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    How 'Game of Thrones,' 'Hannibal' and Other TV Inspired Beautiful (Classical) Music

    New York-based One World Symphony has devoted their entire 14th season to the world of television.

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    'Better Call Saul': 'Breaking Bad' Prequel Accepts the Charges

    The man who would be Walter White's shyster gets his spinoff prequel, and we're intrigued enough to keep watching.

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    Daily Reads: Why No One Remembers "Avatar," the Best Blu-rays and DVDs of 2014, and more

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    Who's Michelle MacLaren? TV's Most Bad-Ass Female Director Set for 'Wonder Woman'

    While Princess Diana of Themyscira's comics' backstory is a confusing, contradictory thing, her film franchise officially has a birth mother.

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    Watch: Bryan Cranston Tells Kids 'You Have to F-king Eat' in NSFW Videos

    The four-time Emmy-winning actor says exactly what parents (secretly) want to tell their kids while narrating Adam Mansbach's children's book.

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    Watch: AMC Teases 'Breaking Bad' Fans With Trip to the 'Better Call Saul' Set

    A real "Breaking Bad" fan reports on the newest promotional video supplied by AMC.

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    'The Good Wife' Takes Another Slap at Cable-TV Antiheroes: 'The Badass Is the Guy With the Gun'

    The CBS drama's creators have made no secret of their distaste for TV-antihero clichés.

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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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