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    MTV Readies a Reality Series Based on 'Catfish' for November

    Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's "Catfish" became the talk of Sundance and a topic of debate when it premiered at the festival in 2010, a documentary about Schulman's brother Nev and his relationship with a family in Michigan, including an eight-year-old child painting prodigy...

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    Danny Boyle & Alex Garland's 'The Beach' To Become A TV Series On Fox

    Danny Boyle has been the center of attention over the last week thanks to his fantastic Opening Ceremony at the London Olympic Games. By the time the Olympics are over we’ll be back to talking about his film projects (and in particular “Trance”), but for the moment we’ll sett...

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    'Bad Mandy': An Ex-New York Post Journalist Reveals Herself to Be the Inspiration for a 'Newsroom' Villain

    Former New York Post writer and soon-to-be novelist Mandy Stadtmiller outed herself as the inspiration for Nina Howard, the vengeful gossip columnist played by Hope Davis in "The Newsroom," today at Jane Pratt's xoJane.com.

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    Dr. Dre Developing a Music/Crime Drama Series for FX

    Yup, that Dr. Dre, the producer who can rap and control the maestro at the same time with the dope rhyme that he kicks. Deadline reports that the rapper, producer, entrepreneur and headphone-maker is getting into the TV game with an hour-long drama script development deal at FX.

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    Dr. Dre Taking Producer Skills To TV For Hour-Long Drama On Music Business And Crime

    Earlier this year, Dr. Dre, via his relatively young Crucial Films production company (launched in 2007), stepped in to produce a horror/thriller titled Thaw, from a script penned by Vik Weet, based on an original idea by Dre's production company partner Daniel Schnider.

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    New Images Of Benedict Cumberbatch, Adelaide Clemens & Rebecca Hall In 'Parade's End'

    Back in 2006 James McAvoy, Alice Eve, Dominic Cooper, James Corden, Rebecca Hall and Benedict Cumberbatch all starred together in the low key British rom-com “Starter For Ten.” It would take a hefty chunk of change to reassemble that cast in 2012, but the BBC and HBO have managed to secu...

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    Plot Details Revealed For Larry David/Jon Hamm/Greg Mottola HBO Improv Comedy

    A J.J. Abrams-esque level of secrecy has never been fully associated with “Curb Your Enthusiasm” mastermind Larry David, but as details on both his series and upcoming HBO feature have heretofore remained under wraps, the comparison could hold more weight than initially thought. However,...

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    Will Making a TV Show Be a Good Thing for M. Night Shyamalan?

    As the Hollywood Reporter noted yesterday, M. Night Shyamalan has a television project in the works at the Syfy network. The channel's committed to make and air a pilot for "Proof," his first scripted TV venture and one that will find him working with Marti Noxon, best known for h...

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    VH1 Acquires 'Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap' + Greenlights 'Black Ink' (Series On Harlem Tattoo Shop)

    Revealing its next season lineup of shows earlier today, VH1 will introduce a slate of new original programs that reflect the interests of what it calls its "adultster" audience - adults who are balancing new responsibilities with their desires to stay current with what’s happen...

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    Showtime Sets Air Date For Larry Wilmore's 'Race, Religion & Sex' (Could Lead To Series)

    As was announced in February, funnyman Larry Wilmore (known most as The Daily Show's "Senior Black Correspondent") has a few new TV projects on the horizon.

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