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    'Adventure Time' Writer Rebecca Sugar on 'Steven Universe,' Being Cartoon Network's First Female Show Creator And Why Pop Art Is 'Offensive'

    Rebecca Sugar might not be a household name, but with the rising popularity of Cartoon Network's "Adventure Time," she's practically achieved the same degree of popularity. With her new program "Steven Universe," she the first female show creator in Cartoon Network's history.

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    With 'Breaking Bad' Over and 'Mad Men' In Its Final Season, How AMC is Preparing for the Future

    AMC's President Charlie Collier talks about the future of the network with two of its defining series finished or coming to an end, the recent move into spin-offs, splitting up seasons and why live TV is still important.

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    Aziz Ansari Talks Turning 30 and Taking on More Personal Topics in His New Netflix Comedy Special 'Buried Alive'

    Aziz Ansari's new comedy special "Buried Alive" arrives exclusively on Netflix this Friday, November 1st at 12:01am PT, a stand-up concert film shot at the Merriam Theater in Philadelphia during the "Parks and Rec" star's 2013 tour.

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    James Toback Talks 'Seduced and Abandoned': 'I've often wondered what kind of a prostitute I am capable of being'

    It's tremendously fun to talk movies with James Toback. The writer of "Bugsy" and director of "The Pick-up Artist" and "Black and White" and others, Toback is frank, funny, knowledgable, opinionated and appreciative of the talents of others -- and, to be sure, his own.

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    The Indie Film Face Behind 'Adventure Time': Joe Swanberg Collaborator Kent Osborne

    It's safe to say that the legions of fans that have embraced "Adventure Time" over the course of its five seasons have no idea that writer Kent Osborne has been showing his face onscreen for years, in microbudget efforts like Swanberg's "Hannah Takes the Stairs" (opposite Greta Gerwig) and 2011's "H...

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    'Blackfish' Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite on SeaWorld's Response to the Film and Its Premiere on CNN

    "Blackfish" director Gabriela Cowperthwaite updates Indiewire on PR battles with SeaWorld and reading to premiere the film on CNN.

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    Jenny Slate Talks Plans for a 'Marcel the Shell' Feature, Living in Los Angeles and Playing Mean Girls on TV in 'Hello Ladies,' 'Parks and Recreation' and More

    If you aren't already familiar with Jenny Slate from her stint on "Saturday Night Live," you probably know her as the voice behind the title character in "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On," the stop-motion short she made with her husband Dean Fleischer-Camp that became a viral smash and screened at th...

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    Mark Duplass on His New HBO Series and Why TV's Become a Haven for Filmmakers: 'Box office numbers are so ridiculous right now'

    Catching up with Mark Duplass at New York Comic Con, where he was posing for photos with enthusiastic fans and fielding interview questions between a panel for "The League," the FX series on which he stars that's currently in its fifth season, and an autograph-signing session in support of "Bad Milo...

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    How HBO Has Stayed on Top of the Game by Embracing Stories With Endings and Making Sunday the Best TV Night of the Week

    HBO's president of programming Michael Lombardo talks "True Detective," why the network remains more focused on making series than movies, whether HBO Go will ever be available as an a la carte service and how Sunday night became the most competitive on the TV schedule.

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    Why Showtime Wants Series That Are 'A Little Bit Dangerous,' Even If That Means Moving Away From Big, Serialized Dramas

    In 1976, Showtime became one of the first cable channels to achieve national distribution. The network began producing original programming in the early '80s, but it wasn't until the arrival of "The L Word," "Weeds" and "Dexter" in the mid-2000s that it's identity really came together.

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