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    Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda Look Flawless in 'Grace and Frankie' First-Look Photos

    The anticipated Netflix original launches on May 8.

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    IFC Looks to Score with Hockey Comedy 'Benders'

    Denis Leary is set to executive produce the new series joining IFC's growing list of comedies.

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    7 Clips That Define 'Mad Men,' And What the Cast Has to Say About Them

    Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks and more gathered at Lincoln Center to talk about the controversies of "Mad Men," its most illuminative character moments and its overriding theme of class.

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    The Journey to Self-Acceptance: Why HBO's 'Looking' Is One of the Most Important Shows on TV

    The finale for the superb, underrated second season of "Looking" airs this Sunday. Here's why more people should be watching.

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    Watch: Russell T Davies' Dramas 'Cucumber'/'Banana' to Premiere After 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

    Watch Fisayo Akinade fall in love with a stranger in this clip from the "Doctor Who" showrunner's upcoming "Banana."

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    Watch: New 'House of Cards' Season 3 Trailer Makes You Look Kevin Spacey In the Eye

    This new trailer for the hit Netflix original series teases rising tensions between the Underwoods.

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    Porthos: A Musketeer with a Mixed Past

    Hodges has chosen to have this Porthos be of mixed bloodlines, which hearkens back, not to the writings of Dumas but, to the man.

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    The 11 Most Romantic Moments on Television's Darkest Shows

    TV romance isn't restricted to beloved sitcoms and soapy pleasures. Here's how mushy love and intimacy has infiltrated some of the best TV dramas currently on the air; proof that beyond the darkness, there's always a little light.

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