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    Watch: Netflix Sets a Date and Releases a Teaser for Season Two of 'Orange is the New Black'

    Yesterday season two of "House of Cards" had its premiere on Netflix, and today the streaming service has announced a June 6th premiere date for the second season of "Orange Is The New Black."

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    TV: Amy Poehler Signs Three-Year NBC Deal and Hires Natasha Lyonne for Comedy Pilot

    Amy Poehler has signed a three-year deal with NBC. Her first project out of the gate will be a sitcom called "Old Soul" starring Natasha Lyonne, who plays a caregiver to "a group of opinionated elderly people." An NBC exec states, "This show, hopefully, will blow up some of the cliches we think a...

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    TV: A Preview of Girls' Third Season from TCA

    Dunham isn't taking refuge from questions about nudity or the criticisms of the show’s initial lack of diversity. Rather, she came to TCA prepared to engage with them. "It's a realistic expression of what i'’s like to be alive, I think," she swatted one critic who asked why she was naked so frequent...

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    The PaleyFest 2014 Lineup Includes 'Orange Is the New Black,' 'Mad Men,' 'Veronica Mars,' 'Lost' Reunion

    The Paley Center for Media this morning announced the full lineup for its 31st annual PaleyFest celebrating great television. The event will take place at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood and Highland from March 13 to 28.

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    The High and Low Points of 2013

    As we close out this year, I thought it might be useful to tease out some of the high and low points and give shout-outs to a couple of people who have touched us this year.

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    2013 in Television: A Great Year for Difficult Women

    While 2013 found us saying goodbye to landmark small screen antiheroes Walter White and Dexter Morgan, it also saw the rise of some wonderfully prickly female protagonists that pushed at our expectations and sympathies in different ways.

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    NYT Best Sellers Dominated by Films and TV: '12 Years a Slave,' 'Long Walk to Freedom,' 'Orange Is the New Black' and More

    One of the revelations from the current New York Times list of non-fiction bestsellers is how many films land there. Solomon Northup's "12 Years a Slave," which was overshadowed upon its 1853 publication by abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin" and...

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    The 15 Best TV Episodes Of 2013

    Without wishing to engage in the tiresome “TV shows or movies, which are better?” debate (not better, just different, plenty of toys for everyone) we have noticed a distinct uptick in our TV consumption over 2013, reflected in the increased number of shows we’ve been reviewing or recapping for your ...

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    '12 Years a Slave,' 'Fruitvale Station,' 'Scandal,' and 'Orange is the New Black' to Receive AFI Awards This Year

    The American Film Institute has selected its Top 10 Movies of the Year and Programs of the Year, which will be honored at a luncheon on January 10.

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