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    10 Great Performances That Deserve Emmy Nominations (But Probably Won't Get Them)

    As we said yesterday when we were running down the best TV shows of the last year, the season is officially over, and Emmy voting for the 2013 installment of the awards closes tomorrow. Having run down our favorite series, we wanted to turn our attention to some of the performers who've been appeari...

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    Other Canceled TV Shows Oprah Winfrey's OWN Can *Save* (My Recommendations + Yours)

    On the heels of yesterday's somewhat surprising news that Oprah Winfrey's OWN network would *save* the once-dead popular TV soap opera series, All My Children and One Life To Live (in an exclusive 40-episode/10-week limited engagement this summer) after previously being adamant about not being inter...

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    The 15 Best TV Shows Of The 2012/2013 Season

    Unlike the movies, which do operate on a January-December basis when it comes to awards consideration, the TV season is a slightly different proposition. With ratings dipping in the summer, new shows tend to be unveiled in September or early fall, and are usually wrapping up by May. The rise of cabl...

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    Airplane Gremlins and Demonic Children: Five Great Works of Television Written by Richard Matheson

    Writer Richard Matheson, who passed away on June 23rd at the age of 87, was a major figure in speculative fiction on the page and on the screen. His 1954 novel "I Am Legend" has been adapted to film three times, as "The Last Man on Earth" (1964), "The Omega Man" (1971)" and "I Am Legend" (2007), whi...

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    A Look Back At Season 6 Of 'Mad Men' & What May Lie Ahead In The Final Season

    The sixth season of AMC's "Mad Men" came to a close Sunday night, wrapping up what has been arguably its most divisive season yet. As usual the highlights were in no short supply -- the mini-movie meditation "The Doorway," the amphetamine-fueled "The Crash," Don and Betty's temporary reunion in "The...

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    Thoughts On 'Dark Girls' After Last Night's Broadcast Premiere...?

    So it aired last night on OWN, and many more of you finally got to see it, after over a year on the film festival circuit. Of course I'm referring to the broadcast premiere of Bill Duke's and D. Channsin Berry's documentary, Dark Girls.

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: A New Season of 'POV' Docs Kicks Off and Mary Harron's 'Anna Nicole' Premieres

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "True Blood," "Family Tree," "Copper," the returning "Dexter," the new "Ray Donovan" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Who Had the Best Drug Scene in This Season of 'Mad Men'?

    "Mad Men" ends its sixth season this Sunday with what will probably be more moody Don Drapering about love and what it all means and the Vietnam War and the Chevy account and Bob Benson going all Red Wedding on everyone, but let's just focus on what's really important: the drugs.

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    Reinventing the Zombie: How a Pair of TV Shows From France and the U.K. Have Offered New Takes on the Living Dead

    As of late, if you'll excuse the pun, zombies seem to be enjoying a renaissance -- and despite the marketing ramp up to blockbuster "World War Z," the arena in which the more interesting aspects of it are unfolding is on the small screen.

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