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    'Battlestar Galactica' Producer Ronald D. Moore Adapts Another Cult Fan Property With Starz Series 'Outlander'

    With his Syfy series "Battlestar Galactica," executive producer Ronald D. Moore took a beloved '70s science fiction series and reworked it into a sprawling space drama that tackled themes of faith and what makes us human, winning fans and acclaim from within and outside of genre fandom. For his next...

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    AMC Sets Dates for Premieres of 'Turn' and Return of 'Mad Men,' Slates 'Better Call Saul' for Fall

    AMC announced dates for its 2014 original programming schedule today, including the premieres of new series "Turn" and the first half of the final season of "Mad Men." But what may be most interesting for people is that "Breaking Bad" prequel "Better Call Saul" is set to debut in the fall.

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    Heather Graham and Kiernan Shipka Bring Gothic Favorite 'Flowers in the Attic' to the Small Screen on Lifetime

    When introducing Lifetime's upcoming original movie "Flowers in the Attic," the network's general manager Robert Sharenow described the plot, which is adapted from V.C. Andrews best-selling 1979 novel, as a classic coming of age story -- which is an amusingly subdued way to describe a torrid psychol...

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    CNN Orders Alex Gibney and Robert Redford Docuseries 'Death Row Stories,' Narrated by Susan Sarandon

    CNN has ordered "Death Row Stories," a new eight-part original series from Alex Gibney and Robert Redford. Each episode of the series will unravel a different capital murder case, calling into question different beliefs about the death penalty and the justice system.

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    Glen Morgan, Chloë Sevigny Battle Serial Killer Fatigue When Talking New Crime Drama 'Those Who Kill'

    A&E's "Those Who Kill" is the next Scandinavian crime drama remake to turn up on U.S. screens, following "The Killing" and "The Bridge." It stars Chloë Sevigny and James D'Arcy as homicide detective Catherine Jensen and forensic psychologist Thomas Schaeffer, who track down, you know, people who kil...

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    Watch: First 2 Clips From 'Girls' Season 3, HBO Renews Show For 4th Season

    This weekend, the third season of "Girls" kicks off with two brand new episodes, and while you'll get our full recaps on Monday, we'll just say this: Lena Dunham hasn't missed a step. If you've been a fan of the show, you won't be disappointed, but it seems some folks still can't get their head arou...

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    Watch: 5 'Game Of Thrones' Vine Teasers Before The Trailer Debut This Weekend

    If and when a new social media app becomes remotely popular you can rest assured that movie and television marketers will exploit the hell out of it. So, yes the six second Vine tease is not going away any time soon and we’re just going to have to live with it seems.

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    Amy Poehler and the 'Broad City' Team Demonstrate Why 'Television's Such a Great Medium for Women'

    "Broad City" is an internet success story -- comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer went from making a web series to landing a Comedy Central series with the help of Amy Poehler, who came on board as an executive producer.

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    Watch: 'The Simpsons’ Tribute To Hayao Miyazaki & Studio Ghibli

    The Simpsons is curious show. The longest running American sitcom in history (25 seasons long), its relevancy and quality dropped off hard after season 10, but in recent years it’s made a bit of a comeback. And certainly they’ve been more relevant than ever in the movie world with recent impressive ...

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    Charlie Brooker Promises More Episodes of His Brilliant Anthology Series 'Black Mirror'

    The British techno-anxiety anthology series "Black Mirror" was one of the best things to sneak onto U.S. television last year, and now creator Charlie Brooker has promised that at least two more episodes are on the way.

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