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    Watch: The Full Trailer For Season Two of 'Please Like Me'

    Finally, a full trailer for our favorite show!

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    The Need to Get Seen: How Can Unknown Cable Shows Score Some Buzz?

    Cable week at the TCAs doesn't quite have the stars and excitement of the broadcast sessions to come, but in terms of understanding the current TV landscape, it offered more insight into a basic fact: There is just way too much out there.

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    Emmys: 12 of the Best Comedy Series We'd Like to See Nominated (But Probably Won't Be)

    These Best Comedy contenders probably won't hear their names read on July 10th, but they're all No. 1 in our hearts.

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    Josh Thomas on His New Pivot Series 'Please Like Me,' Having a Boring Coming Out Story and Getting Compared to 'Girls'

    Aussie comedian Josh Thomas isn't just launching his show in the U.S., he's helping launch a whole network with it. "Please Like Me," a six-episode comedy-drama created, written by and starring Thomas, is airing in its entirety tonight on Pivot, the new cable channel from Participant Media that went...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Nina Davenport Documents Her Single Motherhood, Jim Rash Delves Into the Writing Process

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "True Blood," "The Newsroom," "Copper," "Dexter," "Ray Donovan" 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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    Pivot Renews Australian Comedy 'Please Like Me' for a Second Season Ahead of Its US Premiere

    Participant Media's shiny new cable network, the Millennial-aimed Pivot, launches on August 1st with "Please Like Me," a scripted series from Australia created, written by and starring comedian Josh Thomas as a 20-year-old man who's dumped by his girlfriend, discovers he's gay and learns his mother ...

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    Participant's Soon-to-Launch Pivot Channel Targets Millennials with Aussie Comedy 'Please Like Me'

    Pivot, Participant Media's new cable network targeting Millennials, has announced that it will launch with the Australian comedy series "Please Like Me" on August 1st. Based on true-life experiences of Australian comedian Josh Thomas, "Please Like Me" follows Josh on the awkward events following his...

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