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  1. Canada's Bell Media To Offer Streaming TV for Cable Subscribers

    9:59 am 12/2/2014

    CraveTV, previously called Project Latte, is targeting Netflix, not cord-cuttersRead more

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  2. Sting Reflects on Life at 63, His Own Mortality and a "Possible Third Act"

    9:00 am 10/16/2014

    "What is it like to be an artist at 63, to go from here to the end, that mortality that's constantly moving toward you?" says the famed Police frontman, whose Broadway musical 'The Last Ship' is in previewsRead more

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  3. Summer TV Lesson No. 1: Big Stars Don't Guarantee Big Hits

    5:00 am 8/29/2014

    And two other big takeaways from the scripted landscapeRead more

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  4. BSkyB Takes 'The Flash,' Michael Bay's 'The Last Ship' for U.K.

    4:52 am 8/22/2014

    Sky has had success navigating the British ratings waters with such U.S. dramas as 'Arrow' and 'NCIS: Los Angeles'Read more

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  5. TNT Renews 'Last Ship,' 'Major Crimes' and 'Falling Skies' Final Season

    8:09 am 7/18/2014

    The three summer dramas will return for another run on the cable network, with "Falling Skies" saying goodbye with a fifth and final season.Read more

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  6. Eric Dane, Kathleen Robertson Board Canadian Miniseries 'The Fixer'

    4:01 pm 7/16/2014

    The four-hour action thriller comes from indie Muse Entertainment and will be shopped internationally by Sonar Entertainment. Read more

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  7. ‘The Last Ship’ Actress Marissa Neitling Signs With WME (Exclusive)

    12:44 pm 7/16/2014

    In addition to Michael Bay’s TNT drama, the Yale Drama graduate will next be seen in New Line’s “San Andreas.”Read more

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  8. China's Online Video Site Sohu to Screen 20 U.S. TV Shows, Including 'Conan' and 'Masters of Sex'

    5:49 am 7/8/2014

    Sohu.com's CEO says Chinese audiences love U.S. TV. Read more

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  9. TNT's 'The Last Ship' Showrunner on Michael Bay's TV Brand and Navy Collaboration (Q&A)

    9:00 am 6/21/2014

    "We don’t have a lot of scenes in the beginning where everyone is barfing out their backstories, but if you stay for the whole season you will see things revealed," said Hank Steinberg of the action-packed TNT drama.Read more

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