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    Watch: David Letterman Announces Retirement on CBS

    Reports are surfacing that the long-time host of "The Late Show" plans to announce his retirement tonight on CBS.

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    'Veep' Season 3 Review: Selena Meyer Is Back and More Politically Incorrect Than Ever

    America needs Vice President Selena Meyer. As played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, she's the flustered, flitting quipper-snapper of the West Wing, and the acridly hilarious center of HBO's "Veep," back on HBO April 6. And while she sincerely believes that the political universe revolves around her and onl...

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    Things I Learned at the 'Mad Men' Season Seven Premiere, Review Roundup: "The beginning of the end" (TRAILER)

    My favorite moment at the "Mad Men" Season Seven premiere: when AMC president Charles Collier asked the sprawling ensemble to rise from their seats at Hollywood's Arclight Theatre, Jon Hamm (Don Draper) and Kevin Rahm (Ted Chaough) caught sight of each other standing in the same row and waved. The E...

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    Toni Braxton to Star as '20 Feet From Stardom' Subject Darlene Love in OWN Biopic

    It's been quite a journey for Darlene Love, the exceptionally talented vocalist who was recently one of the subjects in the Oscar-winning documentary "Twenty Feet from Stardom."

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    The 5 Best Filmmaking Moments on 'Game of Thrones'

    Praise for the cinematic splendor of the blockbuster HBO show “Game of Thrones” is a dime a dozen these days, yet many of the program’s admirers would rather talk about plot, theme and characterization than the techniques its directors use to depict their world on screen.

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    Why this Fan's Ending to 'How I Met Your Mother' Is the Right Way to End the Series

    We all let out a collective groan Monday night when "How I Met Your Mother" wrapped in a frustrating fashion. One fan did something to fix it.

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    'Veep' Star Tim Simons on Why Jonah is a Perect Human Being, How He Unifies the Characters, and What to Expect in Season Three

    Tim Simons, who currently plays White House Aid Jonah on HBO's Emmy-winning comedy "Veep," may be playing a pitiable buffoon at the bottom of the political food chain, but the comedic actor has a lot to say about the goings-on in the world of D.C. and the inspiration of the show's comedic brilliance...

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    Steve Buscemi Partners With AOL on Original Docuseries 'Park Bench'

    "Boardwalk Empire" star Steve Buscemi is partnering with AOL on "Park Bench," an original docuseries about New Yorkers.

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    Exclusive: Watch the Sixth Episode of 'The Red Road' Animated Companion Web Series 'So It Begins'

    In the sixth installment of SundaceTV's companion web series to its original drama "The Red Road," Aaron Guzikowski talks us through the "Snaring of the Sun."

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    15 Women-Driven Web Series That Could Be the Next 'Broad City'

    With "Broad City" wrapping up its season, here's a look at 15 web series with the potential to be just as big.

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