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  1. Oscar de la Renta Remembered by Charlie Rose, Jenna Bush Hager on Morning Shows

    10:23 am 10/21/2014

    "I put my arm in his arm, and I got to walk through his showroom with Oscar de la Renta"Read more

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  2. 'Gotham,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' Most Watched New Shows on Canadian TV

    2:24 pm 10/17/2014

    The breakout hits mean CTV has Canada's top five rated shows so far this fallRead more

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  3. 25 Things You Learn Writing About 'Scandal' Creator Shonda Rhimes

    9:30 am 10/16/2014

    The showrunner's favorite scenes, her daily routine and what she really thinks about the New York Times writer who called her "an angry black woman"Read more

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  4. 'Nashville' Guest Star Laura Benanti Talks Sadie's "Shady" Past

    6:58 pm 10/15/2014

    Now working on one of her favorite shows, the Tony-winning actress dished on her other TV obsessionsRead more

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  5. MIPCOM: Disney's Anne Sweeney Touts Value of Linear TV Channels

    4:06 am 10/14/2014

    "If not now, when?" she said about her plans to pursue directing and vowed to leave the Disney TV unit in "spectacular shape"Read more

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  6. MIPCOM: Shonda Rhimes' 'How to Get Away With Murder' Goes Global

    12:17 am 10/13/2014

    Disney sells the ABC drama to 158 international territoriesRead more

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  7. Netflix's 'Daredevil': See the First Photo of the Man Without Fear

    3:44 pm 10/11/2014

    Charlie Cox plays blind lawyer Matthew MurdockRead more

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  8. ABC's 'How to Get Away With Murder,' 'Black-Ish' Get Full-Season Orders

    4:30 pm 10/9/2014

    The Shonda Rhimes-produced drama is TV's top series debut of the new season, while the Anthony Anderson comedy is No. 2Read more

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  9. 'Star Wars Rebels' Lands Primetime Telecast on ABC

    9:00 am 10/9/2014

    The one-hour 'Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion' gets a special Oct. 26 airdateRead more

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  10. TV Agents Smackdown: Four Top Sharks on "Destructive" Network Execs, Clients They'd Poach and What a Hit Showrunner Can Earn

    9:00 am 10/9/2014

    In a candid conversation, CAA's Adam Berkowitz, ICM Partners' Ted Chervin, WME's Ari Greenburg and UTA's Matt Rice discuss what they'd change about the development process, why they don't care how many people are watching shows on Netflix or Amazon, and how clients perceive broadcast vs. cable: "You’re not going to make $100 million from a cable show, though you can make $50 million"Read more

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