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    Archer Will Release a Country Album to Accompany Its New Season, Including a 'Danger Zone' Duet With Kenny Loggins

    Never let it be said that "Archer" won't go incredible lengths on behalf of a running joke.

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    Sundance Channel Will Air the Second Season of 'The Returned' in 2014

    Sundance Channel found a critical hit in "The Returned," its French supernatural drama about a small mountain town where the dead start suddenly coming back to life, looking just as they did before they passed away, whether a week or a decade ago.

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    Michael Cera and John Hawkes Will Star in Charlie Kaufman's FX Comedy Pilot 'How and Why'

    One of the most exciting potential series to be announced last year was "How and Why," a half-hour comedy pilot from Charlie Kaufman.

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    Netflix Partners with Weinsteins on New Original Series, Heads for Sundance with Docs in Mind (TRAILERS)

    Netflix not only partnered with the Weinstein Co. for their Golden Globe after party but on several new TV series as well. Ted Sarandos has always been close to the indie film community. In fact, he picked up Oscar doc contender "The Square" and plans to make it available for streaming on January 17...

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    Netflix Orders Marco Polo Series From Weinstein Company and Directors of 'Kon-Tiki'

    Netflix is going epic and historical -- the streaming service has ordered a series based on the adventures of explorer and trader Marco Polo in the midst of a war in 13th century China.

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    Michael Cera & John Hawkes To Star In Charlie Kaufman's FX Pilot 'How And Why'

    It has been six years since we've had anything on any screen from the mind of Charlie Kaufman. It was 2008 when he delivered "Synecdoche, New York" and since then, while the promise of this Hollywood satire/musical "Frank Or Francis" has been teased, it has yet to find the momentum or money/support ...

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    FX Orders a Comedy Pilot That's Probably Like 'Louie,' But With Zach Galifianakis

    Or at least that's what we're hoping.

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    Watch: First Full Trailer For AMC's 'Turn' Starring Jamie Bell, Pilot Directed By Rupert Wyatt

    Though he declined to helm the follow-up to his hugely successful “Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes,” Rupert Wyatt hasn’t been exactly resting his laurels, instead opting to help launch AMC’s newest series, “Turn.” While a brief teaser surfaced last month, the week brings a full-length trailer for the...

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    HBO Planning Sequel To 'The Normal Heart' & Inks Deal With Darren Aronofsky

    This time last year we were all writing articles about the impending death of cinema at the hands of TV, with modern masters like Steven Soderbergh running off to HBO and the like to make “adventurous” work like “Behind the Candelabra” (which did well at the Golden Globes last night) that film produ...

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    'Girls' Vol. 2 Soundtrack Features Vampire Weekend, Jenny Lewis, Cat Power & More

    For all its divisiveness and controversy, it’s easy to forget how well-made “Girls” is and what a wonderful job the creative team does in curating music for the show. It’s a show that can go from using a piece of unabashed pop like Icona Pop’s “I Love It” last season to using a Kurt Vile track for i...

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