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    On FOX's Summer Series 'Wayward Pines,' M. Night Shyamalan’s Last Stand

    Developed by Chad Hodge and produced by the once-renowned director of 'The Sixth Sense,' 'Wayward Pines' is a Frankenstein's monster of influences, an assemblage of spare parts that reeks of a failed experiment.

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    CinemaCon: Fox Launches Possible Oscar Contenders

    Twentieth Century Fox has a tradition of boosting a would-be Oscar contender at CinemaCon, from Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" to Ben Stiller's "Life of Walter Mitty."

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    Why You Don't Need to Be a Sci-Fi Junkie to Become a Believer in 'The X-Files'

    The tension between evidence and explanation, skepticism and belief, convention and invention, is the galvanic force behind "The X-Files," which rivals "Twin Peaks" and "Homicide: Life on the Street" as the best drama of the 1990s.

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    'Empire' Finale Hits New Ratings High; Hulu Scores Exclusive Streaming Rights to FOX's Freshman Sensation

    Creator Lee Daniels' sexy, salacious melodrama capped off its record-breaking first season last night with the most-watched episode of any network drama since 2009.

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    The Near-Perfect First Season of 'Glee'

    As FOX's high-school musical comes to an end, it's worth remembering that the series started out as a fizzy, sentimental classic.

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    Four Lessons for the Broadcast Networks from the 2014-2015 Season (So Far)

    As the 2014-2015 season hits the home stretch, after six months largely defined for the Big Four by trial and error, here are TOH!'s four takeaways about ratings, quality, and finding an audience in the medium's rapidly evolving landscape.

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    In Fantastic New Comedies 'Last Man on Earth' and 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' First Tragedy, Then Farce

    Bright, zippy, absolutely hilarious depictions of loneliness, human frailty, and abject failure, the latest series from Netflix and FOX are the perfect comedies for an anxious age.

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    TV Exec Michael Wright to Replace Departing DreamWorks Chief Stacey Snider in January

    A pressing question in Hollywood has been what happens after Stacey Snider leaves DreamWorks (and its financing partner Reliance and distributor Disney) for Fox. Well, Steven Spielberg has found a replacement for his departing DreamWorks chief executive. Michael Wright, who last month left his gig a...

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    'Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking,' TCM's Doc on Top Hollywood Producer Richard D. Zanuck, Heads to DVD

    A must-see for students of Hollywood and would-be producers, Laurent Bouzereau’s inside-the-movie-biz documentary “Don’t Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck,” will be released on DVD this September, via Turner Classic Movies.

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    Fox Pushes Back Spy Thriller 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Starring Colin Firth (TRAILER)

    One Comic-Con movie that I actually wanted to see has been pushed back from October 24 to February 2015. It's Matthew Vaughn's spy flick "Kingsman: The Secret Service," which to be fair, looks like it might play better in a less competitive time frame.

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