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    The Bright Side of the Death on 'The Good Wife'

    If you're on-line reading this, I don't see how you could possibly have missed hearing about the surprise death on last night's The Good Wife, but just so we're clear: there are spoilers here. (Happy now?)

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    Why Television Has Latched Onto The Role of the Vice President, From 'House of Cards' to 'Scandal' and 'Veep'

    From "House of Cards" to "Veep" to "Scandal," why television has turned to Vice Presidents as a major source of drama and comedy.

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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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    Why The Most Formidable Characters in 'Scandal' Aren't the Ones in Power

    "Scandal" closed out the fall half of its season the way it began, with a biting speech from Joe Morton.

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    IS TV THE NEW CINEMA? From 'Scandal' to 'House of Cards,' Pundits Continue the Debate

    There was an odd discussion on a recent Charlie Rose show, seemingly about TV as an art form, although technology and business models took up too much air time. These were the subjects the men on the panel (David Carr, Terence Winter, Josh Sapan, Rose himself) seemed most comfortable talking about....

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    5 TV Women to be Thankful for This Thanksgivukkah

    On TV, women have stepped up as innovative showrunners and sought-after directors and have found increasingly rich parts as actresses. So for Thanksgiving, here are five women in television I’m remarkably glad are making it better for the rest of us:

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    The Double Standards for TV's Male and Female Politicians

    The storylines of female-politican characters on 'Scandal' and 'Alpha House' are a clear and sometimes funny reminder of why men can take higher office for granted, while women still have to work twice as hard for half the respect.

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    Shonda Rhimes to Publish Memoir About TV Writing and Single Motherhood

    If it wasn't yet clear that Shonda Rhimes is a celebrity in her own right, here's another sign: the 'Scandal 'creator has signed a book deal, a la Tina Fey and Mindy Kaling, that will detail her rise in TV and her growth as a single mom.

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