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  1. Carlton Cuse, Matthew Weiner and More Celebrate at THR's Power Showrunners Luncheon

    12:02 pm 10/10/2014

    Writer and producer Carlton Cuse hosts a Q&A with writer and Emmy-winner David MilchRead more

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  2. Carlton Cuse Inks Overall Deal With A+E Studios

    10:08 am 10/10/2014

    A three-year pact for the man behind A&E's 'Bates Motel' and 'The Returned'Read more

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  3. THR's Power Showrunners 2014 Luncheon: David Milch Talks Pimping, His Latest Project

    1:13 am 10/9/2014

    The prolific creator conversed with 'Bates Motel' and 'The Strain' showrunner Carlton CuseRead more

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  4. 'Walking Dead's' Sarah Wayne Callies to Co-Star in USA's Carlton Cuse Drama

    11:30 am 10/6/2014

    Opposite 'Lost's' Josh Holloway Read more

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  5. Carlton Cuse, Jenni Konner and Beau Willimon Headline New York TV Fest Lineup

    3:49 pm 10/1/2014

    The fest's 10th year runs Oct. 20-25Read more

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  6. 'Lost's' Josh Holloway Reunites With Carlton Cuse to Star in USA's 'Colony'

    11:30 am 9/26/2014

    It's their first reunion since ABC's island-set dramaRead more

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  7. This 'Lost' Ending Aims to Satisfy the Audience (and It Also Includes Musical Numbers)

    2:15 pm 9/25/2014

    'Lost the Musical' creators Steven Brandon and Steven Christopher Parker patch up the series' divisive finale with theatergoers' inputRead more

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  8. FX's 'The Strain' Renewed for Second Season

    2:58 pm 8/14/2014

    The vampire drama from Carlton Cuse and Guillermo del Toro will be back in 2015Read more

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  9. Carlton Cuse Alien Drama Gets Pilot Green Light at USA Network

    9:54 am 7/28/2014

    "Colony" becomes the "Lost" alum's fifth project, joining Amazon pilot "Point of Honor" and series "Bates Motel," "The Strain" and "The Returned."Read more

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  10. FX's 'The Strain' Dismantles Notion of Sexy Vampires

    4:07 pm 7/11/2014

    "They are not dudes with romantic problems. These are scary, dangerous, abhorrent creatures," showrunner Carlton Cuse tells THR of his new FX horror thriller.Read more

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