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    The Five Best Opening Credits Sequences From 2012's New Shows

    A quick survey of this fall's (and the past summer's) new shows suggests that whatever other trends you may spot -- apocalyptic settings, single leading ladies, atypical families -- TV definitely seems to be moving away from the traditional opening credits sequence to a more straightforward ...

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    TV Ratings: Winners ("NCIS," "Once Upon a Time") and Losers (The World Series, "Happy Endings")

    The 2012-13 television season just finished up its fifth week, and for the first time this season NBC did not lead in the 18-49 demographic, and CBS didn't lead in viewers. Instead, Fox did -- but it was likely a World Series-influenced fluke, and one that could have been more impressive.  ...

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    Robin Williams Eyeing a Return to TV With Sitcom 'The Crazy Ones'

    Robin Williams, who recently dipped his toe back in the world of TV with appearances on "Wilfred" (as a "Good Will Hunting"-style therapist) and "Louie" (as the only other mourner at the funeral of a man they both disliked), is looking to make a more permanent return to...

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    David Mamet Rebooting Western Series 'Have Gun - Will Travel' at CBS

    Playwright, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, essayist and occasional angry person David Mamet has a new TV project in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS has made a script deal with Mamet for a reboot of the 1957-1963 Western "Have Gun - Will Travel."

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    David O. Russell Will Direct a Father-Daughter Legal Drama for CBS Written by Danny Strong of 'Game Change'

    David O. Russell has his new movie "Silver Linings Playbook" set for a November release after its premiere in Toronto, and next up the filmmaker will be dipping his toe in the television world. According to Deadline, the punchy auteur's attached to direct a new legal drama that's j...

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    The Divorce Stays in the Picture: Vince Vaughn Rebooting 'The Brady Bunch' For CBS

    "Dallas" is back on the air on TNT as if the Ewings never stopped scheming, even when the cameras weren't running for two decades, and now the Bradys look to be returning to televisions near you, this time focused on Bobby (who also has a thing for blended families).

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    Watch: 'Elementary,' My Dear Joan Watson? Jonny Lee Miller Stars in CBS Modern Sherlock

    "Elementary" has either the misforture or, I'm sure according to CBS, the great luck to arrive this fall on the heels of the success of BBC's wildly popular contemporary take on Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary detective "Sherlock," a series that has made a star of lead...

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    'Two and a Half Men' Creator Says There's Too Much 'Vagina on Television'

    Talking to the Hollywood Reporter about whether or not "Two and a Half Men" pinch hitter Ashton Kutcher would be back for another season, co-creator Lee Aronsohn had some opinions to share about the recent slate of female-driven comedies, a la "Whitney," "2 Broke Girls,...

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