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Rupert Murdoch to be inducted into TV hall of fame
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Rupert Murdoch, the most normal media mogul Malcolm Turnbull knows, is due to have a very normal day in Los Angeles on Tuesday when he lines up alongside Jay Leno and...
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Sydney Morning Herald
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TV's 'Dusk' delves deep into the horror
SAN ANTONIO — The first moments of “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” offers a horrifying taste of the monstrous riches to come. “Since time began,” a mysterious female voice says, “we have lived in...
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From Dusk Till Dawn
Isaiah Washington, Steve Carell, Jamie Dornan and...
It's time for a blast from the past. Of course, Washington isn't the first big star to reprise the TV role that made him famous, as actors such as Steve Carell and George Clooney have returned to...
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What’s So Funny About “True Detective” Parodies?
For such a thoroughgoing downer, “True Detective” has nonetheless moved both fans and detractors online to respond with humor. Something about it just makes us want to laugh. A tattoo on a murder...
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The New Yorker
The Christian Post
Bad is good in TV poll and best comedy is an old ...
The third season of Sherlock begins tonight on One. We like the current age of television drama but comedy just isn't what it used to be. An analysis of the almost 600 top-five selections made over...
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Bryan Cranston is 58: 10 reasons we love the Brea...
Bryan Cranston celebrates his 58th birthday today (March 7), and yes, he is looking ridiculously good on it. 1. Walter WhiteThank God for the wonderful fan-made video above, because selecting a...
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Malcolm in the Middle
Bryan Cranston is breaking good
So many things can go wrong in the kitchen. It’s like baking a soufflé: it can go flat and you have no idea why.” Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston reflects, “could not have been successful, but it became...
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Alamogordo Daily News
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J. Edgar Hoover
Freedom Chatter 4
This, the fourth and final chapter (thank the gods) in the apocryphal series, The Freedom Charter Files, is called: The Doss of Lenning and Cultcha Shall be Opeend! (Like that old American television...
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Congress of the People
Titus Welliver awaits verdict on 'Bosch' pilot
Harry Bosch, is one of two dramas being auditioned by Amazon for a full run. The other, from "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter, is the supernatural project "The After." The episodes have been...
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The Sacramento Bee
Kurtwood Smith: Resurrection
Kurtwood Smith stars on the new series ‘Resurrection' as a father whose son was presumed dead three decades earlier. 1.) Kurtwood is an American television and film actor. He is known for playing...
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That '70s Show
Truth is out there
Are we alone in the universe? The answer was obvious to me as a kid in the '90s, when my belief system was informed by both a Catholic upbringing and "The X-Files." "X-Files," in particular, presents...
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Aussie plan to dismantle Proteas comes unstuck
Aussie plan to dismantle Proteas comes unstuck Story Tools Related Items THE Protea Files yesterday became the X-files as Australia's much-talked about plan on how to dismantle the South Africans'...
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Prairie Village native puts face on death penalty...
For more than two decades Tom Goldstein proclaimed his innocence as he was shuttled from one California prison to another after a murder conviction. Inmates laughed and pointed out others around them...
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Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty
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Netflix Should Revive These 5 Cult Classic Televi...
ABC's hit drama Lost was named the 27th best written TV series of all time by the Writers Guild of America, squished between ER and The X-Files. Another show created by J.J. Abrams, along with...
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Writers Guild of America
Rachael Taylor turns tough in preview of NBC crim...
Rachael Taylor turns tough! Aussie actress plays FBI agent in sneak peek preview of her new NBC crime-busting hostage drama Crisis She's played a signals analyst in Transformers, a reformed thief in...
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
Bryan Singer Heads to Battle Creek
Bryan Singer Heads to Battle Creek A contemporary detective drama, "Battle Creek" is set for a full first season order. "House" creator David Shore will serve as showrunner, executive producing...
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Today in Entertainment History for March 3, 2014
... minutes ago by APToday in Entertainment History for March 3, 2014 On March 13th, 1947, "The Best Years Of Our Lives" was named best picture at the Oscars. Frederic March won the best actor award...
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On the Set of Chlo� Sevigny's New A&E Crime Thril...
On the Set of Chlo� Sevigny's New A&E Crime Thriller Those Who Kill "I'm terrified," says Chlo Sevigny between takes on the Pittsburgh set of her new thriller, Those Who Kill. She's not scared by the...
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Stuttgart Daily Leader
The Helena Daily World
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Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem ...
... fiercely brilliant homicide detective in the great city of Pittsburgh. Adapted by Glen Morgan ("The River," "The X-Files") "Those Who Kill" is based on a Danish program of the same name, and if...
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Those Who Kill
Do we need another gore fest?
Published: Monday, March 3, 2014, 1:00 a.m. Do we need another gore fest? A&E has become the place for series built around brooding and troubled souls, whether that soul resides in Norman and Norma...
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