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    'Lost' Producer/Writer Explores TV's 'Golden Ages' in Must-Read Editorial

    We've all heard TV is in a Golden Age, but what does the term really mean?

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    The Best TV Shows with the Worst Titles

    These TV shows are great -- there's no denying it -- but the titles they've chosen are of far less quality.

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Liz Tuccillo

    "After you date someone and break up, what do you owe them, if anything, for that time intimate time spent together?"

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    Top Five Cable and Broadcast Finales of All Time: Who's Number One?

    The water cooler lives. For all the hoopla surrounding the "Breaking Bad" finale, it was neither the most-watched cable finale, nor did it come near the sheer numbers generated by the top broadcast finales. (Our analysis here, roundup here.) Variety helpfully put together a list of the top TV fin...

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    Is Emily the New Pauline?

    The great TV critic Emily Nussbaum, in "The New Yorker," talks back to Brett Martin, author of the widely reviewed and excellent new book "Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘The Wire’ to ‘Mad Men’ and ‘Breaking Bad.'"

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    Being Miranda Hobbes: Why Women Really Love Sex And The City

    In her fantastic reclamation of the much-maligned HBO sitcom Sex and the City as part of television's golden age, New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum argues this week that Carrie Bradshaw deserves more credit than she's previously been granted for being a pioneering member of what’s the now ...

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    TV Trailer Watch: The Carrie Diaries - Starring AnnaSophia Robb

    The CW recently released the trailer for their prequel series to Sex and the City, The Carrie Diaries. The show follows Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb) in high school, right after she's lost her mother and gets an internship in New York. 

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    Sex and the City Prequel: Less Evolved?

    Last week Brit tabloid The Daily Mail reported that we'd soon be seeing a third Sex and the City movie, this one a prequel that would show us the fearsome foursome's background and include new talent such as Blake Lively, Selena Gomez, Emma Roberts and Elizabeth Olsen.

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    Year-End Box Office Wrap 2010: Winners and Losers Chart, Warners Leads Domestic Market Share

    It was feast or famine at the 2010 domestic box office. The studios spent too much on too many uber-flops, but thanks to holdover Avatar and premium 3-D ticket prices, they enjoyed their second-best year at the domestic box office with $10.46 billion, off less than 2% from 2009’s all-time haul of $1...

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    Portman Gaining on Gravity, Sex and the City's Cattrall and Noth Attack Critics

    Alfonso Cuaron is in "active negotiations" with Natalie Portman to star in Gravity after failed attempts by Universal and Warner Bros. to keep Angelina Jolie interested. Nor did Blake Lively or Scarlett Johansson gain serious traction. And an attempt to push Sandra Bullock also came to naught. The r...

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