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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: 'Louie' Ends While Many, Many New Series Begin

    Sure, Sunday always seems to be overcrowded with high-end TV, with "Boardwalk Empire," "Hell on Wheels," "Copper" and "Treme," not to mention "Homeland" and "Dexter," both returning on Sept. 30, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every...

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    Emmys 2012: Who We'd Like to Win and Who's Likely to Win

    The Emmy Awards air this Sunday, September 23rd at 7pm ET/4pm PT on ABC, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting the ceremony. We'll have our coverage of the winners and highlights from the ceremony on Monday, but in the meantime, here are our predictions for who's most likely to win in the major categori...

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    7 Things We Learned About 'Last Resort' From Creator Shawn Ryan: 'This isn’t a show about Democrats versus Republicans'

    The new drama "Last Resort" -- yes, the one with the submarine -- revolves around the naval crew of the USS Colorado as they find themselves pitted against their own country after questioning orders to launch a world-changing nuclear attack against Pakistan. It isn't long before t...

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    Daniel Minahan and Rose Troche Talk Going From Filmmaking to TV Directing: "It's more like the model of theater"

    Chicago-born filmmaker Rose Troche got her start in directing with her debut feature "Go Fish," a lesbian romance that was a '90s indie milestone. After "Bedrooms and Hallways" and "The Safety of Objects," she felt a desire "to keep on working on things that di...

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    Are There Signs That the End is Coming in the New Season of 'Sons of Anarchy?'

    The great irony in Kurt Sutter's biker saga being called "Sons of Anarchy" is that so much of the show's storyline these first four seasons (and vividly here in the first two episodes of the fifth) has been about control -- control over the criminal underworld of the fictional nort...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: A Tech-Free Future and a New Doc From Jonathan Demme

    Sure, Sunday seems to always be overcrowded with high-end TV (including "Boardwalk Empire," "Hell on Wheels," and the soon returning "Dexter," "Homeland" and "Treme"), but what to watch the rest of the week? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy...

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    Thoughts On Jay Pharoah's Debut As President Obama On 'SNL'?

    Saturday Night Live returned for a new season over trhe weekend, with an expected emphasis placed on the show's contributions to weekly political commentary, especially with another presidential election in full swing.

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    Is Nostalgia All That's Next For The Black Sitcom?

    Last month, dance choreographer and television producer Debbie Allen took to her Twitter account with a passionate plea. It was a call for the return of her popular late 80s, early 90s sitcom A Different World. Allen had just celebrated the 25th anniversary of the spinoff, originally conce...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Victorian Prostitutes and the End of 'Damages'

    Sure, Sunday seems to always be overcrowded with high-end TV, but what to watch the rest of the week? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days.

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    'Arrested Development' and How the Rise of Binge Watching Is Changing TV

    "Arrested Development" is seeing a spike in viewers alongside a flurry of twitpics and social media updates for a program that returns next spring after seven years off the air thanks to Netflix's continuing experiment with original programming. But what has binge viewing done to us as consumers?

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