Whether We'll Ever Get to See Clarice Starling

    Bryan Fuller sits down to discuss the second season of NBC's "Hannibal," that opening fight scene, Michael Pitt's new character and whether we'll ever see Clarice Starling.

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    Why Filmmakers Like Neil Jordan Are Drawn to Television Even While Feeling Cinema Is 'Irreplaceable'

    As part of the Berlinale Talents creative summit earlier this month, Irish director Neil Jordan (who created the Showtime historical drama "The Borgias") and Hollywood producer Martha De Laurentiis ("Hannibal"), the widow of the late legendary producer Dino De Laurentiis, spoke about the differences...

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