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    Say Goodbye To 'True Detective' With All The Music From The Series

    And just like that, Rust Cohle and Martin Hart have disappeared from the psychosphere of our television sets, with HBO airing the final episode of "True Detective" season one last night. And everyone was watching. In fact, so many people hit the network's HBO GO service that it crashed, leaving many...

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    Recap: 'True Detective' Finale Season 1, Episode 8 'Form And Void'

    For over fifteen years a conspiracy and myth has haunted Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson), one involving a yellow king, a man with scars and the mysterious destination of Carcosa. An evil had spread its branches across Louisiana, something pervasive, powerful and fo...

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    Your Guide to Everything You Need to Know and Watch Before Tonight's 'True Detective' Finale

    At last, it is finally upon us. The eighth episode, and season finale, of HBO's morbid southern gothic "True Detective" airs tonight. Was all that internet head-scratching, endless theorizing and obsessive close-reading in vain? Who is The Yellow King? Do we even care anymore?

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    Watch: 'The Simpsons' Couch Gag Directed By Sylvain Chomet Plus 'True Detective' Parody

    So, what are people going to do on Monday when "True Detective" is over and parodies will quickly become dated? Well, "Game Of Thrones" and "Mad Men" are right around the corner, but before that, The Yellow King needs to be found, and "The Simpsons" have done just that.

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    Check Out These Illustrated Posters For 'Mad Men' & 'True Detective'

    Your favorite TV shows might be winding down, with the “True Detective” season finale this weekend and “Mad Men” kicking off its two-part seventh season this spring, but both shows continue to inspire, most recently with a couple of nifty pieces of art coming down the line.

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    Want to Make a Great TV Show? Don't Forget the Boobs.

    "True Detective" creator Nic Pizzolatto says HBO and other premium networks have a "mandate" for female nudity.

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    Nic Pizzolatto Debunks Marty/Rust Killer Theories In 'True Detective,' Season 2 May Have More Than One Director

    We're just over 72 hours or so away from finding out the secret behind the killing in "True Detective," and theories continue to fly fast and furious through the psychosphere. But among the more absurd notions that are still being argued in some corners of the internet, is that Rust (Matthew McConau...

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    As TV's Fortunes Rise, Diversity Plummets

    The stats on premium cable's commitment to women and people of color are even worse than you think.

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    Why "The Yellow King Theory" Is Great "True Detective" Criticism

    The hilarious viral video that took the Internet by storm also works as a subtle, funny critique of the way we watch TV as a whole.

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    Watch: 'True Detective' "Yellow King" Video Takes The Piss Out Of All The Crazy Theories

    iO9 did a wonderful job during the first few episodes of HBO’s “True Detective,” laying out all the weird fiction-genre literary references that the show evinced. Especially Robert W. Chambers' “The King in Yellow,” a collection of short stories published in 1895. Writer/creator Nic Pizzolatto is he...

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