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  1. LA Screenings: Canada Tempers Hollywood Buying Spree Amid TV Ad Revenue Declines

    8:13 am 5/11/2015

    The Canucks will still be chasing the next 'Survivor' or 'The Big Bang Theory' as they debut network series day-and-date with the U.S. market. Read more

  2. Kevin Hooks to Direct BET Networks' Nelson Mandela Miniseries (Exclusive)

    1:34 pm 3/31/2015

    Canada's Blue Ice Pictures will co-produce 'Madiba' after installing former HBO exec Mark Levenstein as its new CEO. Read more

  3. Why Rainn Wilson Regrets His 'Backstrom' Twitter Stunt

    12:00 pm 2/15/2015

    The actor asked followers to tweet themselves in front of their TVs during the premiere, but the move backfired and he "lost anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 followers."Read more

  4. Roadside Attractions Sets North American Release for Down Syndrome Drama

    5:00 am 2/12/2015

    'Where Hope Grows' stars 'Backstrom's Kristoffer Polaha and newcomer David DeSanctis.Read more

  5. 'Backstrom': TV Review

    6:34 pm 1/22/2015

    A misanthrope who is obvious and predictable. So, yeah, a possible hit for America.Read more

  6. 'Backstrom's' Hart Hanson on Changes From CBS to Fox and Making an Offensive Lead Likable

    7:00 am 1/22/2015

    "Do you have time in this world to have a character change in an episodic drama where people don't give up on him too soon? And we'll find out. I'm hoping we have the time. We're gambling on it."Read more

  7. Lolita Davidovich to Guest on Fox's 'Backstrom' (Exclusive)

    10:54 am 8/8/2014

    The "Gods and Monsters" actress will play — wait for it — a hooker turned dental hygienist on the midseason drama. Read more

  8. 'Backstrom' Casts Rainn Wilson's Father

    10:00 am 7/16/2014

    Fox's midseason drama from "Bones" creator Hart Hanson taps the prolific Robert Forster for a two-episode stint. Read more

  9. First Look: Watch Trailers for Fox's New Shows (Video)

    12:08 pm 5/12/2014

    The network has 11 new scripted series on tap — five dramas, two limited and four comedies — for the 2014-15 season.Read more

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