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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: 'Scandal' and 'Community' Wrap Up, While 'Fargo' Is Just Getting Started

    While the week is stocked with season finales, at least one major show is starting its run in mid-April (no, not "Mad Men.").

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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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    ESPN Announces Its Next '30 for 30' Documentary: 'Requiem for the Big East'

    "Requiem for the Big East," ESPN's next installment in its acclaimed "30 for 30" documentary series, will premiere on Sunday, March 16th at 9pm ET.

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    Watch: ESPN's '30 for 30' Explores The Story of Accused (and Cleared) Olympic Bomber Richard Jewell in a New Doc Short

    Continuing the "30 for 30" short series, the online companion piece to the feature-length "30 for 30" documentaries, ESPN debuted "Judging Jewell" by Adam Hootnick ("Unsettled").

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    Review: ESPN's Brilliant Doc 'The Price of Gold' Investigates The 20-Year Old Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan Scandal

    It's fitting that, just weeks away from a new Winter Olympic Games Sochi, Russia, that ESPN's amazing "30 for 30" documentary series would turn its attention to the scandal that rocked the Winter Olympics 20 years ago: the 1994 attack on figure skater Nancy Kerrigan that was organized and carried ou...

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    ESPN Announces '30 for 30: Soccer Stories' Doc Series, Featuring Directors Alex Gibney, Brett Ratner and More

    ESPN will be home to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, so to accompany the event the network had commissioned a series of soccer-centric documentaries that will premiere in April.

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    ESPN '30 for 30' Doc 'The Price of Gold,' Directed by Nanette Burstein, Will Look Back at the Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan Controversy

    ESPN's "30 for 30" films tend to be male focused -- hence the network's airing "Nine for IX," a separate (corrective) set of female-directed, female-centric docs, this summer. But the latest "30 for 30" film to be announced, "The Price of Gold" will be all about two well-known female Olympians as we...

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    New Film From Directors of 'The Two Escobars' to Air As Part of ESPN's '30 for 30' in December

    Jeff and Michael Zimbalist's "The Two Escobars" was one of the best films from the first round of ESPN's "30 for 30" documentary series, not to mention a hit on the fest circuit, playing Tribeca, Cannes and the Los Angeles Film Festival. The doc explored how the lives and deaths of Columbian soccer ...

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    Watch: The Climactic 'Space Jam' Basketball Game, As Recounted in the Style of an ESPN '30 for 30' Doc

    ESPN's Peabody Award-winning documentary series "30 for 30" has explored everything from the trial of a high school-aged Allen Iverson to Pablo Escobar's involvement with Columbian soccer, always in depth and with respect -- which is why it's such a perfect candidate to be skewered.

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