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THR Year in Review 2011

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  1. 12 of the Top International Stories of 2011: THR Year in Review

    2:42 pm 12/31/2011

    THR rounds up the biggest global media stories that grabbed headlines.Read more

  2. The Best and Worst Reality TV Shows of 2011: THR Year in Review (Video)

    12:20 pm 12/31/2011

    A&E's "Bordertown: Laredo," TLC's "All-American Muslim" and Discovery's "Weed Wars" kept the genre interesting this year, writes THR TV critic David Knowles.Read more

  3. Heat Vision's Top 10 Movies of 2011

    12:08 pm 12/29/2011

    THR's fanboy expert Borys Kit skips over the comic book movies (except "X-Men") to highlight a list of diverse achievements in 2011.Read more

  4. The 10 Most Awkward Sex Songs of 2011: THR Year in Review

    8:15 am 12/29/2011

    Fornication ruled in 2011, but not every artist can pull off risque lyrics without inciting uncomfortable snickers. Read more

  5. THR Music Editor's Top 10 Singles of 2011

    1:52 pm 12/28/2011

    The Hollywood Reporter's Shirley Halperin runs down the best songs this year had to offer. Read more

  6. 'Fast Five,' 'Hangover II,' 'Thor' Top List of Year's Most Pirated Movies

    7:55 pm 12/23/2011

    But the average number of BitTorrent downloads for this year's top 10 was significantly lower than last year.Read more

  7. The Italian Bruno Mars, the Croatian Hit 'Brad Pitt' Plus 13 More of Europe's Best Songs From 2011 (Video)

    3:32 pm 12/23/2011

    While the world worries about the Euro, THR celebrates the continent's music, gathering 15 of the year's lesser-known smashes from across the Atlantic.Read more

  8. THR Critic David Rooney's Top 10 Theater Productions of 2011

    2:35 pm 12/23/2011

    It was the explosion of new plays more than musicals that distinguished 2011 on New York stages.Read more

  9. THR Music Editor's Top 10 Albums of 2011

    5:40 am 12/23/2011

    For the most part, rock music got the shaft this year, but not as far as The Hollywood Reporter's Shirley Halperin is concerned. From the analog grit of the Foo Fighters to the always anthemic Coldplay to the serene sway of Real Estate, guitars may have gone underground, but they've never sounded better.Read more

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