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    11 TV Shows to Know Before the 2015 Winter TCAs (Because We're Excited)

    Whether you like it or not, you're about to be bombarded with information about shows set to premiere in the first six months of 2015. The Winter TCAs are upon us, and these are the 11 titles you should be looking for when shifting through the onslaught of news. Because these are the 11 that have us...

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    Our 2015 New Year's Resolutions for Television

    Here's the thing: it's easy to tell someone else what to do with their life. It's even easier with a TV show, because TV shows are not people and they cannot make resolutions for themselves. So here are some New Year's resolutions for 2015, for these shows and networks. They might not keep them, but...

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    The Top Ten TV Episodes of 2014

    From "Game of Thrones" to "Mad Men," the best TV episodes of the year captured seasons and series in beautiful microcosm.

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    Watch: 'Game of Thrones,' 'Sherlock,' 'Mad Men' and 17 More TV Themes in Two-Minute Medley

    What happens when you combine the well known theme songs from "Louie," "Fresh Prince," "The Office" and 17 other television hits? The answer may surprise you.

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    Pornhub Sexes Up the Emmys With Parodies of 'House of Cards,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Mad Men'

    What do porn and the Emmys have in common? For once, the answer has nothing to do with "Game of Thrones."

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    Emmy Watch: Flying Under Awards Radar, 'Mad Men' Still Soars

    As the final season of "Mad Men" begins, freelancer Freddy Rumsen (Joel Murray) speeds through a sleek, cinematic pitch for Accutron watches, selling the fantasy of time harnessed, exploited, made beautiful. He's selling, in a sense, "Mad Men" itself. "It's not a timepiece," his tagline goes. "It's ...

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    7 TV Kids Who Rose to 'Boyhood' (And Girlhood) On Screen

    Here are some veterans of growing up on screen.

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