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  1. Michael Bay Drama 'Last Ship' Gets Series Order at TNT

    11:45 am 5/7/2013

    "Grey's Anatomy" alum Eric Dane stars in the post-apocalyptic drama that will bow in 2014.Read more

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  2. 'Dallas' Burning Questions: Will Pamela and John Ross Last? Does Christopher's Mother Return? Who Shot J.R.?

    8:00 am 4/15/2013

    Julie Gonzalo and Patrick Duffy give THR the scoop on what’s to come in the TNT series’ season ender.Read more

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  3. TNT Sets Summer Schedule With 'Falling Skies' Return, Unscripted Premieres

    11:37 am 3/21/2013

    "72 Hours" and Dwayne Johnson's "The Hero" are among the reality launches for the cable network, which also has new drama in "King & Maxwell."Read more

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  4. Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson to Star in Steven Bochco's TNT Drama 'Murder in the First'

    5:35 pm 3/12/2013

    The "Private Practice" and "Boss" alums will co-star as homicide detectives in the murder mystery pilot.Read more

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  5. 'Dallas' Star Patrick Duffy on Learning Who Shot J.R.: 'My Jaw Dropped'

    8:00 am 3/11/2013

    "I never in my strangest imagination would have manipulated the facts to be that resolution," the actor tells THR.Read more

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  6. 'Dallas' at PaleyFest: 'Who Shot J.R.?' Will Be Resolved This Season

    5:42 pm 3/10/2013

    The cast and producers remembered their late co-star Larry Hagman at Sunday's event and revealed many upcoming teasers, including the return of several familiar faces.Read more

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  7. TNT, 'Southland' Producers Adapting 'Claire DeWitt' Book Series

    5:00 pm 3/4/2013

    Sara Gran, author of the detective novels, will pen the script, with John Wells executive producing.Read more

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  8. TNT Orders Air Ambulance Docu-Drama 'Life Flight'

    12:29 pm 3/1/2013

    The six-episode series will bow in early 2014 as the network continues to add unscripted offerings.Read more

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  9. Cable Execs Won't Duplicate 'House of Cards' Model, Still Want Water-Cooler TV

    4:18 pm 2/27/2013

    Speaking at the HRTS luncheon, A+E Networks' Nancy Dubuc, HBO's Michael Lombardo and Turner's Steve Koonin praise the bravery of Netflix but say their brands are committed to destination viewing such as "Game of Thrones" and "Hatfields & McCoys."Read more

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  10. Boston's Finest: TV Review

    9:00 am 2/26/2013

    Squeaky-clean Beantown cops rule in executive producer Donnie Wahlberg's engaging docuseries for TNT.Read more

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