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    15 Showrunners You Should Follow on Twitter

    From "Community" to "Hannibal" to "Veronica Mars," here are 15 great show creators and producers who are active and fun to follow on Twitter.

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    Two Brown Girls Talk 'Girls' - Season 3, Episodes 3

    Two Brown Girls Talk 'Girls' - Season 3, Episodes 3

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: 'Salinger,' Pirate Dramas and the Return (Sort of) of the King in the North

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV like "Downton Abbey," "Girls," "The Good Wife," "House of Lies," "Shameless," "Sherlock" and "True Detective," 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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    Showtime Splashes Down at TV Critics Panel with Climate Change Doc; Star-Studded New Shows Unveiled

    Heat, drought and catastrophe conspired to provide a perfect entrance for Arnold Schwarzenegger when he showed up at TCA on Thursday to promote Showtime's epic documentary on climate change, "The Years of Living Dangerously." The pay cabler also unveiled previews of new shows "Penny Dreadful," "The ...

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    How Two Networks Are Dealing With a Changing TV Landscape And Why Pilot Season Is No Longer a Necessity

    While the film industry continues to see seismic shifts in the way movies are made, released and monetized, the television industry is experiencing its own major changes.

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    'The Bridge': Why This Border-Spanning Detective Story Has Been Remade In Three Countries

    The 2011 Danish/Swedish co-production "Bron/Broen" presented a unique and irresistible premise. The halves of two human bodies -- one a politician, the other a prostitute -- are found on the massive five-mile Öresund bridge that connects Sweden and Denmark.

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    Playing With Guns: 'Banshee' Star Trieste Kelly Dunn on Society's Fixation With Guns and On-Screen Violence

    In the last couple years I've found myself working as an actress in two mediums – film and television -- and sending two very different messages about violence. I play the victim of a mugging in a new independent feature called "Loves Her Gun" (currently out in select theaters), a sober exploration ...

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    The Golden Globes Were The Beautiful Mess That Tina Fey (And We) Hoped They Would Be

    "This is the beautiful mess we hoped it would be," Tina Fey toasted at the end of the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. Hear, hear. By that point Matt Damon had been labeled a "garbage person" in what I can only hope was a reference to Armond White, Julia Louis-Dreyfus participated in a bit involving refusi...

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    Matthew McConaughey, Lena Dunham, Mike Judge, Damon Lindelof and More Discuss Their Upcoming HBO Series

    Highlights from HBO's marathon session at the TCA winter 2014 press tour for "True Detective," "Silicon Valley," "The Normal Heart," "Looking," "The Leftovers," "Girls" and John Oliver's new show.

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    Why 'Treme' Is Better Than 'The Wire'

    Aymar Jean Christian makes a case for why David Simon's recently concluded New Orleans drama actually outshines his more critically acclaimed series about Baltimore.

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