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    5 TV Shows That Are Reshaping Their Networks' Image

    From Cinemax's "The Knick" to Pivot's currently-airing "Fortitude," television series everywhere are bringing their respective networks into unchartered territory.

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    The Best New TV Shows of 2014

    The Golden Age continues. In 2014, we not only saw an increase in the number of original series, airing anywhere from traditional broadcast stations to subscription-only streaming sites, we also saw their quality continue to rise. Some of the best new shows launched in 2014 have already become stapl...

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    'Manhattan' Creator Sam Shaw Understands Why You Didn't Watch Season One

    In this spoiler-free interview with Indiewire, creator Sam Shaw reveals his rules for recreating history and explains that the best publicity his complex period drama about the Manhattan Project may have gotten was getting renewed for Season 2.

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    Review: WGN America's 'Manhattan' Brings 'Mad Men'-Esque Polish to the Mysteries of Los Alamos

    It might take some effort to find WGN America on your cable box, but this well-made and fascinating period drama deserves your attention.

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    The 7 Biggest Secrets Kept By TV's Most Secretive Characters

    What are some of modern TV's most captivating moments, fueled by what characters kept to themselves? Check these out.

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    The Atomic Bomb Gets a Back Story in Trailer for WGN America's 'Manhattan'

    During World War II, spies and secrets lurked everywhere -- even in America, as showcased in the trailer for the upcoming series "Manhattan."

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    Watch: Explosive First Look at New WGN America Series 'Manhattan' is the Bomb

    WGN America has just released a short "First Look" video for it's upcoming original drama series "Manhattan." Created by Sam Shaw ("Masters of Sex"), the show is set in a mysterious 'classified' town somewhere in the New Mexico desert, where Frank Winter and his team of brilliant but flawed scientis...

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    The Race to Create An Atomic Bomb is On in 3 New Promo Photos For WGN's 1940s Drama Manhattan

    One of the most pivotal moments in 20th century history was the creation (and detonation) of the atomic bomb. "Manhattan," a new drama series that will air on WGN July 27th, is a startling look at the Manhattan Project, which essentially brought us into the nuclear age.

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    Watch: WGN's 'Manhattan' Trailer Drops Explosive Secrets of the Atomic Bomb Race

    After a successful first venture into original programming with a period drama, WGN America is doubling up with "Manhattan," the network's second original scripted series following "Salem."

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    Why Do So Many TV Shows Air on Sundays?

    From the creator of "Masters of Sex" comes WGN's second original scripted series about the creation of the atomic bomb in the early 1940s.

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