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  1. Emmys: 'Mad Men' Star Reveals Why Matthew Weiner Is Going to Be "Pissed Off at Me"

    11:00 am 6/9/2015

    John Slattery and 15 other comedy, drama and miniseries acting contenders open up about the real-life pain, suffering and (sometimes) laughter that fed their favorite show moments and toughest scenes.Read more

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  2. Attention, Emmy Voters: Here are 5 Things That Would (Finally) Make Tim Goodman Happy

    10:00 am 6/8/2015

    THR's chief TV critic would like to gently remind the academy not to forget his favorite underhyped, overdeserving newcomers. Read more

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  3. ABC's 'Fresh Off the Boat': What the Critics Are Saying

    2:41 am 2/4/2015

    The fish-out-of-water series on ABC follows the young Eddie Huang and his family in 1995 as they move from Washington, D.C.'s Chinatown to suburban Orlando.Read more

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  4. 'Fresh Off the Boat' Producers: "We Tackle the Word 'Chink' in the Pilot"

    7:00 am 1/14/2015

    The ABC comedy, the first Asian-fronted network show in 20 years, aims to win favor with Q&As and screenings for Asian groups.Read more

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  5. 'The Interview': Watch Sony's Profanity-Filled, "Final" Red Band Trailer

    7:42 am 12/31/2014

    "This is a major event — I walk in there like a f—ing gangster and blow his little f—ing ass away, bam! In porno, we call this the money shot"Read more

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  6. 'The Interview': Sony Unveils New, Quieter Trailer With VOD Release

    12:30 pm 12/24/2014

    The mostly wordless YouTube upload offers a shift in tone in comparison to its previously-released clips and teasersRead more

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  7. 'The Interview': What the Critics Are Saying

    7:13 am 12/24/2014

    The controversial, hacker-targeted R-rated comedy stars Seth Rogen, James Franco, Lizzy Caplan and Randall ParkRead more

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  8. Randall Park and 'Veep's' Timothy Simons to Co-Star in Seth Rogen's 'The Interview'

    12:56 pm 10/8/2013

    The pair joins James Franco and Lizzy Caplan in Sony's comedy of errors set in North Korea.Read more

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