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    The 5 Best Episodes Of 'Breaking Bad'

    This Sunday sees the beginning of the end of an era. Because on Sunday, AMC will premiere the first of the final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad," which over the last five-and-a-bit years has firmly taken its place among the pantheon of TV drama, winning an ever-growing following, rave reviews and f...

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    'Walking Dead' Producer Admits To Not Using Tyreese In Season 3, But Major Season 4 Change

    “What you see a little bit of in that trailer is Tyreese stepping up as a character and taking a more central role. We didn't get a lot of time with him in Season 3 with everything else that was going on, and now in Season 4 we are really able to bring him to the forefront and integrate him into the...

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    Paul Schrader Says 'Taxi Driver' Sequel Was The "Dumbest" Idea He Ever Heard

    Paul Schrader, one-time Hollywood screenwriting wunderkind, is back in the news with his new film “The Canyons” (read our review). Back when Martin Scorsese was a a bright young thing sticking it to the studios — this would be in the late '70s — Schrader was the man feeding him the material, writin...

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    According To Neil Gaiman, A Black Actor Was Offered 'Doctor Who' But Turned It Down. Who?

    “I thought I’d said that I was disappointed that it didn’t happen this time, and that there are some amazing actors out there. I was rather disappointed that Paterson Joseph didn’t get it last time, although I’ve loved Matt’s Eleven. And yes, I have no doubt there will be. (I know one black actor wh...

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    HBO Is Developing a Comedy Series With 'Awkward Black Girl' Creator Issa Rae

    Issa Rae, the creator, writer, director and star of hit web series "Awkward Black Girl," is poised between internet celebrity and full-on, mainstream fame. The big question is -- what's the project that will get her from the latter to the former?

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    PBS Announces New Seasons of Period Dramas 'The Bletchley Circle,' 'Mr. Selfridge' and 'Call the Midwife'

    "The Bletchley Circle," PBS's hit British import miniseries about female codebreakers who after World War II end up investigating, will be back for another four-part season in spring 2014, the network announced today alongside a slate of additional new programming for fall and beyond.

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    Donald Glover Is Developing An Atlanta Music Scene-Set Series For FX That He'll Also Star In

    Donald Glover has inked a deal to write, produce and star in a half-hour comedy pilot for FX, which will be titled Atlanta.

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    Issa Rae Will Star In Her Own HBO Series, Co-written With Larry Wilmore

    Issa Rae Will Star In Her Own HBO Series, Co-written With Larry Wilmore

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    Omari Hardwick Returns To Host Season 3 Of TV One's 'Verses and Flow' (9/11 Premiere)

    Verses and Flow returns to TV One on Wednesday, September 11 at 9pm.

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    Watch 1st 5 Minutes Of Ernest Dickerson-Directed AMC Series 'Low Winter Sun' (w/ Lennie James)

    Watch 1st 5 Minutes Of Ernest Dickerson-Directed AMC Series 'Low Winter Sun' (w/ Lennie James)

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