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    Jemaine Clement Reveals He's Making a New HBO Show

    The Guardian nabbed a pretty good scoop this week in an interview with Jemaine Clement, who revealed that HBO has commissioned him to create a new four-episode comedy show that was originally slated for this year but was pushed back because of the actor's other projects.

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    TV Watch: How John Oliver Beat Stewart, Colbert, and Broadcast News at Their Own Games

    John Oliver's not satisfied with challenging former Comedy Central colleagues Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert for satirical primacy. He's going after broadcast news, too. And he's winning.

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    Emmy Awards: Lena Dunham Wins the Red Carpet

    Eventually every brunette actress in Hollywood will go blonde, and "Girls" writer-director-star Lena Dunham is no exception. The new blonde totally scored on the Emmy red carpet Monday in a girlish pink ruffled gown by designer Giambattista Valli.

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    Watch: Lena Dunham Falls Down On the Job On Set of HBO's 'Girls'

    This teaser clip features the show's star hard at work on the set.

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    Margaret Atwood Talks Adapting 'MaddAddam' Trilogy with Aronofsky and HBO

    Darren Aronofsky's got another flood on his hands after this year's "Noah": he's executive producing an HBO adaptation of Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, set in the middle of the 21st century after a so-called Waterless Flood that nearly wipes all of humanity off the planet.

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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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