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    Emmy Watch: 'Masters of Sex' Is One of the Best Shows on Television. Will Voters Notice?

    The first season of Showtime's "Masters of Sex" received five Emmy nominations last month, including Lead Actress (Lizzy Caplan) and Guest Actress (Allison Janney). Can the series' excellent sophomore run, currently airing Sunday nights at 10, boost its chances of winning?

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    Emmy Watch: The Decline and Fall of 'Downton Abbey'

    As hulking and lavish as the Titanic, "Downton Abbey" appears unsinkable -- especially when it comes to Emmy voters and fans. But the series, whose first episode began with news of that famous ship's North Atlantic disaster, is not immune to rough seas. Does the disappointing fourth season of "Downt...

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    Martin Freeman Talks 'Fargo,' 'Sherlock' Season 4, and Why He's Not Working for Awards

    Martin Freeman has two Emmy nominations this year, one of which finds him facing off against his co-star on 'Sherlock' Benedict Cumberbatch as well as fellow Brit Idris Elba ("Luther"). The man famous for playing Dr. Watson and the Hobbit shares his thoughts on the awards race, his distaste for sequ...

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    Emmys: Netflix Pushes 'Orange is the New Black,' Kate Mulgrew at Academy Screening Hosted by Chelsea Handler

    Emmys campaigning is in full swing, and Guest Actress nominee Kate Mulgrew got a nice showcase at Monday night's Academy screening in Hollywood.

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    Emmy Watch: Learning to Love 'Game of Thrones'

    The first time I quit "Game of Thrones," in the midst of the prolonged setup that plagued season one, it came as a relief.

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    Career Watch: TV Provides Stepping Stone to Film for Edgy Emmy Nominees Dreyfuss, Driver, Louis C.K.

    These days, a movie star can easily make the switch to TV with no loss of stature. In fact, Matthew McConaughey’s acclaimed work on the HBO series “True Detective” probably helped to seal the deal on his Oscar win for “Dallas Buyers Club.” But taking the leap from TV to film? That’s an iffier propo...

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    Career Watch: TV Boosts Movie Stars Jon Voight, Robin Wright and Kevin Spacey

    With Emmy Award season in full swing (the show airs Aug. 25), we look at three Emmy nominees who came up in Hollywood and are enjoying a career boost from their work in television. These days it's possible to move more fluidly than ever before between movies and TV (the late great James Garner was a...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Best Indie Posters, Zach Braff Review and More

    With the week coming to a close, Indiewire has put together a list of some of our most popular content of the week.

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    Tribeca Film Institute Alums, PBS 'POV' Docs Land Emmy Nominations

    Four Tribeca Film Institute docs, along with a whole host of independently-produced docs broadcast as part of the PBS "POV" series, received Emmy nods.

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