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    Watch: Here's What Clive Owen Looks Like In Steven Soderbergh's Medical Drama 'The Knick'

    Cinemax's much-anticipated Steven Soderbergh medical drama "The Knick" is building suspense for its arrival this summer, teaser by teaser.

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    Watch: Clive Owen Revealed In New Teaser For Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick'

    New York City in the early 1900s was dirty, filthy... a place of innovation, and one of danger, where everyone strived to make the most in a city teeming with opportunity. But whether you were rich or poor, everybody was the same when you went under the knife at Knickerbocker Hospital. And that's wh...

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    Watch: Three More Bloody Teasers for Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Drama 'The Knick,' Starring Clive Owen

    Check out three more dialogue-free teasers for Steven Soderbergh's much-anticipated medical drama "The Knick," scheduled to appear on Cinemax this summer.

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    Watch: 4 Bloody Teasers For Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Series 'The Knick' Starring Clive Owen

    There's yet another reason to stay away from the multiplex and sit on the couch, and this time it's from the fertile mind of Steven Soderbergh. The director is returning to the small screen (you may have forgotten his short-lived "K-Street") with "The Knick," and some teasers have arrived to give yo...

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    Watch: Clive Owen Gets Gory In The First Teaser For Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Medical Drama 'The Knick'

    Steven Soderbergh's retirement from filmmaking hasn't stopped him from heading to the small screen to executive produce and direct "The Knick," a period drama starring Clive Owen as a doctor working at the Knickerbocker Hospital in New York in the early 1900s.

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    The 20 Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2014

    Somehow, we're still getting think pieces on whether or not the movies are superior from TV, presumably from writers who haven't yet worked out that you're allowed to watch both. Ultimately, the movies can scratch itches that TV can't, and vice versa, and the two mediums can quite happily co-exist, ...

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    Watch: First Footage From Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' & More 2014 TV Highlights

    A yearender in TV-land is a few minutes of clips and bits that channels throw together come December to remind you what-all awesome things you saw on their screen this year and what-all further awesome things are coming your way in the next one (assuming you renew, hint hint). Behold, then, those of...

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    Cliff Martinez To Score Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' & Alberto Iglesias Tuning Up 'Two Faces Of January'

    With Steven Soderbergh’s TV series project “The Knick” getting closer to production, music composer Cliff Martinez has recently revealed in an interview with Lost in the Multiplex that he’s been tapped to score the upcoming Cinemax show. Martinez has been a frequent collaborator of Soderbergh’s, tun...

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    David Tennant Brings 'Broadchurch' To The U.S., Jason Schwartzman's Amazon Show Gets Pilot & More

    Since actor David Tennant stepped away from the dimension-jumping tendencies of “Doctor Who,” you might assume those sorts of existential dilemmas had come to an end, especially since he'd taken a role in the BBC's police procedural “Broadchurch.” Well, after a massively successful first series run ...

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    How HBO Has Stayed on Top of the Game by Embracing Stories With Endings and Making Sunday the Best TV Night of the Week

    HBO's president of programming Michael Lombardo talks "True Detective," why the network remains more focused on making series than movies, whether HBO Go will ever be available as an a la carte service and how Sunday night became the most competitive on the TV schedule.

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