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    Is Watching Movies Too Hard, or Are Audiences Getting Soft?

    There's too much talk about what we demand from movies, and not enough about what they demand from us.

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    'The Good Wife' Creators Robert and Michelle King Explain The Reasoning Behind Last Night's Huge Twist

    If you haven't watched "Dramatics, Your Honor," the March 23rd episode of "The Good Wife," you may want to skip this one.

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    The Bright Side of the Death on 'The Good Wife'

    If you're on-line reading this, I don't see how you could possibly have missed hearing about the surprise death on last night's The Good Wife, but just so we're clear: there are spoilers here. (Happy now?)

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    Golden Globe Noms Reflect the Status Quo of Hollywood Sexism

    The 2014 Golden Globe Awards have us excited about Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's return to hosting duties and... that's about it. With no women directors of live-action films or female screenwriters among the film nominees, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association inadvertently exposed the Grand Canyon-...

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    America Ferrera Heads Back to Television

    America Ferrera is heading back to television screens in her first major role since Ugly Betty.

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    Why Television Has Become the Medium Fueling Important Conversations About Sex

    It was a classic moment in pop culture history: Marge Simpson -- sitting up in bed watching television -- turns to Homer and says, "You know, Fox turned into a hardcore sex channel so gradually, I didn't even notice." And while Fox hasn't quite yet moved all their production to the Valley, Marge cal...

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    Kalinda Sharma, Transgender Portrayals and CBS's Continuing Problems: Highlights From GLAAD's Network Responsibility Index

    Every year since 2007, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has released its Network Responsibility Index, looking at the quantity and quality of the portrayals of LGBT people during the last TV season. This year's report took into account ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, NBC and...

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    Don't Call Her Shirley. Or Hillary. Sigourney Weaver in 'Political Animals'

    Politics can be sleazy, but might just be out-sleazed by 'Political Animals,' the melodrama a clef that unimaginatively, nastily leeches off the Clintons. Even the great Sigourney Weaver, in the don’t-call-her-Hillary role, can’t save this tacky, leaden miniseries, whose clu...

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    Where Even The Spoons Are Political: "Veep" and "Scandal" Do D.C. For TV

    “We live in a culture now where it’s almost like we are used to being lied to,” Julia Louis-Dreyfuss said in a recent New York Times Magazine piece about her HBO series Veep – to which any thinking person can only respond, “ALMOST?”  (Or hope that she de...

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    AFI Picks Top TV Shows and Films of the Year

    This list reminds me that even though they have been upteen articles about how women are making great strides, there is still such a long way to go, because as I look at the lists I notice that there are very few female directors and creators.

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