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    Are You Watching 'Loiter Squad' On Adult Swim?

    While you're hoping for a return of In Living Color, you might want to check out this sketch comedy series that airs on Sunday nights on the Adult Swim network, titled, Loiter Squad.Despite now in its second season, I actually never heard of the series until late last week when I received an email f...

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    Tyreese & Sasha Enjoy Target Practice In Preview Clip For Next 'The Walking Dead' Episode

    I'm still waiting for Tyreese's story to be featured far more than it has thus far; assuming he survives this season (with 3 episodes left, and a war coming), maybe he'll become more of a prominent character next season.

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    Don Draper is Looking a Little Drawn in the New Poster for 'Mad Men' Season Six

    Continuing the trend of enigmatic marketing art from last year's campaign, which featured a photo of Don Draper (Jon Hamm) looking at a window display containing two mannequins, the season six "Mad Men" key art released by AMC yesterday involves a drawing of the show's protagonist passing himself on...

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    Episode 1 Of Nzingha Stewart/Gabrielle Union Web Series 'Riding Dirty with Officer Turner'

    Here's episode 1 of writer/director Nzingha Stewart's new web series starring Gabrielle Union, titled Riding Dirty with Officer Turner, that is housed on Shaquille O'Neal's Comedy Shaq Network on YouTube.

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    Watch: First 6 Minutes Of 'Psycho' Prequel Series 'Bates Motel'

    When considering a stay at the “Bates Motel,” it’s probably worth remembering that couple who were looking for a quiet night at the start of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Judging by its Gothic ambiance and mentally unstable management, teased in a new 6-minute clip from the upcoming A&E drama, th...

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    'Star Wars: Clone Wars' Canceled, But Lucasfilm Promise New Show Set In "Time Period Previously Untouched"

    It has just been a few months since Disney bought the "Star Wars" franchise, and it’s only a matter of time before we receive a total onslaught of new "Star Wars" films and TV shows. The new trilogy is already coming, there’s a possibility of spinoff films, and there’s been talk of a live action TV ...

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    Sundance Channel Greenlights Its Second Original Scripted Series, 'The Descendants'

    Today, Sundance Channel announced that it had ordered another scripted drama, "The Descendants" (working title), from writer Aaron Guzikowski ("Contraband" and the upcoming Hugh Jackman feature "Prisoners") and producer Sarah Condon ("Bored to Death").

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    Check Out 'Mad Men' Season 6 Poster Designed By Veteran Ad Man Brian Sanders

    You would think for a show that revels in the bygone advertising era fuelled by cigarette smoke and sex, "Mad Men" would've had the lightning bolt to maybe grab someone from that time and do a little artwork for them. But for whatever reason, it's taken them until season six, but the results speak f...

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    Clark Peters Is Developing A New Orleans-Set TV Show That Focuses On Arts Scene

    Clarke Peters is in New Orleans (where a show he co-stars in, Treme, is shot) taping another TV show - this time a pilot - at Café Istanbul which he says will serve as the beginnings of a regular TV series that will focus on the city’s arts community, and more.

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    10 Interesting TV Season Statistics To Know As Pilot Casting Season Continues...

    I'll be compiling the data this week for a future post, but, at a brief glance, I can say that, without a doubt, there are more castings of black actors in TV pilots this year than there were last year, and maybe even previous years.

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