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    TV Mavens, Check Out 'The Writers' Room,' Hosted by Jim Rash (VIDEO PREVIEW)

    This is my idea of a good time: a smart TV series about my fave TV shows and the writers who write them. So far I've seen three half-hour episodes (presented by The Sundance Channel and Entertainment Weekly). Each show features Oscar-winning screenwriter Jim Rash ("The Descendants")-- who also acts ...

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    BET Announces World Television Premiere Of Sheldon Candis' 'LUV'

    On the heels of the successful debut of BET Premiere Cinema's original movie, Being Mary Jane, the Network has announced the world television broadcast premiere of Sheldon Candis' LUV, which stars Common and introducing Michael Rainey Jr.

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For 'Homeland' Season 3 Makes You Listen In

    It might seem like "Breaking Bad" is only thing coming up on TV worth caring about but for many the return of "Homeland" for its third season is yet another good reason to stay in this fall. The acclaimed show is riding high at the moment, with 8 Emmy nominations for its second season, following fou...

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    'Hostages' Will Be CBS' Big Foray Into the Ambitious, Serialized Dramas From Which It's Previously Kept Away

    While the other big networks have tried to chase cable programming, with little success, CBS has become the top network on the basis of traditional episodic series like "NCIS" and "The Big Bang Theory." But the network has also made the odd foray into more serialized dramas -- like this summer's "Un...

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    First Reviews Of Final Season Premiere Of 'Breaking Bad' Roll In As Charlie Rose Spills Appearance In Penultimate Episode

    So there's less than two weeks to go until the final season of "Breaking Bad" kicks off and every Monday at the office will be spent dissecting the final movements of Walter, Jesse and everyone else. Details have kept tightly under lock and key but pretty soon the show will be the only thing anyone ...

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    Lorraine Toussaint Joins Cast Of 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 2

    I have yet to watch a single episode of Netflix's new original series Orange Is the New Black, which debuted on July 11. However, just about every single person I know who's binge-watched the series, loves it!

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    With 'Southland' Canceled, Regina King Heads Back To 'Big Bang Theory'

    With Southland now canceled, Regina King has signed up to return to CBS's comedy hit, The Big Bang Theory, playing the director of employee relations at the university where star Jim Parsons' character works.

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    CBS Renews 'Under the Dome' For a Second Season; Les Moonves Calls It ''Dallas' In The Future'

    There will be no escaping from the dome anytime soon. CBS has renewed its summer hit "Under the Dome" for a second 13-episode season, with Stephen King, on whose novel the series is based, set to write the first episode. The second season will air in the summer of 2014.

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    'Incendies' Star Lubna Azabal, Janet McTeer, Stephen Rea Join Maggie Gyllenhaal in Sundance Channel's Miniseries 'The Honourable Woman'

    It's been a little over a month since Sundance Channel announced that it had struck a co-producing deal for the BBC miniseries "The Honourable Woman," with Maggie Gyllenhaal taking on the lead role of Nessa Stein, the daughter of a Zionist arms procurer who furthers her father's work to reconcile Is...

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    Why 'This Is a Damn Good Time To Be a Director In Television': Discussing Directing for the Small Screen

    After a late cancellation from one of the big networks at this summer's TCA press tour, a few panels were put together to fill a day that turned out to be unexpectedly great, offering an informative look at the actual workings of television rather than just the content. Following a talk with several...

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