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    5 TV Women to be Thankful for This Thanksgivukkah

    On TV, women have stepped up as innovative showrunners and sought-after directors and have found increasingly rich parts as actresses. So for Thanksgiving, here are five women in television I’m remarkably glad are making it better for the rest of us:

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    Vince Gilligan Says It's Likely Jesse Pinkman Got Arrested For Murder After The Finale Of 'Breaking Bad'

    While it's been two months since "Breaking Bad" said goodbye and Walter White's fate was sealed, that ending is still being talked about. In particular, creator/writer Vince Gilligan has been sharing his process, revealing the harsher finale they didn't use and the alternate ideas they kicked around...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: 'Nymphomaniac' Trailer Finally Unveiled, Oscar Prediction Updates, Sundance Wishlist & More

    The past week has provided plenty of new developments and stories in the world of film. Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" will likely go down as one of the most talked-about movies of 2013, even though its stateside release likely won't come until well into next year. Just this morning the first full ...

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    Watch: The 'Malcolm In The Middle' Alternate Ending To 'Breaking Bad'

    While Jeffrey Katzenberg's dream of just three more episodes remains just that and while we've debated at length the merits of the finale of one of the finest dramatic shows in recent memory, the creators of "Breaking Bad" have one more treat for you on the upcoming DVD box set: an official alternat...

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    ‘Better Call Saul’ Might Be A Sequel Too, But Don't Call It 'Breaking Bad 2.0'

    If you’re still mourning the loss of “Breaking Bad,” cheer up, because Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould are gearing up to bring you back to the ABQ through the Saul Goodman spin-off “Better Call Saul.” While the show was originally announced as a prequel, it appears that some discussions have been had...

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    Are Recaps Killing TV Criticism?

    A writer argues that episode-driven reviews limit their audiences and inhibit the discussion. Sam Adams disagrees.

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    Good Or Bad Idea? Vince Gilligan Says Walt And Jesse Cameos Likely For 'Better Call Saul'

    Now that “Breaking Bad” has reached its end with less vitriol than normal for a series finale, the focus naturally shifts to its creator Vince Gilligan's next move, and also how well the show's legacy can be protected. As it turns out his next project will address both, as Gilligan has hopped onboar...

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    How Much Would You Pay? Jeffrey Katzenberg Offered $75 Million For 3 More 'Breaking Bad' Episodes

    Last Sunday, a strange thing happened. Between 9 and 10 PM in living rooms all over the nation, people didn't know what to do. For the last eight weeks, folks had been hitting AMC for their weekly fix of "Breaking Bad" as it wound down its last season, right up to the finale and now....people are lo...

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    Why Oliver Stone Let Loose on the 'Breaking Bad' Finale: "The Most Ridiculous 15 Minutes... It Would Be Laughed Off the Screen"

    While the much discussed "Breaking Bad" finale had plenty of supporters, director Oliver Stone was not one of them. He told Forbes that he "happened to tune in and saw the most ridiculous 15 minutes of a movie -- it would be laughed off the screen."

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    Oliver Stone Says 'Breaking Bad' Finale Was Too Violent & "Ridiculous"

    Oliver Stone has been no stranger to scenes of explicit violence. To call "Natural Born Killers" controversial would be an understatement, while Brian De Palma's "Scarface" (which he wrote) basks in its own gratuitous glory. And Stone's last feature, "Savages," featured attractive young people havin...

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