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    Goodbye to 'Magic City': Starz Cancels Mitch Glazer's Miami Drama After Two Seasons

    Starz renewed Miami period drama "Magic City" for a second season before the first even began airing last year, but it looks like those two seasons were enough. Deadline broke the story that the premium network has chosen not to continue with the series, which is currently airing -- its season (and ...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Russian Punks, Miami Gangsters and the Rougher Side of Becoming a Chef

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "Veep," "The Borgias," "Family Tree," "Nurse Jackie" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Starz Sets a Premiere Date for Season Two of Mitch Glazer's Miami Period Drama 'Magic City'

    1950s Miami is set to once again come to life on Starz, as today the premium network announced a second season premiere date for "Magic City."

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    James Caan & Rick Ross Hit Miami In Trailer For Season 2 Of Starz Drama 'Magic City'

    Having navigated a mid-season slump to slide out from underneath the shadow of “Mad Men,” Starz period drama “Magic City” has been gearing up for a second outing of shady hotel dealings and the glossy veneer just above, and now an extended trailer has made its way online to t...

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    Danny Huston on Finding Compassion for the Villains While Playing a Spectacular One on 'Magic City'

    Danny Huston has played his share of memorable villains in his career, from the cartoonishly sinister Styker in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" to the philosophically brutal Arthur Burns in "The Proposition" to the mundanely malevolent bureaucrat Sandy Woodrow in 'The Constant Gar...

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    Does TV Play Up the Gritty Past as a Kind of Guilty Pleasure?

    "Copper," BBC America's new original series, starts with a grimy, not-yet-pubescent urchin girl offering protagonist Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) sex as thanks for the hard-boiled egg he tossed her way. Last week's episode of AMC's "Hell on Wheels" found a man be...

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    Vintage Soundtrack For 'Magic City' Includes Ray Charles, Frankie Avalon, Bo Diddley & More

    In the wake of the smash success and pop culture phenomenon of AMC's "Mad Men," other networks have been scrambling to develop their own period-based dramas. ABC and NBC each tried with "Pan Am" and "The Playboy Club," respectively, and failed, with both shows alrea...

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    Five Ways In Which Ike Evans of 'Magic City' Is Like Don Draper

    If "Magic City," the new drama kicking off tonight, April 6th, at 10pm on Starz, had started back in the fall, it would have been grouped in with "The Playboy Club" and "Pan Am" as similarly hollow-ringing, a pretty period piece consciously following in the steps of &qu...

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    Starz Renews 'Magic City' For a Second Season Before Its First Even Airs

    The network re-ups its new Miami Beach-set series before its premiere on April 6th.

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