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  1. Ken Jennings Pays Tribute to 'Jeopardy!' and Reveals His 'Post-Trebek Stress Disorder' (Guest Column)

    9:00 am 5/14/2014

    As the game show marks its 50th year, the 74-time champ weighs in on why it's still successful and reveals his "weirdly personal" relationship with the show — even before he was a contestant.Read more

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  2. NBC Upfront: 'Blacklist' Push, Late-Night Dominance and 4 More Takeaways

    12:27 pm 5/12/2014

    Bob Greenblatt takes the stage in New York with new programming, but sports and the "event-izing" of everything drives the conversation. Read more

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  3. TV Upfronts: THR Live-Blogs NBC's Presentation

    7:57 am 5/12/2014

    Get minute-by-minute updates from our staff inside the Javits Center as network chief Bob Greenblatt sells the fall season to advertisers. Read more

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  4. TV Upfronts: 4 Major Questions Facing the Networks for 2014-15

    5:00 am 5/12/2014

    Can "American Idol" be saved? Will NBC repeat its "Sound of Music" success? THR probes the make-or-break issues of the fall season.Read more

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  5. NBC's $7.7 Billion Olympics Deal: Did the Network Overpay or Get a Steal?

    5:00 am 5/12/2014

    The network's preemptive bid, locking up exclusive rights for the Games through 2032, underscores their significance to NBCUniversal's long-term growth strategy.Read more

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  6. TV Upfronts Preview: Small Ad Gains, Big Pressure

    12:00 pm 5/11/2014

    NBC desperately seeks comedy, Fox hopes to fix "Idol" fatigue, CBS reboots "NCIS" and "CSI," and ABC leans on Shonda Rhimes (again) as the $9 billion ad scramble hits New York.Read more

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  7. NBC Fall Schedule: Thursday Comedy Block Disappears, 'Blacklist' Moves, Final Seasons Confirmed

    9:30 am 5/11/2014

    The network is phasing sitcoms off of the storied night, as its breakout drama shifts there at midseason, the final run of "Parks and Recreation" remains unscheduled, and Katherine Heigl starrer "State of Affairs" and David Caspe comedy "Marry Me" get the biggest launchpads.Read more

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  8. It's Official: 'Parks and Recreation' to End With Season 7

    9:30 am 5/11/2014

    The Amy Poehler comedy ranks as the longest-running comedy currently on NBC and was left off the network's fall schedule for a likely midseason return.Read more

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  9. NBC Renews 'Parenthood' for Sixth and Final Season

    12:56 pm 5/10/2014

    The Jason Katims family drama will return for an abbreviated run after coming to terms with its ensemble cast.Read more

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  10. NBC Cancels 'Dracula' After One Season

    12:23 pm 5/10/2014

    The drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers will not be back for a second run.Read more

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