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  1. TNT Eyeing 'The Librarian' TV Series

    3:47 pm 2/20/2014

    Noah Wyle would appear on both "Falling Skies" and "The Librarians" should the latter move forward.Read more

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  2. Elisabeth Rohm Books Lead in TNT's 'Guilt by Association' Pilot

    3:45 pm 2/14/2014

    The "American Hustle" actress and "Client List" alum will play a LAPD detective in the cable net's adaptation of the Marcia Clark book. Read more

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  3. 'Gossip Girl' Actor Cast as President in Sharon Stone's TNT Pilot

    5:45 pm 2/4/2014

    John Shea has booked the role of President Eckhart, co-starring opposite Stone and Mike Colter.Read more

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  4. The Black List Moves Into TV With TNT and TBS Diversity Program

    11:16 am 2/3/2014

    The Turner networks are joining forces with the famous screenplay repository for its first expansion into episodic content. Read more

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  5. 'Franklin & Bash' Adds New Series Regular for Season 4

    1:26 pm 1/30/2014

    Toni Trucks has joined the Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer legal series.Read more

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  6. Sharon Stone to Star in TNT Drama 'Agent X'

    11:11 am 1/24/2014

    UPDATED: The Emmy and Golden Globe winner will star in the pilot from "The Bourne Identity's" William Blake Herron.Read more

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  7. 'Transporter the Series' Lands at TNT

    11:49 am 1/23/2014

    The international drama, originally ordered at Cinemax in 2011, will debut on the Turner network in fall 2014. Read more

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  8. TNT's 'Murder in the First' Adds 'Revolution' Alum (Exclusive)

    5:34 pm 1/22/2014

    Nicole Ari Parker has boarded the cast of the drama starring Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson.Read more

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  9. 'Parenthood' Actress Joins TNT's Ed Burns Drama

    12:00 pm 1/16/2014

    Lyndon Smith has boarded the cast of "Public Morals," co-starring Michael Rapaport.Read more

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  10. TNT Nabs Rights to 'Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'

    9:43 am 12/23/2013

    Peter Jackson's sequel will debut in 2016 on the cable network, which also has rights to the director's first "Hobbit" movie.Read more

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