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    Ken Burns is Making a Documentary About Country Music

    The tireless documentarian Ken Burns has a new project in the works for PBS -- "Country Music," set for 2018, to be directed by Burns, who'll produce alongside writer Dayton Duncan, Burns' longtime producing partner.

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    Watch: A Reckoning Is Coming In Thrilling First Trailer For 'Hannibal' Season 2

    By any rational thought process, there was no reason to expect NBC's "Hannibal" to be any good. After all, how could they bring to the small screen one of pop culture's most fearsome killers, especially within the constraints of network television? But color us surprised that the first season was mo...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Barbarella' Heads To Amazon, Philip Seymour Hoffman/Kathryn Hahn Series Gets Order & More

    Between Sundance and the Oscars, it might seem like its all movies all the time, but some new developments in the TV world have our attentions pointed toward the small screen...

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    TONIGHT: Fox Promises Epic 'Sleepy Hollow' 2-Hour Season Finale - Watch Promo

    TONIGHT: Fox Promises Epic 'Sleepy Hollow' 2-Hour Season Finale - Watch Promo

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    Recap: Matthew McConaughey Is 'Seeing Things' In 'True Detective' Season 1, Episode 2

    "You're looking for narrative, [you] interrogate witnesses, personal evidence, establish a timeline, build a story, day after day..." the weary Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) lays bare about his job. That's right, we're only in the second episode of "True Detective," and already the grind of the work...

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    Recap: Hannah Celebrates Her Birthday In 'Girls' Season 3, Episode 3 'She Said OK'

    "I always have terrible birthdays, it's kind of my thing," Hannah (Lena Dunham) tells Adam (Adam Driver) in "She Said OK," the third episode of "Girls" season 3. And with her 25th birthday celebration taking center stage for the bulk of the episode's running time, there is certainly an argument to b...

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    If You Missed Sasheer Zamata's Debut On 'Saturday Night Live' Last Night, Catch Up Now (Video)

    If You Missed Sasheer Zamata's Debut On 'Saturday Night Live' Last Night, Catch Up Now (Video)

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    'The Boondocks' To Begin Fourth Season On April 21st

    RUN! DUCK! DODGE!

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    Pivot and Univision Acquire TV Rights to Doc 'Cesar's Last Fast' Ahead of Sundance Premiere

    Participant Media's cable network Pivot has joined with Univision News to buy the U.S. TV rights to "Cesar's Last Fast," the documentary from directors Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee set to makes its world premiere at Sundance tomorrow on January 19th.

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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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