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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Gilligan Claims “Most folks will dig the ending;” AMC Unveils Two New Series

    AMC is ramping up production of original series, ordering two new shows in one cycle for the first time in its history, even as it bids goodbye to “Breaking Bad,” the series that followed “Mad Men” to help launch its remarkable run of acclaimed cable hits.

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    George Pelecanos on the Legacy of 'The Wire,' Ending 'Treme' and the New Project He and David Simon Are Working On

    George Pelecanos' new crime novel "The Double," his 19th, is due out in October. If the pattern from previous years holds, that's around when we might be seeing the abbreviated fourth and final season of "Treme," the critically beloved New Orleans-set HBO drama on which he's served as an executive p...

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    Jim Rash on 'Community,' the Creative Process and Interviewing His Peers on Sundance Channel's New Series 'The Writers' Room'

    Where can't you find Jim Rash? Having shared an Oscar for co-writing the screenplay for "The Descendants," Rash and his equally prolific comedy partner Nat Faxon scripted and made their joint directorial debut with "The Way, Way Back," currently going strong in limited release in theaters.

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    Chris O'Dowd Talks Playing His Own Imaginary Friend in His Semi-Autobiographical Sitcom 'Moone Boy'

    "Moone Boy," an Irish sitcom created by and starring "Bridesmaids" actor Chris O'Dowd arrives in the U.S. via Hulu today after premiering on the U.K.'s Sky1 last fall. Drawing from O'Dowd's childhood in Boyle, Ireland, in the '80s, "Moone Boy" recalls the comforting nostalgia of fare like "The Wonde...

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    'Weeds' Creator Jenji Kohan on Her New Netflix Series 'Orange Is The New Black' and Why 'Likability is Bullsh*t'

    Netflix kicked off its big year of original programming with "House of Cards," a political drama that brought in the major movie talents of Kevin Spacey and David Fincher as a show of seriousness. But the streaming service's newest series (and by our vote its best to date) comes from a writer and pr...

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    Abigail Spencer on 'Rectify,' Getting Discovered By Kathy Lee and Telling a Story By Way of Its Private Moments

    Abigail Spencer is no stranger to television -- since she was discovered at a taping of "Live with Regis and Kathy Lee," she's appeared on a plethora of shows, from "All My Children" to "Mad Men" (where she romanced Don Draper as Sally Draper's idealistic teacher). Her most recent small screen work,...

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    Michael Cudlitz on Saying Goodbye to 'Southland' and Playing One of TV's Most Enduringly Complicated Characters

    Michael Cudlitz is all charm, even as he talks about playing a man for whom things were anything but easy. After starring as Officer John Cooper on "Southland" for five seasons, Cudlitz and fans are now saying goodbye to the character and the critically acclaimed series, which was canceled by TNT la...

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    Emmy Watch: Noah Emmerich Talks TV vs. Movies, 'The Americans'

    Actor Noah Emmerich is best-known for his serious film work, from Todd Field's "Little Children" and Peter Weir's "The Truman Show" to Gavin O'Connor's "Pride and Glory." Perhaps because of that film he keeps getting calls to play Irish cops, even though he's a New York Jew, he told me. (His brother...

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    The Next 'Breaking Bad'? 'Low Winter Sun' Showrunner Chris Mundy on His New AMC Crime Drama

    When it comes to interviews, Chris Mundy is better acquainted with the other side of the table. The Rolling Stone editor turned AMC showrunner sat down with everybody from Kurt Cobain to Elliott Smith during tenure at the magazine, which spanned the peak of the record industry, from 1989-2000.

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    What Does Israel Think of 'Homeland'? 'Prisoners of War' Creator Gideon Raff Explains

    The second season of "Homeland" came to a literally explosive end on Showtime in December, but the second season of "Prisoners of War," the Israel drama on which it's based, has just begun here in the U.S., with Hulu rolling out new episodes every Tuesday.

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