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  1. Emmys 2011: 10 By the Numbers Facts From the Awards

    1:33 pm 9/19/2011

    THR gives a numerical look back at this year's ceremony.Read more

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  2. Emmys 2011: 'Downton Abbey' Lands in Guinness Book of World Records

    12:49 pm 9/14/2011

    The PBS show, which is nominated for 11 Emmys, ousted "Mad Men," "Sons of Anarchy" and "Modern Family" to take the record. Read more

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  3. Millenium Media Services Bringing PBS Fare to Target Shoppers (Exclusive)

    3:22 pm 9/9/2011

    Series like Downton Abbey, NOVA and Frontline will be offered at the big box retailer.Read more

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  4. 9/11 Anniversary: What the TV Networks Are Planning

    5:00 am 8/26/2011

    A network-by-network rundown of the retrospectives, specials and live coverage planned in connection with the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Read more

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  5. Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie Will Not Marry in New York City

    1:44 pm 8/11/2011

    Despite a petition to see the puppets tie the knot, Sesame Workshop maintains that the duo are “best friends” and “do not have a sexual orientation.”Read more

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  6. 10 Post TCA Broadcast Buzz Shows

    4:34 pm 8/10/2011

    From Zooey Deschanel's "New Girl" to Steven Spielberg's "Terra Nova," THR's chief TV critic Tim Goodman breaks down the new series and specials that had critics talking at the summer press tour.Read more

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  7. Steve McPherson's Presence Felt at TCA

    3:56 pm 8/10/2011

    The former ABC topper, who abruptly left the network before last summer’s TCA press tour, gets a shoutout from Marc Cherry and appears in PBS’ “America in Primetime.”Read more

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  8. British Police Drama 'George Gently' Coming to The U.S.

    3:18 pm 8/4/2011

    Previous U.K. imports from Company Pictures include "Skins" and "Shameless." Read more

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  9. Sherlock: TV Review

    9:46 pm 10/21/2010

    In “Sherlock,” the BBC’s inventive contemporary makeover of crime fiction’s most iconic detective duo, Martin Freeman’s John Watson is introduced as a brooding war veteran returning injured from Afghanistan and possibly suffering from PTSD, while Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes is first seen diligently flogging a corpse with a riding crop to measure the time it takes for bruises to appear.Read more

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