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    A&E Gives a Pilot Order to 'Occult,' From Michael Bay and 'X-Files' Writer James Wong

    Having devoted most of his career to date to massive spectacle on the big screen, Michael Bay looks to be getting into television in a major way this year. Having sold eight-episode pirate series "Black Sails" to Starz in May, he also docked a pilot for post-apocalyptic series "The La...

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    Vera Farmiga Will Play Norman Bates' Mother on A&E's 'Psycho' Prequel 'Bates Motel'

    Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga will be returning to the small screen, where in the past she's starred in USA Network procedural "Touching Evil," NBC action series "UC: Undercover" and Fox fantasy show "Roar" (alongside a young Heath Ledger), to play the pre-mummified Mr...

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    A&E Remaking Danish Crime Series 'Those Who Kill'

    While AMC's adaptation of a Danish procedural "The Killing" has run for two seasons with mixed success, A&E is investing in a Scandinavian remake of its own.

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    A&E Greenlights the Hitchcock-Inspired Drama 'Bates Motel'

    Get ready for some dark, Freudian Norman Bates backstory -- A&E has put in a straight-to-series order (bypassing a pilot) for "Bates Motel," a drama about the early days of the "Psycho" killer and his relationship with his mother.

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    A&E IndieFilms Producing Doc About Jerry Sandusky Scandal

    A&E's documentary department A&E IndieFilms has signed on to produce "Happy Valley," a nonfiction feature that will focus on "the Penn State University community that was rocked in 2011 by charges of sexual abuse involving former Nittany Lions assistant football coach Jerr...

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    Rosario Dawson's Graphic Novel 'O.C.T.' Being Developed Into a Show for A&E

    "O.C.T.: Occult Crimes Taskforce," the graphic novel created by actress Rosario Dawson, writer David Atchison and illustrator Tony Shasteen, is being developed into a scripted drama for A&E.

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