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    REVIEW: HBO's 'The Normal Heart' Is an Overdramatic Mess and a Missed Opportunity

    Kramer's perspective is such a unique and authentic one that felt so passionate and necessary on stage. Which is part of the reason why it's so unfortunate that after years and years of trying to get "The Normal Heart" made into a film, it was handled as poorly as it was by essentially all involved,...

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    WATCH: Andy Samberg Brings Happy Last Hurrah to SNL's 39th Season

    SNL's always-game, beloved former cast member Andy Samberg returned to the show for its 39th season finale. He attempted to beat Bill Hader’s impression record by rapidly hitting 24 impressions in a row during his monologue. They were so-so, but Samberg's bushy-tailed confidence kept it entertaining...

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    Top 5 Fall TV Trailers: We Already Know What To Watch

    Upfronts are over and the fall season is months away, but we already know what you should be watching. How? Trailers.

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    'Orange is the New Black' Stars on What's in Store for Season 2, What They Binge Watch, and What Would Land Them in Prison

    Last night the stars of "Orange is the New Black" answered some of our digging questions on the red carper before the premiere of season 2. Here's what they had to say.

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    SNL's 5 Best Digital Shorts, er, Pre-Recorded Sketches of the Season

    While they're not technically digital shorts anymore since Andy Samberg isn't involved, some of "SNL's" best bits came about thanks to this Saturday's host and his push for innovation.

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    Why Do So Many TV Shows Air on Sundays?

    From the creator of "Masters of Sex" comes WGN's second original scripted series about the creation of the atomic bomb in the early 1940s.

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    Get a Sneak Peek At Fall's Most Promising Shows from ABC & CBS Upfronts

    ABC and CBS announced their fall schedules this week with a few sly maneuvers and fewer promising shows.

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    Amazon Jumps into Children's Programming with Three Original Series Premiering This Summer

    Taking advantage of their extra time (but not keeping them from going outside), Amazon will be releasing one new program a month aimed to entertain and help educate children throughout the summer.

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    The Orchard and PBS's Independent Lens Make Deal for Distribution of Slamdance Documentary 'Little Hope Was Arson'

    Acclaimed at the Slamdance Festival, documentary "Little Hope was Arson" will air on PBS's weekly series Independent Lens as well as receive a theatrical treatment from distributor The Orchard in the U.S. and Canada for media other than linear broadcast. This makes "Little Hope was Arson" the only S...

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    'Saturday Night Live's' Worst Celebrity Hosts and Their Worst Sketches This Season

    They can't all be good. We've ranked the worst celebrity hosts of the year as well as the sketches that just did not come together.

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