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    The Sklar Brothers Find the Comedy Behind the Numbers in 'United Stats of America'

    As identical twin comedians, Randy and Jason Sklar represent an unusual statistic all their own. And the brothers' own love of stats shines through in their work in sports-related comedy, from their series "Cheap Seats," which ran on ESPN Classic for four seasons, to their "Sports...

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    'Sherlock' Star Benedict Cumberbatch On the Sleuth's Sexuality and How His Own Stock Has Increased

    The BBC's "Sherlock," the popular and critically acclaimed modern day take on the iconic British sleuth, returns for a second season this Sunday on PBS (9pm ET) in the US. The three new feature-length episodes -- which find Holmes butting heads with his female counterpart Irene Adler (...

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    To George Herbert Walker Bush on His 88th Birthday: HBO's Latest Doc

    Yesterday, HBO announced it would be premiering "41," a documentary about the life of 41st President George H. W. Bush "in his own words" from his summer home in Kennebunkport, ME, on June 14th to commemorate the man's 88th birthday, two days before. Indiewire spoke to execut...

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    Tony Hale Talks Being a Body Man in 'Veep' and the Return of Buster Bluth

    The Washington staffers in "Veep," the first American TV series from "In the Loop"'s Armando Iannucci, are a caustic, backstabbing lot, forever scheming to advance themselves or at least hold off the underlings gunning for their jobs. All of them, that is, except for Gary, the starstruck aide played...

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    Armando Iannucci on 'Veep,' Politics and the Inherent Funniness of Being Vice President

    When it comes to satirical targets, Scottish writer, director and comedian Armando Iannucci has been gradually moving his sights up the political food chain. His ongoing BBC comedy "The Thick of It" focuses on the administrative and media mishaps of the fictitious Department of Social Affa...

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    Danny McBride on 'Eastbound & Down': 'There's other stuff we'd like to do'

    Yesterday, we checked in with "Eastbound & Down" co-creator Jody Hill to discuss the progress of his HBO show, which concludes its third -- and possibly last -- season on Sunday night. While Hill and Ben Best did a lot of the behind-the-scenes work that gives the dark comedy-drama its ...

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    Is 'Eastbound & Down' Ending? Even Show Co-Creator Jody Hill Isn't Sure

    There have been plenty of obstinate and hopelessly self-involved male characters at the center of popular TV programs, but it's safe to say there has never been one quite like Kenny Powers, the struggling baseball player played by Danny McBride on HBO's "Eastbound & Down." Ofte...

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    'Paranormal Activity' Director Oren Peli Talks About Creating the New ABC Show 'The River'

    Four years ago, Oren Peli's cheap found-footage horror movie "Paranormal Activity" seemingly came out of nowhere to leave a mark on mainstream American cinema. The Israeli-born filmmaker's debut put Peli on the map as a new voice in a genre suffering from homogenization due to endless "Saw" sequels....

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