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    For 'The Knick' Fact Plus Fiction Equals Darn Good Drama

    By Darwyn Carson - In 1900 Harlem racism, fraud, ambulance shenanigans, drug abuse and bribery is business as usual at ‘The Knick.’ Truth mirrors fiction in the Steven Soderbergh directed series.

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    Why David Suchet Came So Close To Missing Out On Poirot

    By Darwyn Carson - David Suchet shares where he was in his life and career at the moment he was offered the role of Hercule, the meticulously bespoke Belgian detective with the mincing walk; Poirot that is.

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    Why 'The Strain' is an Elegant Virus

    Guest Review by Darwyn Carson - Guillermo del Toro creates the bête de bêtes for the new FX high concept thriller ‘The Strain.’

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    Key Players in the World infected with ‘The Strain’

    by Darwyn Carson -:In 'The Strain,' Dr. Goodweather Chief Medical Officer for the CDC is really-really good at his job, but could use a brush-up course in how in marriage works...

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    Watch: Dana Carvey Revisits 'Choppin' Broccoli' on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

    Last night on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," legendary comedian and SNL alum Dana Carvey sang "Choppin' Broccoli" with orchestral accompaniment.

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    Watch: Jenny Slate's Husband Tricks Her and Their Friends Into Being Stars of His Hilarious Short

    In this clip from "Conan," "Obvious Child" star Jenny Slate tells the story of how her husband, writer/director Dean Fleischer-Camp, tricks people into thinking he is taking a picture, but really he's making a film.

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    A Steven Soderbergh Amazon Pilot with Jennifer Grey is in the Works

    Steven Soderbergh has added yet another project to his television roster, this time set in New Jersey during the 1980s, starring Craig Roberts.

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    Watch: Seeing These 10 Actors On 'The X-Files' Before They Were Famous is Gloriously '90s

    Acting on TV is nothing to be ashamed of now, but back in the 90s TV was still known as a secondary art to that of film. But famous actors today shouldn't be ashamed of appearing on "The X-Files," one of the best television shows to ever grace the end of the last millennium.

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    9 TV Shows That Were Total Downers But Still Worth It

    In case you haven't noticed, HBO's "The Leftovers" is kind of a downer. That said, it's is also pretty darn good, and worth watching if you can handle the moments of melancholy.

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    Watch: Peter Capaldi Wants You to See Into His Soul in New 'Doctor Who' Teaser

    Sine it first started running in the early 1960s, BBC's "Doctor Who" has been a cult sensation in both the U.K. and abroad. Now, we have a twenty second sneak peak at the upcoming series, starring the Twelfth Doctor, played by Scottish actor Peter Capaldi.

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