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    'Resurrection' and Why TV's Suddenly All About Coming Back From The Dead

    "Resurrection," the new ABC limited series premiering this Sunday, March 9th, begins with a little boy who's come back from the dead. This is a very trendy thing for him to do.

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    Why Oscar's Biggest Hero Will Always Be Itself

    The 2014 Academy Awards swung between the usual puffery and some amusingly casual moments -- now how about some pizza and a selfie?

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    ABC To Stream Oscars Online For First Time

    For the first time ever, The Oscars preshow and full awards telecast will stream live online.

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    David O. Russell Won't Be Making His First TV Series With ABC After All

    David O. Russell might have turned into an Academy Awards favorite -- he's up for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for "American Hustle," which is vying for eight additional trophies this Sunday -- but here's a reminder that for every Russell project that comes to fruition, there's another...

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    Christian Slater and Steve Zahn Psychological Manipulate People For Good and For Profit In 'Mind Games'

    Writer/producer Kyle Killen has had some bad luck with some good series. Will that change with his new ABC drama "Mind Games"?

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    ABC Orders a Country Club Drama From David O. Russell Straight to Series

    David O. Russell's shaping up to have a good year on the small screen as well as the big. The "American Hustle" director and current Oscar nominee is headed to television with a still untitled drama project based on a story from him and "Erin Brockovich" writer Susannah Grant,

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    Why The Most Formidable Characters in 'Scandal' Aren't the Ones in Power

    "Scandal" closed out the fall half of its season the way it began, with a biting speech from Joe Morton.

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Bill Cosby, Moms Mabley and the 50th Anniversary of 'Doctor Who'

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Boardwalk Empire," "Homeland," "Masters of Sex," "The Walking Dead" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    The Five New Fall Shows We're Sticking With, From S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents to Third Wives

    Not every new show of the 2013-2014 network television season has gotten its chance on air yet -- J.J. Abrams' "Almost Human" premieres this Sunday on Fox, and there's still the slate of midseason series set for early next year. But we are deep enough into fall that others, like "Ironside," "Lucky 7...

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    Why 'Scandal' is Doing a Better Job of Channeling American Fears Than 'Homeland' This Season

    "Homeland" has introduced a queasy new antagonist, but it's one who's a little closer to home on "Scandal" who really resonates this year.

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