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    Bob Newhart Breaks Down How to Transition from Standup Comic to Sitcom Star

    "Pioneers of Television" kicks off its fourth season on PBS Tuesday night with a look at standup comics who made their way to your living room TV set, and we found one of the best to discuss the process.

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    'Veep' Star Tim Simons on Why Jonah is a Perect Human Being, How He Unifies the Characters, and What to Expect in Season Three

    Tim Simons, who currently plays White House Aid Jonah on HBO's Emmy-winning comedy "Veep," may be playing a pitiable buffoon at the bottom of the political food chain, but the comedic actor has a lot to say about the goings-on in the world of D.C. and the inspiration of the show's comedic brilliance...

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    Mike Judge Talks 'Silicon Valley' and What's So Funny About The Tech World

    Before he was an animator, before he created "Beavis and Butt-head" and "King of the Hill," before he directed cult comedy classics "Office Space" and "Idiocracy," Mike Judge was an engineer working in the Bay Area.

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    Matthew Weiner Talks Writing Women and Race in 'Mad Men,' Criticisms of Don's Storyline and More

    As Part 1 of "Mad Men" Season 7 debuts April 13, James Poniewozik of TIME sat down with showrunner Matthew Weiner to talk everything about the show -- from viewer criticisms of Don's story arc last season, to writing women, race and how to handle those those too well-known moments from 1960s history...

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    'Orphan Black' Co-Creator Graeme Manson Talks Nature Vs. Nurture and Cronenberg Influences In His Clone Drama

    Graeme Manson, the co-creator and -showrunner of "Orphan Black," talks the new season of BBC America's hit clone drama.

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    'Doll & Em' Director Azazel Jacobs Explains Why He Doesn't Mind Working In Hollywood

    Azazel Jacobs -- who goes by "Aza" -- has produced some of the shrewdest character-driven dramas developed by an American director in the past 10 years.

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    Carice van Houten on the Lighter Side of Her 'Game of Thrones’ Character Melisandre

    Melisandre has been a critical mover -- even birthing a demon to assassinate someone -- from her very first appearance in season two of "Game of Thrones." We sat down with Carice van Houten to discuss the welcome challenge of portraying an “evil” character, nudity in popular culture and her accompli...

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    'Mad Men' Creator Matthew Weiner Spills on Season Seven, Conspiracy Theories and Who Don Draper Really Loves

    The secretive writer/director shared a few show secrets with reporters, including details on the final season of "Mad Men."

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    David S. Goyer on 'Da Vinci's Demons,' Batman and Why Second Acts are the Hardest to Write

    David S. Goyer sat down with Indiewire to discuss the second season of his Starz show and more.

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    The Awesomely Punk Rock Filmography of Jello Biafra

    With Jello Biafra appearing on "Portlandia," we checked in with the Dead Kennedys frontman to talk about his very eclectic acting career.

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