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TCA Summer 2013

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    The Rubes Are Wise To You: How Reality TV Stars Took On The TCAs

    The most complicatedly electrifying moment on my TCA summer press tour was when the Angry Ginger cried. The Angry Ginger, aka CopperCab, is a young man from Georgia whose real name is Michael Kittrell, and who became YouTube famous for a video rant entitled "GINGERS DO HAVE SOULS!!"

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    Claire Danes, Damian Lewis and the 'Homeland' Producers on Betrayal, Sanity and the Real News Events That Influenced the New Season

    Last year, "Homeland" snagged a slew of Emmys even as its second season generated a backlash based on what some saw as a departure from the first season's grounding in reality for something less plausible if more dramatic. How the suspense series would approach its upcoming third season, which premi...

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    CBS Renews 'Under the Dome' For a Second Season; Les Moonves Calls It ''Dallas' In The Future'

    There will be no escaping from the dome anytime soon. CBS has renewed its summer hit "Under the Dome" for a second 13-episode season, with Stephen King, on whose novel the series is based, set to write the first episode. The second season will air in the summer of 2014.

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    Why 'This Is a Damn Good Time To Be a Director In Television': Discussing Directing for the Small Screen

    After a late cancellation from one of the big networks at this summer's TCA press tour, a few panels were put together to fill a day that turned out to be unexpectedly great, offering an informative look at the actual workings of television rather than just the content. Following a talk with several...

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    TV and Film Producers Talk Making the Switch to Web Series: 'It Feels Indie'

    A hastily assembled panel this morning of television and film producers now working on digital series turned into one of the most interesting presentations at TCA so far, one that affirmed that web TV is the closest thing the medium has to an indie scene. Jane Espenson and Jeff Greenstein, the produ...

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    Watch: A Trailer for Dan Harmon's Animated 'Rick and Morty' Promises a Warped Reworking of a Children's Adventure Series

    Between the time that Dan Harmon was kicked off "Community," the cult favorite NBC series he created, at the end of its third season and the time he was brought back to oversee its upcoming fifth, he and Justin Roiland landed an animated pilot and then series at Adult Swim.

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    James Spader and the Creators of 'The Blacklist' Explain Why Their NBC Drama Really Isn't Like 'Silence of the Lambs'

    Despite having a premise that initially recalls "Silence of the Lambs," a comparison that the producers were very aware of, NBC drama "The Blacklist" has proven to be one of the network's buzziest new series. James Spader, who plays Raymond "Red" Reddington, one of the FBI's most wanted, who turns h...

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    Michael J. Fox on Finding Humor in Parkinson's in His New NBC Series: 'There's Nothing Horrifying About It For Me'

    The most intriguing trailer NBC posted for its new fall series was for "The Michael J Fox Show," a sitcom loosely based on the life and experiences with Parkinson's disease of its star, who returns to a regular TV role after years of semi-retirement and guest appearances.

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    NBC, Looking Toward Miniseries, Plans 'Rosemary's Baby' Remake and a Hillary Clinton Drama Starring Diane Lane, Directed by 'Frozen River' Filmmaker Courtney Hunt

    NBC chairman Robert Greenblatt was all about television "events" when he arrived at the TCA press tour today to talk about the network's turbulent past year and its upcoming plans. The lure of programming that people feel the need to watch live -- whether that be sports, the Thanksgiving Day parade,...

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    Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston and the 'Breaking Bad' Company Talk About the End, the Transformation of Walter White and the Hidden Backstories

    AMC brought the casts and crews of "Hell on Wheels" and new series "Low Winter Sun" to the TCA press tour, but the real focus was, as president and general manager of the network Charlie Collier put it, "the bittersweet occasion that is the last eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad'" And they were all pr...

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