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    'Network' Meets the Future, as Olbermann Takes on Itzkoff

    On Sunday, New York Times culture writer Dave Itzkoff will be interviewed at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image about his hot-off-the-presses (-and-tablet-download) “Mad As Hell: The Making of ‘Network’ and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies,” about the baroque construction project ...

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    Why 'The Red Road' Star Jason Momoa Wants to Work With Terrence Malick

    "The Red Road," a new drama coming to SundanceTV (formerly Sundance Channel) on February 27th at 9pm, features Jason Momoa as we haven't seen him before.

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    Interview: Michelle Monaghan Talks 'True Detective' And Why Maggie Shouldn't Be Underestimated

    As detectives Rust Cohle and Martin Hart, Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson are the grim, beating heart of HBO’s “True Detective,” and have deservedly earned no shortage of acclaim for their smoldering performances as the wrestle personal demons, while pursuing the monster behind a string of r...

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    Why 'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Feels the Amazon Pilot Process is 'Revolutionary'

    Before she made her directorial debut with "Afternoon Delight," which starred Kathryn Hahn, Juno Temple and Josh Radnor and premiered at Sundance last year, Jill Soloway worked in television as a writer and producer on series like "United States of Tara" (for which she was showrunner) and "Six Feet ...

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    Stephanie Beatriz on Playing the Fierce Rosa Diaz on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' Joining an Ensemble and Wearing Glasses to the Golden Globes

    Stephanie Beatriz talks playing "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" tough cookie Rosa Diaz, the chances of her character getting together with Joe Lo Truglio's Charles Boyle and the importance of having Latinas on screen as something other than maids.

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    Why Starz Is Looking for Truth and Spectacle and Bringing In Talent From Outside the TV Realm Like 50 Cent and Michael Bay

    Starz's managing director Carmi Zlotnik talks about betting big on pirate drama "Black Sails," the two essential elements he looks for in all new series and bringing multicultural voices to the network by way of originals from 50 Cent and LeBron James.

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    Elisabeth Moss on Her First True Sundance Experience and Saying Goodbye to 'Mad Men'

    Only three weeks into 2014, Elisabeth Moss has already won a Golden Globe for “Top of the Lake,” world premiered two films at the Sundance Film Festival, and shot some scenes for the upcoming final season of “Mad Men.”

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    Sundance: Aaron Paul on Why He'll Never Be the Next Tom Cruise and Resurrecting Jesse Pinkman for AMC

    Aaron Paul is not Jesse Pinkman. Thanks to five trailblazing seasons on "Breaking Bad," it's damn near impossible not to think of Paul as anyone else. But as he stressed to Indiewire in Park City, the deeply troubled Pinkman is his "opposite." The same goes for the alcoholic father he plays in Kat C...

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    'Orange Is The New Black' Creator Talks Race & Gender Struggles Faced In Pitching The Series

    'Orange Is The New Black' Creator Talks Race & Gender Struggles Faced In Pitching The Series

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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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