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    Meet The Next Generation 'Fly Girls' For 'In Living Color' Reboot

    Meet The Next Generation 'Fly Girls' For 'In Living Color' Reboot

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    Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci Pitching Modern 'Sleepy Hollow' TV Show With Len Wiseman To Direct

    After their attempt at non-explosions filmmaking earlier this summer with "People Like Us" fizzled out, it looks like "Transformers" and "Star Trek" franchise writers/producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are going back to their bread and butter. Only this time, it&#...

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    Watch: Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld Waste Time, Charmingly, in 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'

    The premise of Jerry Seinfeld's new web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" really needs no further explanation -- as his first guest, his "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David says, "You have finally done a show about nothing."

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    Aaron Sorkin's 'The Newsroom' Gets A Writing Staff Shakeup

    It was little over a year ago that Aaron Sorkin was celebrating an honor that (arguably) represents the pinnacle of his craft – an Academy Award – but after airing just four episodes of his new show “The Newsroom” things are looking considerably less rosy. Sorkin hasn’t...

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    Amazon Prime Instant Adds 'Fringe' & 'West Wing' to Library for a Supernatural-FBI-Clinton-Administration Summer

    Fans of showrunner-creators Aaron Sorkin and J.J. Abrams will find this exciting: Amazon announces today a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. to add both "Fringe" and "The West Wing" to its Prime Instant Video library this summer. Both titles were previously unavailable.

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    'The Newsroom' Dumps Most of Its Non-Sorkin Writing Staff

    HBO has renewed "The Newsroom" for a second season, but that doesn't mean that everyone involved in the making of the divisive drama will be coming back. The Daily reports that Sorkin has laid off most if not all of his writing staff:

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    First Look At Common And Company In 'Hell On Wheels' Season 2 (Who's Been Watching?)

    One of those shows that hasn't been talked about very much around here it seems - AMC's post-Civil War drama series titled Hell On Wheels, one of several Civil War-themed projects (TV and film) either in development at various studios, or already on the air, which co-stars rapper-turned...

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    DIRECTV And Viacom Reach Agreement To Renew Carriage of Viacom’s Networks ASAP

    DIRECTV And Viacom Reach Agreement To Renew Carriage of Viacom’s Networks ASAP

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    'Saturday Night Live' Writer Tom Davis, Al Franken's Comedy Partner, Passes Away at Age 59

    Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian Tom Davis passed away today from throat and neck cancer in his home in Hudson, NY.

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    Fred Willard Fired From PBS's 'Market Warriors' Following Lewd Conduct Arrest

    Following his much punned-about arrest for lewd conduct in a Hollywood adult movie theater last night, 72-year-old comedic actor and Christopher Guest regular Fred Willard has been fired from his gig as the narrator of PBS's new show "Market Warriors."

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