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    TNT's 'Legends' Slated to Open ATX Television Festival

    Based on Robert Littell's novel of the same name, "Legends" centers on Martin Odum, a talented deep cover FBI agent who begins to question his identity following an encounter with a mysterious stranger. Odum is played by "Game of Thrones" alum Sean Bean. Ali Larter co-stars as Crystal Quest, a deep ...

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    Guillermo del Toro's 'The Strain' World Premiere to Close Out the ATX Television Festival

    The drama series starring "House of Cards" actor Corey Stoll and Sean Astin will make its world premiere June 7th at the closing night of Austin's television festival.

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    ATX Television Festival Unveils a Lineup That Includes 'Orphan Black,' 'Review' and 'Revenge'

    With quality television on the rise and creating some tough competition for cinema, it comes as no surprise that TV shows are now getting their own festivals. One of the more prominent ones is undoubtedly the ATX Television Festival, which will take place in Austin, TX from June 5-8.

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    ATX Television Festival Announces First Round of Programming, With Amy Sherman Palladino, Graham Yost in Attendance and an 'Everwood' Reunion Planned

    The third ATX Television Festival will take place in Austin, TX from June 5-8th, 2014. The fest consists of a weekend of panels with actors, writers, directors, showrunners and more, as well as screenings of classic shows, never aired pilots, current series and new premieres. Its success speaks to t...

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    The Next 'Breaking Bad'? 'Low Winter Sun' Showrunner Chris Mundy on His New AMC Crime Drama

    When it comes to interviews, Chris Mundy is better acquainted with the other side of the table. The Rolling Stone editor turned AMC showrunner sat down with everybody from Kurt Cobain to Elliott Smith during tenure at the magazine, which spanned the peak of the record industry, from 1989-2000.

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