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  1. Bill Lawrence Renews Warner Bros. TV Deal

    10:08 am 5/19/2015

    The four-year deal will keep the prolific producer behind 'Undateable' and 'Rush Hour' at the studio.Read more

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  2. 23 Top Showrunners on How They'd End 'Mad Men,' Utilize Cookie Lyon and Revive their Favorite Characters

    8:00 am 5/14/2015

    The brains behind TV's biggest shows tackle Hollywood's hot-button topics with funny, revealing and sometimes prickly observations about life behind the camera.Read more

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  3. 'Cougar Town' Postmortem: Bill Lawrence on Saying Goodbye to the Cul-de-Sac Crew

    8:00 pm 3/31/2015

    "It's not like 'Friends.' There's no end to 'Cougar Town,' where it's time for people to grow up and get new jobs and have babies," Lawrence tells THR.Read more

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  4. CBS' 'Rush Hour' Reboot Casts Lead

    7:30 pm 3/13/2015

    Justin Hires will play Carter, the role originated by Chris Tucker in the films.Read more

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  5. It's Official: TBS' 'Ground Floor' Canceled

    7:21 pm 2/13/2015

    The Skylar Austin comedy from Bill Lawrence will not be back for a third season.Read more

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  6. WGA Awards: Steve Carell, Patricia Arquette, Patrick Stewart Among West Coast Presenters

    12:49 pm 2/10/2015

    Bob Saget, Scott Foley, Adam Scott and James Corden will also hand out trophies at the L.A. ceremony.Read more

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  7. 'Rush Hour' Remake, Greg Garcia's 'Super Clyde' Re-Do Among CBS Pilot Pickups

    8:00 pm 1/26/2015

    The network also has greenlit comedy 'Joe Time' from Bill Wrubel.Read more

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  8. CBS Adds Drama Pilot From 'Grey's Anatomy' Duo, Comedy Starring Tommy Johnagin

    5:15 pm 1/21/2015

    Bringing its dramas and comedies to three apiece. Read more

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  9. ABC Prepping Ali Wentworth Comedy From Bill Lawrence (Exclusive)

    10:00 am 11/6/2014

    Based on her family, including husband and ABC News' George StephanopoulosRead 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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