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    Review: 'True Blood' Season 7 Episode 9, 'Love Is To Die': Jason Becomes A Man

    On the one hand, tonight's "True Blood" had some nice character work for Jason, and some pretty decent jokes. On the other hand, this is the penultimate episode of the entire series, and it was just a series of low-stakes conversations.

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    HBO Dates Scorsese Doc on New York Review of Books, 'The 50 Year Argument'

    HBO will debut 'The 50 Year Argument,' directed by Martin Scorsese and his longtime documentary collaborator David Tedeschi, on Monday, September 29 exclusively. The documentary profiles The New York Review of Books and founding editor Robert Silvers, who, along with his co-editor, Barbara Epstein (...

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    Review: 'True Blood' Season 7 Episode 8, 'Almost Home,' Hits The Romantic Reset Button

    Apparently the writers of this season of "True Blood" have one primary mission: get everyone back with whomever they were with in Seasons 1 and 2. And by God they mean to achieve that goal, even if they have to murder every character that stands in their way.

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    Review: 'True Blood' Season 7, Episode 7, 'May Be The Last Time': Oh, If Only That Were True

    Unnecessary flashbacks and Rutger Hauer populate this week's countdown to the inevitable.

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    Watch: Someone on 'The Leftovers' Takes Drastic Measures in New Episode 6 Clip

    Carrie Coon's emotionally tormented Nora Durst is front and center in a clip from Sunday's all new episode of "The Leftovers."

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    'True Blood,' After 9 Years and 7 Seasons, Finally Took On Hurricane Katrina

    The television series "True Blood" is no stranger to metaphor, and it isn’t afraid to hit an allegory pretty hard. Previous seasons have alluded to the conservative right, prewar anti-Jewish legislation, and religious fundamentalism. Now, in its seventh and final season, "True Blood" is not only plu...

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    Watch: 'Boardwalk Empire' Showrunner Terence Winter Talks Season 5 in Making Of Feature

    After Serving for so long in the writers' room of "The Sopranos," Terence Winter reveals new Sopranos-esque story lines in the fifth season of "Boardwalk Empire."

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    Why 'Last Week Tonight With John Oliver' is The Next Generation of Late Night

    And what is the charming former "Daily Show" host doing that makes his new show so compelling?

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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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