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    Ned Vizzini, Author of 'It's Kind of a Funny Story' and TV Writer, Has Died at 32

    Bestselling author, television writer and essayist Ned Vizzini died Thursday, The Los Angeles Times reports. The cause of death was suicide.

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    SeaWorld Goes on Defensive, Again, Taking Out Full Page Ads to Defend Itself Against 'Blackfish'

    The Oscar-shortlisted "Blackfish," the directorial debut of Gabriela Cowperthwaite that debuted at this year's Sundance Film Festival, has provoked a strong response since its theatrical release and widely watched CNN broadcast.

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    Ruben Santiago-Hudson Will Play Womanizing Bad-ass Opposite Ed Burns In 'Public Morals'

    Ruben Santiago-Hudson Will Play Womanizing Bad-ass Opposite Ed Burns In 'Public Morals'

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    David Mamet Explores ’7 Deadly Sins’ For Fox; 'Descendants' Of Disney Characters Getting Their Own Movie & More

    As we await David Mamet's next feature "Blackbird" starring Cate Blanchett, which is due to start shooting in January, the writer/director continues to find lots of opportunities on the small screen. In fact, his last film "Phil Spector" hit HBO this spring, while over at CBS he's got a remake of "H...

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    NBC Sets a Date for 'Hannibal' Season Two

    "Silence of the Lambs" prequel series "Hannibal" will return for a second season in February.

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    100 Most-Watched Shows On Broadcast TV In 2013 Reveals Everyone Was Tuning In To 'NCIS'

    Do you ever wonder why you can't have nice things on network television? Well, here's the answer. The list of the top 100 Most-Watched Shows On Broadcast TV reveals that if four things are certain in American life it's death, taxes, football and "NCIS."

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    Get Ready For 'The Single Ladies' Premiere w/ This 10-Minute Season 2 Refresher

    Get Ready For 'The Single Ladies' Premiere w/ This 10-Minute Season 2 Refresher

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    Xbox Gets Its First Original Series About the Start of the Digital Revolution: Zak Penn to Direct

    Academy Award winning producer Simon Chinn and Emmy Award winning producer Jonathan Chinn have launched Lightbox, a new multi-platform media company which will create nonfiction programming. Their first project is a series of nonfiction films for Xbox Entertainment Studios about the start of the dig...

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    Robin Roberts Signs New Huge Deal with ‘Good Morning America’

    ABC knows that, to keep "Good Morning America" happy, they have to make Robin Roberts happy

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    Martin Scorsese Says He "Couldn't Connect" With 'The Sopranos,' But 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Was His Path To TV

    Martin Scorsese is no stranger to the thugs, hoods, kingpins and lowlives that keep things hustling on the streets, and he's chronicled that world more than once on the big screen. In fact, next week sees him in delving into the bacchanalia of the financial sector, with the very debauched, very R-ra...

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