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  1. Comic-Con: 'Gotham,' 'The Flash' Pilots Dazzle in Hall H

    6:27 pm 7/26/2014

    The cast and producers of "Constantine" and "Arrow" also showed up for the largest gathering of panelists ever in the hall.Read more

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  2. 5 Urgent Questions for New Fox Chiefs Dana Walden and Gary Newman (Analysis)

    5:00 am 7/16/2014

    Who gains and loses power? Will the network buy from rival studios? The Fox TV Studio bosses take over the struggling network — and all the pressures and politics that come with it.Read more

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  3. Fox's 'Gotham' Trailer

    10:41 am 5/6/2014

    Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Jada Pinkett Smith and Sara Paxton star in Fox's new series about a Commissioner James Gordon's rise to prominence in Gotham City before Batman's arrival. The series is set to premiere this fall. Read more

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  4. David Madden Re-Ups as President of Fox Television Studios

    4:00 pm 4/9/2014

    The FTVS president has inked a new long-term deal to remain at the studio responsible for such shows as "The Americans" and "The Killing."Read more

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  5. Fox's 'Gang Related' Sneak Peek

    9:21 am 3/19/2014

    Ramon Rodriguez stars as a gang member sent to infiltrate the San Francisco Police Department in the network's new series. The season premiere is set for Tuesday, May 20 at 9/8C.Read more

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  6. Super Bowl: Disney Seeking Last-Minute Ad Buy

    6:00 am 1/22/2014

    Only three studios are shelling out a record $4 million per 30-second spot during the big gameRead more

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  7. Winter TV's Burning Questions: Leno Exit; 'Idol' Reboot; 'Modern Family' Slide

    5:00 am 1/9/2014

    NBC's "Voice"-less "Blacklist," CBS' Monday struggles and the ABC comedy's surprising woes are hot topics as the TCA's annual gathering begins in Pasadena starting Thursday.Read more

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  8. Why New Award Shows are Crowding TV's Calendar

    5:00 am 1/9/2014

    As demand for live events drives up costs ($500 million for the Oscars), broadcast and cable nets are locking in top shows, creating new ones and making (nearly) everyone a winner.Read more

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