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    9 Great Actors Who Should Be On Better TV Shows

    "Glee" star Lea Michele recently announced that she would be making a guest appearance on "Sons of Anarchy." Here are nine other good actors stuck on series that aren't so great, but could find better roles on other shows.

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    'Breaking Bad,' 'True Detective,' 'Veep,' 'Good Wife' and RuPaul Honored By Television Critics Association

    The winners of the Television Critics Association awards, as announced by "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews.

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    Why 'You're The Worst' Creator Stephen Falk Likes Unlikable Characters

    The man behind the new FX comedy on why he changed his leading man from American to British, not shying away from graphic sexual content and whether "unlikeable" characters are actually unlikeable.

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    Daily Reads: Woody Allen's Publicity Problem, 'Orange Is the New Black,' Larry-style, and More

    Plus: Comparing "The Strain's" TV and comic-book iterations, and why there aren't more great female directors.

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    'Orange is the New Black' Stars on What Emmy Nominations Mean to Them

    When asked the question "What would it mean for the cast for the show to get a nomination or for any of the actors to get a nomination?", Laverne Cox, Uzo Aduba and Natasha Lyonne -- who were all nominated for their work as Best Guest Actresses in a Comedy -- were incredibly vocal.

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    Orange is the New Black Leads Emmy Comedy Nods

    And Laverne Cox becomes the first trans actress to be nominated for TV's highest honor.

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    Is 'Orange is the New Black''s Laverne Cox the First Trans Person To Get an Emmy Nomination?

    Laverne Cox, a trans actress who stars on "Orange" as the incarcerated Sophia, has been nominated for Best Guest Actress.

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    Compassionate Release: The Agony and the Empathy in ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

    Now that Season One of the Netflix Original series "Orange Is the New Black" is safely stitched into our pop culture quilt, the show has shed its initial hesitation and has its crazy eyes on its viewers just as much as they have theirs on it.

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    From 'Broad City' to 'Game of Thrones,' an Emmy Nominations Wish List

    When the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences doles out Emmy nominations each summer, I often wake to the announcement like a naughty kid on Christmas Day: staring down a lump of coal. In that spirit, here's a wish list of gifts I hope to find under Emmy's tree Thursday morning in the major categ...

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    The 6 Best Subplots Currently On TV, and the Main Plot Lines They Overshadow

    Six currently airing shows that save their best material for supporting story lines, including "24: Live Another Day," "Orange is the New Black" and "Halt and Catch Fire."

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