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    In Its Third Season, 'Girls' Ventures Into Edgy New Territory: Happiness

    Lena Dunham's HBO series returns on Sunday, January 12th -- here's our review.

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    'True Detective': HBO's Next Great Drama or Just Another Serial Killer Story?

    Check out our review of "True Detective," HBO's upcoming crime drama created by Nic Pizzolatto, directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey.

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    Pre-Sundance Fest, Open Road Replaces Acquisitions Chief

    Just ahead of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, AMC and Regal-owned indie distributor Open Road Films is replacing Ben Cotner, its departing senior VP of acquisitions, with new executive vice president of production and acquisitions, Peter Lawson. He'll have a chance to check out the Sundance world p...

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    Review: Oscar-Shortlisted Documentary 'First Cousin, Once Removed'

    Some docs are journalism. Some are history. Some are entertainment. Very few aspire to poetry -- the Oscar-shortlisted “First Cousin, Once Removed” by Alan Berliner being a notable exception.

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    Watch: HBO's Year-End Video Offers Glimpses of 2014 Programming, From Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley' to Ryan Murphy's 'The Normal Heart'

    HBO's released a video commemorating its year in programming, from "Behind the Candelabra" to "Enlightened" and "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," and offering a few tantalizing glimpses of what's next.

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    HBO to Air Billy Crystal's Tony-Winning Broadway Show '700 Sundays'

    Billy Crystal's autobiographical one-man show "700 Sundays" is among the highest grossing plays in Broadway history. It will make its televised debut exclusively on HBO later in 2014, the premium network announced today.

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    Mike White Has a New Comedy in Development at HBO

    In a heartbreaker of a decision, HBO canceled "Enlightened" back in March. Despite the critical love and award wins, the Laura Dern/Mike White series never attracted a significant audience -- but that doesn't mean the network's done with White.

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    Watch: HBO Has Put the Full First Episodes of New Comedies 'Getting On' and 'Ja'mie: Private School Girl' Online for Free

    HBO launched two new, smaller-scale comedies last night -- "Getting On," a remake of a British series, and Australian import "Ja'mie: Private School Girl." The network's now put the first episodes of both online for free viewing on YouTube.

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    'Boardwalk Empire' Ends Its Season With Its Characters a Little (or a Lot) Worse Off Than When It Began

    Another year, another bloody conclusion. But instead of a massacre, last night's season closer of "Boardwalk Empire" served as a kind of mournful echo of "Margate Sands," the episode that ended the previous season in an orgy of mass murder and score settling.

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    How 'Eastbound and Down' Perfectly Captured Aggro Sports Culture in Kenny Powers

    "Eastbound and Down" has ended, but Kenny Powers lives on. Despite knowing nothing about sports, series creators Jody Hill, Danny McBride and Ben Best stumbled upon an enduring American type in its unforgettable protagonist -- the hulking athlete still desperate to prove his masculinity.

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