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    Will Emmy-Winner 'Cosmos' Be Back?

    Will the force behind "Cosmos," Emmy-winning writer/producer Ann Druyan, the widow of Carl Sagan, be able to bring back her reimagined television show? She needs to convince both Fox and host Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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    Check Out Robert Rodriguez vs. Quentin Tarantino in the Director's Chair (VIDEO)

    Old pals Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, who collaborated on the original "From Dusk Till Dawn" movie (which spawned an El Rey Network TV series) not to mention "Grindhouse," sit down for an hour-long talk on the August 13th installment of “El Rey Network Presents: The Director’s Chair” (9 P...

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    Sherry Lansing Talks the Rise of Television and Ageism

    The whip-smart husband-and-wife team of director William Friedkin ("The French Connection") and Sherry Lansing, the producer ("Fatal Attraction") and first woman studio head at Twentieth Century Fox and Paramount, visited the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in Czech Republic this month, whe...

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    Interview: Composer Max Richter Talks Scoring HBO's 'The Leftovers,' Writing For Television & More

    If there is one defining characteristic about composer Max Richter, is that he refuses to stay within any preconceived boundaries. Classically trained at Edinburgh University and finishing his studies under the tutelage of avant-garde composer Luciano Berio in Florence, from there Richter’s career w...

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    Interview: Sergio Talks To Filmmaker Stanley Nelson About His Latest, 'Freedom Summer,' & The Passion That Drives Him

    Documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson talks about his latest project 'Freedom Summer' for PBS' American Experience, and why it's so important for him to make documentaries.

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    Stephen Colbert Rips Amazon Over Hachette Dispute, Sells More Books (VIDEO)

    America's late-night comedy hosts are now, it would seem, the country's new defenders against corporate overreach.

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    Lee Daniels Adapts Shakespearian Protagonist for TV

    In our in-depth interview, Lee Daniels explains why he's misunderstood, has stopped reading reviews, and has adapted King Lear as hip-hop musical "Empire" for network television--while not giving up on movies.

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    Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy & the 'Halt and Catch Fire' Cast on Why You Should 'Buy' Their Techie Period Drama

    We sat down with the entire cast of AMC's new drama to get to the bottom of what makes each character tick.

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    Baywatch Creator on Indie TV: A Producer’s Guide to Avoiding the Upfront Madness

    While networks and showrunners were convening in New York this past week for the Upfronts, Box Office Insider contributor, Nicole Hansen, sat down with Gregory J. Bonann in Beverly Hills about his new indie-produced show, “SAF 3”, starring Dolf Lungren.

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    'I Just Got My Ass Broke All the Time': An Oral History of 'Hill Street Blues'

    "Hill Street Blues" was one of TV's most groundbreaking series, and Indiewire spoke to a quartet of cast members from the series about being a part of the phenomenon.

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