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    Watch: Guillermo del Toro Finds 'The Gothic In The Now' Inside 'The Strain'

    FX has just posted a behind-the-scenes video for their upcoming drama series, "The Strain." The show, developed by Guillermo del Toro ("Pan's Labyrinth," "Hell Boy"), Chuck Hogan and Carlton Cuse ("Lost"), premieres Sunday July 13 at 10:00 PM ET/PT.

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    Watch: 10th Anniversary ‘Lost’ PaleyFest Panel, Creators Definitively Deny "Everyone Was Dead" Theory

    Ten years on from its stunning pilot episode, “Lost” and its mysteries still hold the power to render shafted fans blind with fury, and defenders ultra-articulate as to why the finale ended the show on a perfect note. The latter viewpoint definitely won out this past weekend during a PaleyFest reuni...

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    Watch: New York Goes Dark in a New Teaser for Guillermo del Toro's FX Drama 'The Strain'

    The lights go out all over Manhattan in the second teaser for "The Strain," the new vampire series from Guillermo del Toro premiering on FX this July.

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    FX Orders Guillermo del Toro's Vampire Apocalypse Drama 'The Strain' to Series

    It was really only a matter of time before FX greenlit "The Strain," its high-profile vampire apocalypse project created by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan and based on their trilogy of novels of the same name.

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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 Butler'-Esque Drama Heads To ABC, Kevin James Returns To Sitcoms & More

    As “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” continues its sleeper hit success, ABC has decided (per Deadline) to produce a limited series focused on a different White House servant, Paul Jennings. Adapted from Elizabeth Dowling Taylor’s “A Slave in the White House,” the show would focus on Jennings, a Virginia-bor...

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    'Bates Motel': When Being a Prequel Becomes Only a Question of Foreshadowing

    A&E's drama "Bates Motel" is, at least in theory, a prequel to the classic 1960 film "Psycho." It's centered around the creaky motel of the title with the iconic house looming behind it, and it has for a main character a sweet but troubled teenage boy named Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) whose clos...

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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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    Why Do We Enjoy On-Screen Violence? Newtown Casts a Shadow Over TCA

    At the TCA Winter Press Tour this morning, Fox presented "The Following," the network's new drama starting January 21 and starring Kevin Bacon in his first regular (non-soap opera, for those with long memories) role as an FBI agent brought in to battle James Purefoy as a seri...

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    Carlton Cuse and Vera Farmiga Reveal How Close 'Bates Motel' Will Keep to 'Psycho' at the TCA Winter Press Tour

    A&E's "Bates Motel" is one of the new year's most intriguing TV additions, a ten-episode prequel to "Psycho" moved up to the present day and executive produced by "Lost" showrunner Carlton Cuse. Freddie Highmore plays teenaged Norman Bates, while V...

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