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    Aja Naomi King Joins Cast Of Amazon Studios Comedy Pilot 'The Onion Presents: The News'

    A day after Wolfe Releasing acquired distribution rights to the indie drama she co-stars in with Wendell Pierce, Four, Aja Naomi King has joined the cast of the Amazon Studios comedy pilot, The Onion Presents: The News, written by The Onion’s Will Graham and Dan Mirk, and directed by Todd Stra...

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    Mads Mikkelsen Hangs Out With A Skull In New Pic From 'Hannibal'

    Cable networks are free to drop in all the sex and violence that their national broadcast competition can't, which certainly makes it a challenge when competing for viewers. But even so, NBC is hoping they can push the envelope by bringing Hannibal Lecter to the small screen. And they've got...

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    Issa Rae Headlines Original Digital Content For Faith-Friendly, Family-Oriented Alright TV

    Joining Issa Rae are Deion Sanders, AJ Johnson, DeRay Davis, and Cheryl Jackson, all producing content for the newly-formed Alright TV - a faith/family-friendly YouTube channel created by Robert Johnson and Tracey E. Edmonds (who's running it), in an agreement with YouTube.

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    Exclusive: Sneak Peek Photos From 'Home,' The Upcoming Episode of 'The Walking Dead'

    "The Walking Dead" made its mid-season return to AMC last Sunday with an episode that set up the approaching conflict between Rick's (Andrew Lincon) group at the prison and the Governor's (David Morrissey) in Woodbury and showcased the splintering of both the show's central com...

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    Sneak Peek: Watch First 5 Minutes of 'Blackboard Wars' - Premieres March 2 on OWN

    More new original series from OWN... this time a 6-episode series that follows the dramatic transformation of New Orleans' John McDonogh High School.

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    Watch: Nelson George Profiles the Stylish Walt Frazier in the Latest ESPN '30 for 30' Short

    "Walt Clyde Frazier is one of the most stylish athletes of all time," explains journalist, critic and filmmaker Nerlson George ("CB4," "The Chris Rock Show," "Finding the Funk") in the introduction to "Disdain the Mundane," the latest addition to ESP...

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    'Bird Of The Iron Feather' - A TV Show Way Too Hot For Its Time

    First of all, I must give all credit to architecture and cultural critic, photographer and executive director for the Chicago Central Area Committee, Lee Bey, who wrote on his NPR radio/WBEZ-FM Chicago blog today about the short-lived TV series, Bird of the Iron Feather, which is considered to ...

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    Watch: Liev Schreiber Gives Winston Wolf a Run for His Money in the Trailer for Showtime's 'Ray Donovan'

    While "Masters of Sex," the Michael Sheen/Lizzy Caplan period drama premiering September 29th, may be the glitzier-looking of Showtime's two new dramas, it's Liev Schreiber vehicle "Ray Donovan" that attracted a lot of praise from journalists shown an early cut of the pilot before TCA in January.

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    Peter Sarsgaard & Amy Seimetz Join 'The Killing' Season 3

    The big question: can AMC reclaim the fans and critics it lost after season two of "The Killing"? That's going to be the goal as the network canceled and then re-upped show, but they will still have to convince those who got frustrated as the intial mystery dragged over two seasons. Bu...

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    First Look At Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger In Remake Of 'The Bridge' From 'Miss Bala' Helmer Gerardo Naranjo

    If can you weren't aware, Danish television is currently having a bit of a moment. Last month, New Yorker did a fascinating profile on the country's television industry and the popularity of their shows at home and more importantly abroad, with the politically minded "Borgen," &quo...

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