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  1. ‘Between’: TV Review

    12:53 pm 5/19/2015

    The newest streaming series from Netflix is about a mysterious disease that kills anyone over age 21.Read more

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  2. Missouri Politician Who Allegedly Sexted with Intern Saved as "Frank Underwood" on Her Phone (Report)

    7:23 am 5/14/2015

    Diehl announced his resignation on Thursday.Read more

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  3. Beau Willimon: Primetime Rediscovered

    9:00 am 5/11/2015

    'House of Cards' creator Beau Willimon talks season three.Read more

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  4. Lee Daniels, Damon Lindelof, A-List Writers on Race, Ignoring Critics, an 'Empire' Axing

    9:00 am 5/11/2015

    Six hit show creators, from 'House of Cards' to 'Good Wife,' gather for a heated, candid talk that reveals the state of opinion on Hollywood's touchiest subjects.Read more

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  5. 'House of Cards' Boss: "It's Surreal" that President Obama Likes The Show

    2:39 pm 5/8/2015

    'House of Cards' showrunner Beau Willimon reveals to THR the challenges of pacing season three and "the scariest" thing about Frank and Claire's relationship.Read more

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  6. Reed Hastings on Netflix's Plans for Pan-European Releases, Local Productions

    9:10 am 5/5/2015

    The CEO of the streaming giant spoke at Berlin's Media Convention event. Read more

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  7. 'House of Cards' Creator, Cast on Season 4's "Big Questions"

    12:25 pm 4/27/2015

    Beau Willimon weighs in on whether Frank can function without Claire.Read more

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  8. 'House of Cards' Renewed for Fourth Season

    3:30 pm 4/2/2015

    The political drama is coming off of Golden Globe and SAG Award wins for star Kevin Spacey.Read more

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  9. Vladimir Putin Unaware 'House of Cards' Features Russian President

    10:35 am 3/19/2015

    The president's spokesman says he hadn't heard fictional counterpart Viktor Petrov was in season three.Read more

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  10. 'Fifty Shades' Producer on Salary Demands, Feuding With Harvey Weinstein and Why He Won't Support Hillary Clinton for President

    9:00 am 3/19/2015

    Dana Brunetti, the outspoken president and CEO of Trigger Street Productions, opens up about Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan wanting raises for the sequel ("I'm not going to cry for anybody"), Amy Pascal and whom he'd rather see in the Oval Office come January 2017.Read more

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