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Winona Ryder, 'Walking Dead' Favorite Among Three Cast in David Simon's HBO Miniseries

Winona Ryder, 'Walking Dead' Favorite Among Three Cast in David Simon's HBO Miniseries

HBO's David Simon miniseries Show Me a Hero continues to add to its impressive cast.

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'American Horror Story': Premiere Date Set for 'Freak Show'

'American Horror Story': Premiere Date Set for 'Freak Show'

FX has set a premiere date for American Horror Story: Freak Show.

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Anderson Cooper Tops Cable News Ratings With Tuesday Ferguson Coverage

Anderson Cooper Tops Cable News Ratings With Tuesday Ferguson Coverage

Police in Ferguson, Missouri, may be keeping a lot of journalists from getting close to the ongoing protests — but that is not deterring viewers.

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'Nurse Jackie' Books Tony Shalhoub for Season 7

'Nurse Jackie' Books Tony Shalhoub for Season 7

Tony Shalhoub is returning to cable.

The Emmy-winning Monk alum has booked a recurring role on season seven of Showtime's Nurse Jackie, the cabler announced Wednesday.

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'Dovekeepers': 'Manhattan' Actress to Topline Mark Burnett-Roma Downey Mini

'Dovekeepers': 'Manhattan' Actress to Topline Mark Burnett-Roma Downey Mini

CBS' The Dovekeepers adaptation has cast its leading lady.

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'Suits' Boss Promises Season 4 Summer Finale Ends With a "Huge Punch"

'Suits' Boss Promises Season 4 Summer Finale Ends With a "Huge Punch"

Louis Litt's (Rick Hoffman) resignation from Pearson Specter will have major ramifications on Suits, which ends its summer run today. After saving the firm from the wrath of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Louis' fate was sealed after an unethical deal with billionaire Charles Forstman (Eric Roberts) threatened the firm's standing. Not surprisingly, Louis' sudden departure affects the rest of the major players on Suits for the rest of the season.

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Emmys: Looking at 'Mad Men's' Season 7A Submissions, Three Years After Its Last Win

Emmys: Looking at 'Mad Men's' Season 7A Submissions, Three Years After Its Last Win

One of the most awarded and acclaimed series in TV history, Mad Men goes into this year's primetime Emmy telecast on the heals of a two-year losing streak. The AMC and Lionsgate Television series, which won best drama four years in a row, was completely shut out in 2012 and 2013 — despite a slew of nominations.

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NBC's 'Working the Engels' Canceled

NBC's 'Working the Engels' Canceled

NBC's Working the Engels will not move forward.

The Canadian family comedy, starring Andrea Martin and Kacey Rohl, has been canceled after one season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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Showtime Renews 'Masters of Sex' and 'Ray Donovan' for Third Seasons

Showtime Renews 'Masters of Sex' and 'Ray Donovan' for Third Seasons

Just a few days before they're set for battle at the Emmys, Showtime dramas Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex have both been tapped for new seasons.

The network announced Wednesday that its summer block of Sunday sophomores will return in 2015 with 12 episodes each. Production on both will begin early next year.

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TV Ratings: 'Talent' and 'Weight Loss' Take Hits

TV Ratings: 'Talent' and 'Weight Loss' Take Hits

Is it fall yet? There wasn't much to speak of on the broadcast front on Tuesday night. America's Got Talent notched its regular victory — albeit off 10 percent from last week's episode.

The NBC series averaged a 1.9 rating with adults 18-49 following a steady episode of Food Fighters (1.1 adults).

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Emmys: Watch the Year's Best Moments From 'Tonight,' 'Daily Show,' 'Colbert Report'

Emmys: Watch the Year's Best Moments From 'Tonight,' 'Daily Show,' 'Colbert Report'

Last year's Emmy winner for variety series, Comedy Central's The Colbert Report, will be facing stiff competition.

Hot on its tail are NBC's newcomer The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central's 10-time winner The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, NBC's Saturday Night Live and HBO's 10-time nominee Real Time With Bill Maher.

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What 'Mad Men' Creator Matthew Weiner Took Home From the Set

Matthew Weiner has admittedly nabbed more than his fair share of souvenirs from the Mad Men set.

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'Halt and Catch Fire' Renewed at AMC

'Halt and Catch Fire' Renewed at AMC

AMC has renewed Halt and Catch Fire for a second season. The 1980s computer drama is scheduled to return next summer.

Halt and Catch Fire — starring Lee Pace and Scoot McNairy and created by Chris Cantwell and Chris Rogers, with Jonathan Lisco as showrunner — explores the personal computing boom.

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'Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' Stars on Finding Kimye's Home, Their "Boring" Co-Star

'Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' Stars on Finding Kimye's Home, Their "Boring" Co-Star

Bravo reality series Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is getting flipped (yes, that's a real-estate pun) on its head for the upcoming seventh season, which premieres on Wednesday, Aug. 20. Josh Altman and Josh Flagg are both returning, but this will be the first season without mainstay Madison Hildebrand, who has been on the show since its first season. Instead, British realtors James Harris and David Parnes are entering the fray.

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