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    Do Cable Drama After-Shows Capture Watercooler Buzz or Waste Fans' Time?

    Live post-game commentary isn't just for televised sports anymore. These days, it's increasingly common for a crew of experts to sit around breaking down all the bold plays executed by an episode of dramatic television after the credits roll.

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    Watch: 1 Hour Q&A With Female Leads Of ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Homeland,’ ‘American Horror Story’ & More

    Well, it’s getting near that time for the Emmys, arguably the Oscars of TV, and as TV keeps gaining ground on movies—see movie star Tom Hardy’s recent comments on the medium—the Emmys are becoming more and more legitimate (well, except when it comes to the nominees and winners, but still...). And in...

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    A&E Renews 'Bates Motel' for Another Eerie Season

    Securing a loyal fan base with its quasi-creepy twistedness, "Bates Motel" will begin production in this fall for a 10-episode third season. A&E's general manager David McKillop announced the placement of the order today. Currently the show is going strong, with the first episode of season 2 premier...

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    Why Dramas Like 'Bates Motel' Are So Important for A&E, Even When the Network's Topping the Reality Rankings With 'Duck Dynasty'

    A&E's General Manager David McKillop explains why scripted programming is still so important to the network even when it has one of the biggest reality hits on air, and why he loved the Vera Farmiga freakout supercut.

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    Producer Says Showtime Wouldn't Let Writers Kill 'Dexter,' Hannah Gets A Grandma On 'Girls' & More

    As widely derided as the "Breaking Bad" finale was praised, Showtime's "Dexter" serial killer drama also came to an end recently, and many fans were not happy. While we're still a season behind, even someone not following the show only had to turn to social media over the run of its final episodes, ...

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    'Bates Motel' Checks In For A Second Season On A&E

    Trend alert!? Are we headed for full blown prequel-itis on TV? With NBC experiencing a nearly-there hit with the actually pretty decent "Hannibal" (they're going to rerun the pilot this Wednesday night, before airing the second episode on Thursday), A&E has already gone ahead and declared "Bates Mot...

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    Where Will TV Fit Into SXSW?

    Anyone wandering through the first floor of the Austin Convention Center during SXSW this year could have spent an entertaining few minutes watching people take pictures on the "Game of Thrones" throne set up next to the display of posters from the Film portion of the festival.

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Jane Campion's Mystery Miniseries and Carlton Cuse's 'Psycho' Prequel Both Premiere

    This week on television, both Jane Campion's mystery miniseries "Top of the Lake" and A&E's "Psycho" prequel series "Bates Motel" have their premiere.

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    Watch: First 6 Minutes Of 'Psycho' Prequel Series 'Bates Motel'

    When considering a stay at the “Bates Motel,” it’s probably worth remembering that couple who were looking for a quiet night at the start of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Judging by its Gothic ambiance and mentally unstable management, teased in a new 6-minute clip from the upcoming A&E drama, th...

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    Watch: Trailer & Extended Clip From 'Psycho' Prequel Series 'Bates Motel'

    It has to be either the best or the worst idea in television. Though the concept of a Hitchcock prequel starring that kid from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” conjures an image of a slow-motion train wreck, for those who like their characters nutty and their storylines nuttier (a.k.a...

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