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    Trailer: CodeBlack-Produced 'Why We Laugh: Funny Women' (Whoopi Goldberg, Kim Wayans, Others)

    Narrated by Joan Rivers, the film premiered last night, Thursday, March 21 at 8/7c, on Showtime. If you missed it, you'll be glad to know that it'll next air tomorrow (or is it tonight), Saturday, March 23, at 12 am ET/PT on SHO 2. It's also available on Showtime Anytime (which is a free service, if...

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    HBO GO "Could Evolve" Into an Internet Package for Non-Subscribers, CEO Plepler Says

    HBO CEO Richard Plepler is considering the possibility of partnering with broadband internet providers to widen access to the company's HBO GO streaming service for non-subscribers. Plepler told Reuters, "Maybe HBO GO, with our broadband partners, could evolve."

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    'Scandal' Returns To Most-Watched Telecast Ever!

    'Scandal' Returns To Most-Watched Telecast Ever!

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    Dominic West and Helena Bonham Carter Will Play 'Burton and Taylor' for BBC America

    After the campy and somewhat sad spectacle that was Lindsay Lohan's Lifetime movie "Liz and Dick" last fall, BBC America will be offering up its own take on the story of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. The network announced today that it will co-produce "Burton and Taylor," a 90-minute TV movie...

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    'Dead Snow' Director Tommy Wirkola Developing Dark Comedy Series at Showtime

    After having a solid enough box office (if not exactly a critical) success with his English-language debut "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters," "Dead Snow" filmmaker Tommy Wirkola is reteaming with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's production company Gary Sanchez to develop a half-hour series at Showtime.

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    Review: 'Phil Spector' Killed Lana Clarkson, But David Mamet's Movie Presupposes, Maybe He Didn't?

    With production on the film starting all the way back in the summer of 2011, it's been a curiously long wait for David Mamet's "Phil Spector," and from the first moment, one gets the impression that HBO's lawyers were a bit nervous about the effort. Before we even see one frame of the picture, an op...

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    HBO Picks Up 'Getting On' to Series, a Comedy From the Creators of 'Big Love'

    "Enlightened" may be no more, but HBO remains in search of more comedies to add to its lineup. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the premium network's just given a series greenlight to one of its pilots.

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    Can 'Low Winter Sun' Replace 'Breaking Bad'? Watch The Trailer For The New AMC Series Starring Mark Strong

    In case you've been living under a rock, or were somehow unaware, we hate to break it you: "Breaking Bad" is done this summer. The acclaimed, hit series wraps up the fate of Walter White in just a few months time, and after that, AMC will be left with a considerably big hole in their schedule that t...

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    Trailer: 'Low Winter Sun' (Ernest Dickerson, Lennie James, Erika Alexander, Ruben S. Hudson)

    The Ernest Dickerson-directed pilot episode impressed them enough, because AMC eventually ordered a 10-episode season for the new crime drama series Low Winter Sun, which stars Mark Strong, and Lennie James, with Ruben Santiago Hudson and Erika Alexander in supporting roles.

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    CodeBlack-Produced 'Why We Laugh: Funny Women' Celebrates Women's History Month

    Narrated by Joan Rivers, the film premieres TONIGHT, Thursday, March 21 at 8/7c, on Showtime.The film sheds light on the legacy of the female comedian and the dedication, courage and passion required to be successful in the male-dominated stand-up comedy business.Nearly 30 of the industry's top funn...

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