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    The 20 Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2014

    Somehow, we're still getting think pieces on whether or not the movies are superior from TV, presumably from writers who haven't yet worked out that you're allowed to watch both. Ultimately, the movies can scratch itches that TV can't, and vice versa, and the two mediums can quite happily co-exist, ...

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    TV Shows From Steven Soderbergh & M. Night Shyamalan Continue Casting Up & 'Wizard Of Oz' Becomes Medical Drama

    This past May saw the news of Steven Soderbergh’s first directing gig since his self-imposed hiatus from the cinematic world, the ten-episode Cinemax series “The Knick.” With production beginning next month, Deadline is reporting that the Clive Owen-starring series has added four new castmembers: An...

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    Rob Lowe Will Literally Play JFK In Ridley Scott-Produced 'Killing Kennedy' & More

    Oscar winner Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”) is heading back to television to co-star with Matt Dillion in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Wayward Pines.” Fox is putting together the event series based on Blake Crouch’s novel "Pines" and hopes to have it out by fall 2014. Described as a "Twin Peaks"-esque show (h...

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    M. Night Shyamalan Producing 'Twin Peaks'-Esque Miniseries 'Wayward Pines' For Fox

    We’ve recently had (sadly false) rumors of a “Twin Peaks” return, and Netflix’s “Hemlock Grove” (trailer here) looks like it has a very "Twin Peaks"-y vibe to accompany those genre elements too, and now Fox has a show that's said to be “evocati...

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    M. Night Shyamalan Has a New Limited Series In Development at Fox, as Does Bruce McKenna

    M. Night Shyamalan is all about the small screen. Fox announced two new shows in development today and they're both large-scale limited series. The first, "Wayward Pines," is from FX Productions and Shyamalan, who in August announced his first scripted television venture at Syfy with "Proof," co-wri...

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