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OCT
19
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Watch Jason Momoa's Frightening 'Game of Thrones' Audition Tape

Watch Jason Momoa's Frightening 'Game of Thrones' Audition Tape

It's no wonder that Jason Momoa was cast as Khal Drogo.

The actor appeared on the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones, and his initial audition tape for the show has just now gone viral. 

In the clip, Momoa doesn't say any lines from the show but instead breaks out into a haka, which is a battle cry or dance of the Maori people of New Zealand.

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OCT
19
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'Walking Dead's' Andrew J. West Talks Gareth's Appetite for Revenge

'Walking Dead's' Andrew J. West Talks Gareth's Appetite for Revenge

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 502, "Strangers," of AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic series it is based on.]

AMC's The Walking Dead remixed a major scene and introduced a key character from the comics Sunday during the second episode of its fifth season.

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OCT
19
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Watch Behind-the-Scenes Footage From 'Vanderpump Rules' Season 3 (Exclusive)

Watch Behind-the-Scenes Footage From 'Vanderpump Rules' Season 3 (Exclusive)

It's not easy to look as calm and collected as the Vanderpump Rules cast does at the start of each episode. 

A lot of effort went into creating the Bravo hit's new season-three opening title card, as seen in this rare behind-the-scenes look at the show's production. This video is exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter. 

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OCT
19
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5 Signs That You're Watching a Chuck Lorre Show

5 Signs That You're Watching a Chuck Lorre Show

There's no denying that Chuck Lorre is one extremely successful guy. 

The man behind a number of popular sitcoms, including Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Mike and Molly and Mom, clearly knows what he's doing when it comes to pinning down the building blocks for a hit series.

But does he have the formula down too well? Here are five surefire signs that you're watching one of his many, many shows.

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OCT
18
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'Mulaney's' Order Shaved at Fox

'Mulaney's' Order Shaved at Fox

Mulaney's season is being shaved.

Fox executives have cut the Lorne Michaels-produced comedy's 16-episode order to 13, though the network intends to keep the series on the air in an attempt to build its audience. It will remain in its regular Sunday night time period, where it currently follows Family Guy.

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OCT
18
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TV Ratings: 'The Amazing Race' Rises on Friday

TV Ratings: 'The Amazing Race' Rises on Friday

ABC notched another Friday win, with steady episodes of its entire block. That meant a night-winning outing for Shark Tank with a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49. Comedies Last Man Standing (1.3 adults) and Cristela (1.2 adults), airing its second episode, also held — as did 20/20 (1.1 adults).

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OCT
18
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'The Affair' Creator Sarah Treem on Dual Narrative

'The Affair' Creator Sarah Treem on Dual Narrative

"There's two sides to every story" is the mantra for Showtime’s latest play for prestige drama, The Affair.

The dual narrative explores the emotional and psychological effects of an extramarital relationship, splitting the episode into two perspectives — one male, one female.

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OCT
17
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Lifetime Cancels 'The Lottery' After One Season

Lifetime Cancels 'The Lottery' After One Season

Lifetime has closed the books on The Lottery.

The A+E Networks-owned cable network has opted not to renew the one-hour dystopian thriller from Children of Men's Timothy J. Sexton.

Debuting in July, The Lottery took place at a time when women stopped having children, with the human population staring down the barrel of impending extinction. It is discovered that 100 embryos were successfully fertilized and a national lottery is held to decide the surrogates.

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OCT
17
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TV Ratings: 'The Affair' Premiere Has Reached 2.5 Million Showtime Subscribers

TV Ratings: 'The Affair' Premiere Has Reached 2.5 Million Showtime Subscribers

Though it may have gotten a modest start in its inaugural Sunday showing — nobody said launching against The Walking Dead and Sunday Night Football would be easy — The Affair's audience has grown considerably with multiple platforms taken into account.

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OCT
17
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USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot' Adds Swedish Actor (Exclusive)

USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot' Adds Swedish Actor (Exclusive)

USA Network's hacker drama Mr. Robot is adding to its cast.

Swedish actor Martin Wallstrom will make his U.S. TV debut with a co-starring role in the pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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OCT
17
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'American Idol' Is Allowing Fans to Award a Golden Ticket to Hollywood

'American Idol' Is Allowing Fans to Award a Golden Ticket to Hollywood

For the first time ever, American Idol fans will have the chance to tell a hopeful "you’re going to Hollywood!"

Producers of the Fox singing series have added a new wrinkle, allowing viewers to have a say in which contestant will receive a coveted golden ticket to the show's Hollywood rounds, which begin the week of Oct. 25 (and air in the spring).

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OCT
17
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DirecTV Gives 'Kingdom' a Two-Season Renewal

DirecTV Gives 'Kingdom' a Two-Season Renewal

DirecTV has been very generous of late. Just a few months after handing out a two-season renewal to Rogue, its latest original, Kingdom, has gotten the same vote of confidence.

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OCT
17
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'Scandal' to Bring Paul Adelstein Back

'Scandal' to Bring Paul Adelstein Back

ABC's Scandal will bring back one of Shondaland's most beloved actors.

Private Practice alum Paul Adelstein will return to the #TGIT drama later this season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Adelstein recurred during season three as Leo Bergen, vice president Sally Langston's (Emmy nominee Kate Burton) smarmy campaign manager.

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OCT
17
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'Marley & Me' TV Sequel in the Works at NBC With Jenny Bicks

'Marley & Me' TV Sequel in the Works at NBC With Jenny Bicks

The season of adaptations continues.

NBC has handed out a hefty put-pilot commitment to a sequel to 2008 feature Marley & Me, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

From The Big C and Sex and the City alum Jenny Bicks, the single-camera comedy will pick up where the Fox 2000 Pictures/Regency Enterprises film — itself based on John Grogan's best-seller — left off.

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