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  1. Paul Giamatti on "Dominance and Submission" in 'Billions'

    4:30 am 6/8/2016

    Giamatti calls the opening scene of 'Billions' in which a dominatrix urinates on him a "great metaphor for the whole show."Read more

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  2. Forest Whitaker on "Issues of Identity" in 'Roots'

    4:30 am 6/8/2016

    "You can’t watch ['Roots'] without being confronted with the issue of civil rights, the issue of human rights."Read more

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  3. Bobby Cannavale on 'Vinyl' Role: "I’ve Never Gotten to Play a role That's This Dimensional"

    6:00 am 6/7/2016

    "I’ve gotten to play elements of this character in other parts, and I really get to put it all together now and really have fun with it."Read more

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  4. Rami Malek Talks 'Mr. Robot': "There Is Something Scary About Coming Out of the Gate So Strong"

    6:00 am 6/7/2016

    "The only way to alleviate myself of that pressure is just to keep working, keep discovering, keep researching and go to that place every chance I could," said Malek of the high expectations for the second season of 'Mr. Robot.'Read more

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  5. Bobby Cannavale on 'Vinyl' Role: "I’ve Never Gotten to Play a role That's This Dimensional"

    5:00 am 6/7/2016

    "I’ve gotten to play elements of this character in other parts, and I really get to put it all together now and really have fun with it."Read more

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  6. Rami Malek Talks 'Mr. Robot': "There is Something Scary About Coming Out of the Gate so Strong"

    5:00 am 6/7/2016

    "The only way to alleviate myself of that pressure is just to keep working, keep discovering, keep researching, and go to that place every chance I could," said Malek of the high expectations for the second season of the critically acclaimed and award-winning series 'Mr. Robot.'Read more

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  7. Drama Showrunner Roundtable: 6 Top TV Bosses on Fighting for Diversity, Getting Pigeonholed and Casting "A—holes"

    6:45 am 6/6/2016

    Six of television's top drama series bosses — Sam Esmail, Julian Fellowes, Nina Jacobson, Marti Noxon, Melissa Rosenberg and John Ridley — open up about the stories that made them genuinely nervous, the things they still can’t believe they got past the network censors and the ongoing inequities of being anyone other than a privileged white male.Read more

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  8. 'UnREAL' Showrunner Marti Noxon: You Can't Worry About "What the Internet Is Going to Think"

    4:30 am 6/6/2016

    "['UnREAL'] is about women who are not necessarily likable, doing a job that is despicable, and we are not going to be afraid of that," Noxon told THR.Read more

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