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NOV
24
43 MINS

It's Official: Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly to Co-Star in 'True Detective'

It's Official: Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly to Co-Star in 'True Detective'

HBO is officially firming up True Detective's second-season cast.

The network has confirmed Rachel McAdams as the female lead, as well as Black Box alum Kelly Reilly and Friday Night Lights' Taylor Kitsch in supporting roles.

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NOV
24
60 MINS

The Week in Satire: Jon Stewart and Bill Maher Tackle Bill Cosby Scandal

The Week in Satire: Jon Stewart and Bill Maher Tackle Bill Cosby Scandal

The holidays are coming, and with it awards season. Along with President Obama’s action on immigration and the Bill Cosby sexual abuse allegations, there was plenty to discuss last week in satire.

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NOV
24
1 hour

Michael Stahl-David to Star in TNT's Drug Trade Drama

Michael Stahl-David to Star in TNT's Drug Trade Drama

TNT's drug trade drama has cast its leading man.

Cloverfield's Michael Stahl-David has been tapped to star in the drama pilot from executive producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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NOV
24
3 HRS

Comedy Central Developing 'TripTank' Spinoff (Exclusive)

Comedy Central Developing 'TripTank' Spinoff (Exclusive)

Comedy Central is developing a spinoff from TripTank and teaming with duo Sean Donnelly and Alessandro Minoli for an animated/live-action hybrid comedy.

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NOV
24
3 HRS

'Constantine' to End Run With 13 Episodes

'Constantine' to End Run With 13 Episodes

NBC is clearing space for its midseason drama inventory.

The network has halted production on freshman DC Comics take Constantine after its initial 13-episode run, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The series from exec producer David Goyer and Warner Bros. Television remains in contention for a second season.

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NOV
24
4 HRS

NBC Developing Comedy '#Winning'

NBC Developing Comedy '#Winning'

NBC is looking to put some #Winning into its comedy brand.

The network is developing the comedy from longtime friends Ben McMillan, Meredith Philpott and Josh Greenbaum, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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NOV
24
4 HRS

TV Ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' Surges Against AMAs

TV Ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' Surges Against AMAs

One of football's biggest rivalries helped lift the latest outing of Sunday Night Football for NBC. The Cowboys' 11th-hour win over the Giants brought the series its highest overnight ratings in over a month.

In the key demo of adults 18-49, Sunday Night Football leaped from the previous week to a preliminary 7.1 rating, a number that is sure to climb with time zone adjustments and already a point ahead of last week's initial score.

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NOV
24
6 HRS

HBO Prepping Bombshell Scientology Film From Oscar Winner (Exclusive)

HBO Prepping Bombshell Scientology Film From Oscar Winner (Exclusive)

This story first appeared in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Amy Berg's sex abuse exposé An Open Secret isn't the only new documentary likely to ruffle feathers in Hollywood.

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NOV
24
8 HRS

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Ladies on Their "Boring" New Co-Star (Exclusive Video)

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Ladies on Their "Boring" New Co-Star (Exclusive Video)

Eileen Davidson is new to the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this season, but not everyone is making her feel at home.

In a bonus video clip exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter, Davidson's reality-show co-stars reveal what they really think about the Young and the Restless actress, and they don't exactly pull any punches.

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NOV
24
8 HRS

'Today' Firing: Jamie Horowitz Wanted Savannah Guthrie Out, Natalie Morales Demoted

'Today' Firing: Jamie Horowitz Wanted Savannah Guthrie Out, Natalie Morales Demoted

This story first appeared in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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NOV
24
8 HRS

TV Comedy's Sad Decline: 'A State of Emergency'

TV Comedy's Sad Decline: 'A State of Emergency'

This story first appeared in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

CBS' decision to call it quits on a struggling comedy came as little surprise. But word of the network canceling sophomore The Millers on Nov. 14 had many in the industry wondering if there had been a mistake: CBS meant low-rated newcomer The McCarthys, right?

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NOV
23
17 HRS

AMAs: One Direction Wins Artist of the Year

AMAs: One Direction Wins Artist of the Year

One Direction took home the biggest award of the night at Sunday's American Music Awards, winning the artist of the year trophy.

The honor was the boy band's third award of the night, also taking home awards for favorite pop/rock band, duo or group and favorite pop/rock album.

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NOV
23
17 HRS

AMAs: Taylor Swift Continues Anti-Streaming-Service Stance in Dick Clark Award Speech

AMAs: Taylor Swift Continues Anti-Streaming-Service Stance in Dick Clark Award Speech

Taylor Swift accepted the first-ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence at the American Music Awards Sunday night, receiving the trophy from Diana Ross and continuing her anti-streaming-service rhetoric in her acceptance speech.

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NOV
23
18 HRS

AMAs: 5 Seconds of Summer Wins New Artist of the Year

AMAs: 5 Seconds of Summer Wins New Artist of the Year

5 Seconds of Summer won the Kohl's-presented New Artist of the Year award at the 2014 American Music Awards.

The excited boy band seemed a bit at a loss for words at first with Michael Clifford saying, "This is the first time we've ever done this so this is awesome."

"This just shows that a little band from Sydney can do great things," Ashton Irwin added.

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