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  1. Sony PlayStation's 'Powers' Original Series Launches March 10

    6:54 am 1/20/2015

    The first original live-action series for PlayStation Network will be available for members of Sony's PlayStation Plus service, but the first episode will be free for everyone at PlayStation.com/Powers.Read more

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  2. Sony TV Producing 'Donnie Brasco'-Inspired Gangster Series 'El Dandy'

    9:03 pm 1/19/2015

    Univision's Mexican partner Televisa is co-producing.Read more

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  3. Sony Pictures TV Shooting New Drama 'Anonima' in Colombia

    8:52 am 1/12/2015

    The series follows a single mother who becomes entangled in the criminal underworldRead more

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  4. ABC Readying Limited Series Based on Ken Follett's 'Fall of Giants' (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 12/9/2014

    Based on the best-selling 'Century Trilogy' and written by 'Chronicles of Narnia's' Ann PeacockRead more

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  5. International Channels Hook Up with NBC Newbie Comedy 'Marry Me'

    1:43 am 12/3/2014

    Sony Pictures Television has licensed the sitcom to 74 territories over six continentsRead more

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  6. Sony Pictures Television Acquires Australia's Playmaker Media

    4:14 pm 12/1/2014

    The company continues its growth in international scripted television production Read more

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  7. 'Queen Latifah Show' Canceled

    12:24 pm 11/21/2014

    The syndicated daytime talker will cease originals after MarchRead more

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  8. It's Official: Netflix Orders Stephen Daldry, Peter Morgan's Royal Drama 'The Crown'

    10:15 pm 11/12/2014

    The 10-episode series will debut in 2016Read more

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  9. 'The Blacklist' Finds Canadian Streaming Home With Shomi

    7:19 am 10/31/2014

    Netflix earlier inked a deal to stream the James Spader starrer statesideRead more

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  10. A&E Revives 'Unforgettable' for Fourth Season

    6:58 pm 10/29/2014

    After CBS canceled the Poppy Montgomery drama twice, the show will go on.Read more

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