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    Fall 2014 TV Preview: Between 'Outlander,' 'The Knick,' 'Please Like Me' and 'Cristala,' Don't Give Up on Fridays and Saturdays

    Thanks to the television revolution, new shows now spring up throughout the calendar year -- but no matter how many premieres occur during the other seasons, the fall is still when most programming kicks into full swing. The Indiewire TV team is here to help you wade through the sea of fall TV, bala...

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    NBC & FOX Upfronts Wrap-Up: Trailers, Analysis, and More for Fall's Most Promising Shows

    Indiewire editors discuss the best and worst news from NBC and FOX at Monday's upfront presentations.

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    Watch: 3-Minute Trailer For NBC's DC Comics Series 'Constantine' Plus Clip From The Show

    Well, NBC is putting together its fall schedule and, right on cue, a trailer for one of their new shows has recently been made available online. Given the “prime” timeslot of… Fridays at 10pm… “Constantine” continues network television’s growing interest in adapting comic books into TV series. It wa...

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    Neil Marshall To Helm 'Constantine' Pilot, Marc Forster Directs Amazon Studio's 'Hand Of God' & More

    As comic book movies are proving to be a big deal at the box office, it's no surprise that the television world is hoping to lure the same audience. Developing steadily over the past few months, Deadline reports that NBC has now found a director for their "Constantine" pilot: Neil Marshall.

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    NBC Orders Pilot For David Goyer's 'Constantine'; Zach Galifianakis To Star In Louis C.K.-Produced FX Comedy

    While the adventures of John Constantine failed to capture the popular imagination on the big screen in the 2005 movie starring Keanu Reeves, DC Comics is giving it another whirl on the small screen. Last fall, Warner Bros. TV entrusted David Goyer with producing the potential series along with Dani...

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