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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Broke Athletes, Presidential Ambition and Women Changing the World

    Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "Boardwalk Empire," "Hell on Wheels," "Copper," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highligh...

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    ESPN Launches '30 for 30 Shorts' With Schwarzenegger-Centric 'Arnold's Blueprint,' From the Directors of 'The Two Escobars'

    ESPN announced in May that it was bringing back "30 for 30," the network's award-winning program of sports-centric documentaries, for another round of 30 new features. The series kicks off next week with "Broke" by Billy Corben, a doc about the financial difficulties many pro...

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    ESPN Announces Fall '30 for 30' Schedule, Adds '9.79*,' 'Ghosts of Ole Miss,' 'There’s No Place Like Home'

    ESPN announced that their excellent and much-lauded sports documentary series, "30 for 30," will return in May along with four of the 30 new feature-length docs they plan to premiere. Now the network has set its fall schedule for the series and confirmed three additional titles for the sea...

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    ESPN Brings Back Sports Doc Series '30 For 30'

    ESPN's acclaimed, Peabody Award-winning documentary series "30 for 30" will be returning with new films in October, the network announced today. Like the first series, "30 for 30 Vol. II" will unite a wide array of filmmakers to tell nonfiction stories from the sports wo...

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    ESPN Orders Up Second Batch Of '30 For 30' Documentaries, Will Start Airing In October

    Whether you're a sports nut or not, some of the finest documentaries of the past few years have been found on ESPN's "30 For 30" series. Kicking off in October 2009 and ending in December 2010 (which about a dozen more films added in 2011), the endeavor gave feature filmmakers crea...

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