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    Brit Marling & More Join Danny Boyle's Cop Show 'Babylon,' FX Picks Up WWII Miniseries He'll Produce

    As Danny Boyle now makes his way to television, helming the cop show "Babylon" for Channel 4 in the U.K., it's not a surprise that some very strong talent is following him to the small screen. No matter what the format, Boyle is one whom people are eager to work with.

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    Ben Wheatley Directing First Two Episodes Of 'Doctor Who' Season 8, Catherine Hardwicke Goes MTV & More

    It looks like the BBC is giving "Doctor Who" fans lots of reasons to look forward to season eight. First, after runs by two fan favorites in Matt Smith and David Tennant, Peter Capaldi will be the next actor to roll with the TARDIS in the beloved show. And to get things off on on the right foot, one...

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    'House Of Cards' Producer Says Season 2 Will Likely Be The Last

    Good news for those who think current TV shows stay on far past their welcome, or bad news for those who think "House Of Cards" still has yet to hit its peak, but, according to one person close to the series, the currently in production second season could very well be its last.

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    FX Greenlights WWII Miniseries 'Telemark,' From Danny Boyle and His 'Slumdog Millionaire' Team

    In August, the UK's Channel 4 announced that Danny Boyle would be directing the pilot for "Babylon," a comedy drama "set in the world of modern policing" and written by Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, of "Peep Show" and "Four Lions." And this afternoon, FX announced that Boyle and his "Slumdog Million...

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    Bob Odenkirk Joins 'Fargo' Ensemble; BBC's 'Jonathan Strange And Mr. Norrell' Starts Casting & More

    2013 will close out nicely for Bob Odenkirk, with the actor saying farewell to "Breaking Bad" and soon to be seen in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska." And while he waits for things to get moving on that Saul Goodman spinoff, he's joining another TV show that is already getting all sorts of attention. FX...

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    BBC Discovers Lost '60s 'Doctor Who' Episodes in Nigeria, Releases Them on iTunes

    Television was not looked at as something that needed to be preserved in the earlier days of the medium. Shows were broadcast live and not filmed, and many other tapes were lost, destroyed or recorded over before networks started to see the value in archiving their own content.

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    GLAAD Presents Its Yearly Report on Portrayals of LGBT Characters in the 2013-2014 TV Season

    GLAAD (formerly the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) has taken to the airwaves, observing the amount of LGBT characters being or set to be portrayed on television in the upcoming season and compiling all the statistics into their annual Where We Are on TV Report.

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    Bob Odenkirk, Oliver Platt Join Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman and Others in FX's 'Fargo' Limited Series

    "Fargo," the 10-episode FX limited series based on the 1996 Coen brothers' movies, has assembled an outstanding cast, with Bob Odenkirk, Oliver Platt, Kate Walsh and Glenn Howerton joining the already announced Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman and Colin Hanks. Production's slated to start in Calga...

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    Ben Affleck & Matt Damon To Co-Produce CBS Sitcom, Ruben Fleischer Revives 'Remington Steele' & More

    The new shows this television season may have been a weak slate — Joss Whedon's “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” needs to up its freshly-renewed game, while the less said about Seth McFarlane's “Dads” the better — but as always in Hollywood, there are plenty of potential replacements waiting in development,...

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