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  1. 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Books Nick Cannon

    10:44 am 10/14/2014

    He'll recur on the Fox comedy as Holt's nephewRead more

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  2. 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine's' Andre Braugher on Season 2, His New Nemesis and Trying Not to Crack Up

    12:30 pm 9/27/2014

    "Obviously, Andy's gotten funnier," he jokes of Fox's sophomore comedyRead more

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  3. Emmys: Who Will Win, Who Should Win

    8:00 am 8/18/2014

    THR awards analyst Scott Feinberg calls the victors, while chief TV critic Tim Goodman decrees who's worthyRead more

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  4. Hollywood Animal Lovers Pose With Their Adorable Adopted Pets

    8:00 am 8/1/2014

    "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn and Jada Pinkett Smith are among the famous faces to show off their best (furry) friends.Read more

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  5. 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Stars on Why They Adopted Their Dogs

    4:12 pm 7/29/2014

    Stephanie Beatriz, Chelsea Peretti and Melissa Fumero on what they have learned from their rescue dogs. "When you have a pet, they are the greatest teachers of unconditional love," says Fumero. Read more

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  6. Terry Crews Reveals 5 Tips for Other Athletes Aiming to Break in to Hollywood

    8:00 am 7/17/2014

    In THR's annual Sports Issue, the former NFL defensive end — and new host of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and star of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and the "Expendables" franchise — shares his hard-earned wisdom, from learning to be humble to leaving the rage behind.Read more

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  7. Emmys: Patton Oswalt, 'Scandal's' Dan Bucatinsky Reveal the Secrets of Mastering Their Roles

    9:30 am 6/13/2014

    From pop-in roles that become full-time jobs to long arcs that end in a beloved character's death, these 13 guest-star contenders left lasting impressions — no matter how many minutes they were onscreen.Read more

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  8. 'Parks and Recreation' Producer Inks Overall Deal at Universal TV

    2:30 pm 6/12/2014

    As part of the two-year pact, Matt Murray will remain part of the NBC comedy before transitioning to creator Mike Schur's other series, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," as co-EP.Read more

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