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    Joe Carnahan Bringing Anne Rice To TV, Bryan Singer Goes To Syfy With 'Pacific Rim'-Esque Drama

    While Joe Carnahan continues to mull over which one of the many feature film projects he wants to direct next, it looks like he’ll be getting involved in helming another network drama, following the premiere this week of "The Blacklist." CBS has tapped him to direct their drama series project “Angel...

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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Lands a New (Old) Detective Series at CBS

    Vince Gilligan is not about to sit around resting on his laurels after this Sunday's series finale of the Emmy-winning "Breaking Bad."

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    Mitch Hurwitz Says A New Season & Movie Are Coming For 'Arrested Development'

    Before the long-awaited fourth season of “Arrested Development” hit Netflix this past summer, fans were already wondering what the future held for the cult TV series. Although we’re still far from seeing more of the Bluth family on (any kind of) screen, it looks like a concrete plan is forming.

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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Heads To Network TV Next For 'Battle Creek'

    While Vince Gilligan's "Breaking Bad" is at the top tier of programs that are considered part of the new Golden Age of television, it's easy to forget his first major success came on network TV, as a producer and writer on Fox's "The X-Files." And now he's hoping to score some success again without ...

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    Bounce TV Celebrates 2nd B-day w/ Record Distribution, Advertiser & Ratings Growth & Accelerated Original Programming Production

    Bounce TV celebrates its 2nd year on the air. Congrats! You made it this far! Here's to another 2 years... at least.

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    Watch The Opening Credits For 'American Horror Story: Coven' + Marie Laveau Teases

    The opening credits for the previous 2 seasons of of FX's American Horror Story were fun. A sufficiently creepy collage of both still and moving images, with an eerie musical overlay and sound effects. Via Twitter earlier today, show co-creator Ryan Murphy shared what will be the opening credits for...

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    Robert De Niro Replaces James Gandolfini In HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    It's been something of an up and down ride for HBO's "Criminal Justice," with the network initially passing on the project earlier this year, only to revive it a few months later, reformatted into a "limited event series" (just call it a miniseries, guys). But with the sudden and sad passing of Jame...

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    Robert De Niro Will Take Over James Gandolfini's Part in the HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    Before he passed away in June, James Gandolfini had been working on an HBO miniseries, based on a British show created by Peter Moffat, entitled "Criminal Justice." It would mark his return to the network with which his career has been so closely linked.

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    'Mr. Magorium' Director Zach Helm Agrees His "Technicolor Train-Wreck" Would Be Hell For Walter White

    At one point, screenwriter and director Zach Helm was sort of a big deal. With two projects landing big names—"Stranger Than Fiction" starring Will Ferrell and "Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium" with Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman marking his feature debut—things seeemed to be going pretty well. W...

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    Tony & Dan Gilroy Migrate To Television For Early 20th Century Drama ‘Monsieur De Paris’

    In the summer of 2012, filmmaker Tony Gilroy had just directed franchise entry “The Bourne Legacy,” but he wasn’t fooling himself. In his pragmatic view, tentpoles were taking over and the lifespan for mid-sized movies—the kind that were his bread and butter like “Michael Clayton” and “Duplicity”—wi...

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