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JUL
22
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Ken Burns Does Not 'Out' Eleanor Roosevelt in New PBS Series

Ken Burns Does Not 'Out' Eleanor Roosevelt in New PBS Series

Ken Burns' latest PBS opus, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, runs a whopping 14 hours and aims to cover previously unexplored areas in the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. One thing it will not do is make any definitive statements on the long-speculated sexuality of the longest-serving First Lady in U.S. history.

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JUL
22
2 HRS

USA's 'Dig' Moves From Israel to Albuquerque Amid Gaza Strip Conflict

USA's 'Dig' Moves From Israel to Albuquerque Amid Gaza Strip Conflict

Amid escalating rocket attacks for over two weeks towards Israel, filming of USA Network’s upcoming Dig is relocating to New Mexico.

The six episode event series from Tim Kring and Gideon Raff already shot the Jerusalem plot centered pilot in the holy land and was scheduled to resume filming last week, following a hiatus. However, security tensions which saw the Israeli Defense Forces launch Operation Protective Edge on July 8 stalled production, which is now headed states side.

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JUL
22
2 HRS

Comic-Con: 12 Events Not to Miss

Comic-Con: 12 Events Not to Miss

This story first appeared in the Aug. 1 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

THURSDAY, JULY 24

FILM
THE GIVER: With no Hunger Games or Divergent panels this year, this will be the only real fix for YA fans. (1:30 p.m., Hall H)

TV
COMMUNITY: Dan Harmon's nerdy engine that could will celebrate its Yahoo revival. (2:15 p.m., Ballroom 20)

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JUL
22
2 HRS

PBS Chief Paula Kerger Talks 'Sherlock,' Streaming and Cable's Exit From Education

PBS Chief Paula Kerger Talks 'Sherlock,' Streaming and Cable's Exit From Education

With Downton Abbey, Sherlock and few other scripted successes currently on its roster, PBS is certainly part of the "golden age of television" that seems to have been touted more than ever during this summer's Television Critics Association press tour. But one thing that might not be quite as golden on the TV landscape, says chief Paula Kerger, is the kind of nonfiction programming filling the dial.

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JUL
22
3 HRS

TLC (Finally) Embraces 'Tender Loving Care' in Brand Refresh (Exclusive)

TLC (Finally) Embraces 'Tender Loving Care' in Brand Refresh (Exclusive)

TLC is (finally) giving itself a little tender loving care.

The cable network home to Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, 19 Kids and Counting and Buying Naked is set to unveil a new brand campaign and introduce its first tagline in more than five years, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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JUL
22
3 HRS

'Fox & Friends' Challenges Validity of 'Lucy' Brain Use: 'Of Course It's Not True' (Video)

'Fox & Friends' Challenges Validity of 'Lucy' Brain Use: 'Of Course It's Not True' (Video)

Fox & Friends attempted to set the record straight about human brain use, ahead of the release of Luc Besson's sci-fi thriller, Lucy.

The Friday release stars Scarlett Johansson as a mob's mule who inadvertently ingests a drug she was carrying in her stomach, which allow her to use more of her brain power than any other human in this futuristic world. She gains special abilities: eyes that change color, the sudden ability to write Chinese, superhuman strength and unlimited intelligence.

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JUL
22
4 HRS

TV Ratings: 'The Leftovers' Audience Climbing to 8 Million Viewers

TV Ratings: 'The Leftovers' Audience Climbing to 8 Million Viewers

Good news for The Leftovers: Four weeks into its first season, the HBO drama is finding a stable audience — and quite a bit of growth across platforms.

Sunday's outing for the drama fetched 1.6 million viewers, its most-watched original telecast since the June 29 premiere. Though that number is certainly modest compared to many HBO dramas, including lead-in True Blood, it's not even a quarter of how many viewers The Leftovers is finding over the course of a week.

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JUL
22
4 HRS

Comic-Con: 'Gotham' EP on Gordon's Origin Story and Lessons From Other Genre Shows

Comic-Con: 'Gotham' EP on Gordon's Origin Story and Lessons From Other Genre Shows

A version of this story first appeared in the Aug. 1 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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JUL
22
5 HRS

'Young and the Restless' ' Craig Bierko Boards Lifetime's 'Un-Real'

'Young and the Restless' ' Craig Bierko Boards Lifetime's 'Un-Real'

Lifetime's Un-Real has enlisted a new leading man.

Damages' Craig Bierko has joined the drama from executive producer Marti Noxon, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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JUL
22
5 HRS

Fox's 'Red Band Society' Adds EP Rina Mimoun (Exclusive)

Fox's 'Red Band Society' Adds EP Rina Mimoun (Exclusive)

Fox's freshman series Red Band Society is adding some muscle to the writers' room.

The hospital drama has enlisted Mistresses writer and executive producer Rina Mimoun, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Mimoun will serve in the same capacity and work alongside series creator Margaret Nagle

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JUL
22
5 HRS

'Community's' Ken Jeong to Star in MTV Comedy Pilot (Exclusive)

'Community's' Ken Jeong to Star in MTV Comedy Pilot (Exclusive)

Community's Ken Jeong is going on a ride with MTV.

The Hangover star has landed a leading role in the youth-skewing cable network's coming-of-age comedy pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has learned, with the project now titled Ken Jeong Made Me Do It.

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JUL
22
6 HRS

TV Ratings: 'MasterChef' Hits Season High

TV Ratings: 'MasterChef' Hits Season High

Fox took the night among adults 18-49 on Monday, thanks to a season high for MasterChef. The culinary competition jumped 17 percent (three-tenths of a point) from last week to a 2.1 rating in the key demo.

That led in to the return of Gordon Ramsay sister series Hotel Hell (1.5 adults), which saw its last premiere nearly two years ago. In that time the show shed four-tenths of a point from its series debut.

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JUL
22
6 HRS

Ed Helms, Hilary Swank, Ed Harris to Star in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's TV Drama 'One Percent'

Ed Helms, Hilary Swank, Ed Harris to Star in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's TV Drama 'One Percent'

Ed Helms is prepping his return to the small screen.

The Office alum is in final negotiations to star in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's TV drama One Percent, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Ed Harris and Hilary Swank are also both near deals to join the project. Studio Media Rights Capital will take the drama out to buyers for premium cable, basic cable and streaming in early August.

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JUL
22
6 HRS

Rachel McAdams Cringes While Watching Her 'Notebook' Audition Tape (Video)

Rachel McAdams Cringes While Watching Her 'Notebook' Audition Tape (Video)

Rachel McAdams hit Today on Tuesday morning to chat about A Most Wanted Man, the spy thriller based on John le Carre's book and co-starring Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright and Daniel Bruhl, as well as Philip Seymour Hoffman in his last completed film.

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