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    Review: Danny Boyle's 'Babylon' is Startlingly Relevant, Rounded and...Funny?

    Following a forward-thinking PR executive as she tries to revamp a modern-day police force, "Babylon" proves to be one of the most timely satires in recent memory.

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    Watch: Danny Boyle's 'Babylon' Features James Nesbitt's Best Malcolm Tucker Insults

    If there's one thing the Brits can do better than anyone else, it's deliver a soul-shattering insult.

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    Review: SundanceTV Miniseries 'One Child' Is a Gripping, Globe-Spanning Thriller

    Though its ample excitements occur on intimate terrain, "One Child" conjures the fear of a system that follows but one logic: power.

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    Watch: Brit Marling Heads to TV in Danny Boyle's 'Babylon' Trailer

    SundanceTV will debut the six-part drama series domestically in January 2015.

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    SundanceTV Greenlights '80s Set Period Drama 'Hap and Leonard' as Next Original Series

    Based on the Southern noir book series, the six hour-long episodes come from co-creators Jim Mickle, who will direct, and Nick Damici.

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    How to Launch a TV Show, Whether it's for SundanceTV or ABC

    Don't quit. Just don't. Read this and you'll understand.

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    Sundance Picks 10 Writers for First-Ever Episodic Story Lab

    10 writers will head to the Sundance Institute in Utah this month to hone their storytelling craft in episodic form.

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    'Rectify' Renewed for Season 3 by SundanceTV Prior to Season 2 Finale

    SundanceTV's first wholly-owned scripted original series is proving to be a hit for the (relatively) new network.

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    'The Honorable Woman' Director Hugo Blick on Maggie Gyllenhaal's Performance and Why Television Needs More Women

    Hugo Blick has now worked with two Oscar-nominated actors, and worked for years as a director of top tier miniseries, so it should come as no surprise the British native has created an intimate, genre-bending spy thriller with grace and poise. Indiewire spoke to the director about how he helped Gyll...

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    How to Change Your Life After Living For Someone Else: A 'Rectify' Advice Column for Amantha Holden

    Life can be tough when you're a character on a TV show. Fortunately, filmmaker and film teacher Jennifer Peepas -- who also blogs as the wise Captain Awkward -- is here to help them deal with their drama.

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