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    The New Yorker Enlists Two Television Icons to Mark the DOMA Ruling

    The New Yorker released a look at its newest cover image today, and it's one that marks the Supreme Court's landmark June 26 ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act with the help of two small screen icons. "Sesame Street" characters Bert and Ernie are shown cuddling in front of a television as news of...

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    Check Out The Blinged-Out 'Preachers' On The Oxygen Network's New Reality Show

    Here’s your first look of the Preachers of Bling… I mean the Preachers of L.A., which will premiere on the Oxygen Network this fall.

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    Sundance Channel Co-Producing Maggie Gyllenhaal Miniseries 'The Honourable Woman'

    Sundance's latest co-production deal is with the BBC for "The Honourable Woman," an eight-part miniseries starring Maggie Gyllenhaal ("Secretary"), directed by Hugo Blick ("The Shadow Line"), executive produced by Drama Republic's Greg Brenman ("Billy Elliot") and produced by Abi Bach ("Small Island...

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    David Bowie Offered Role For 'Hannibal' Season 2

    Whatever David Bowie does, it's bound to be cooler than what everyone else is doing, and that's certainly true in 2013. The music legend dropped a new album, and along with it two celeb-filled, eye-popping videos that pretty much defied whatever else the industry was doing. So, would Bowie stoop to ...

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    Netflix Renews Prison Dramedy 'Orange is the New Black' for a Second Season Ahead of Its Premiere

    Netflix has a lot of confidence in "Orange is the New Black," its women in prison dramedy from "Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan set to premiere in its 13-episode first season entirety on July 11 in all of the streaming service's territories.

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    David Chase Eulogizes James Gandolfini: 'I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV'

    James Gandolfini's funeral was held this morning at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York. Among the mourners were his "Sopranos" castmates as well as the show's creator, David Chase, who offered a eulogy for his friend and colleague.

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    Diddy Might Be Heading To 'Downton' After All - Creator Says He's Open To Giving Him A Cameo

    Recall P. Diddy's Downton Abbey Twitter hoax, which got the web all abuzz over whether the multihyphenate was indeed going to appear on the hit PBS series...

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    He's a Great Guy, But He's Also a Murderer: Check Out the Poster for AMC's New Drama 'Low Winter Sun'

    Earlier this week AMC released its poster for the highly anticipated final half season of "Breaking Bad," key art that showed Walter White (Bryan Cranston) demanding "Remember my name." Today, the network released artwork for its new Detroit cop drama "Low Winter Sun."

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    ESPN Films Nine for IX Doc Series Begins w/ 'Venus Vs.' On July 2 - Trailer Debuts

    ESPN Films and espnW will premiere the documentary Venus Vs., directed by Ava DuVernay, as the first film in the upcoming Nine for IX series, on July 2, at 8pm ET.

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