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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in December

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

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

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.

NBC Cancels ‘State of Affairs,’ ‘About a Boy,’ ‘Marry Me,’ ‘One Big Happy,’ ‘Constantine’

Producers Warner Bros. Television is shopping the rare DC Comics misfire elsewhere.

Minnie Driver to Star in CBS Comedy ‘Happy Life’

The 'About a Boy' star will film the pilot, previously 'Joe Time,' in second position.

Jason Katims on Life Post-‘Parenthood’ and the Future of ‘About a Boy’

The showrunner tells THR about plans for 'About a Boy' and beyond.

‘About a Boy’ Stars Talk Shifting Dynamics, Appeal of Single-Camera

The cast talks to THR about being one of the last single-camera comedies standing on NBC.

‘Star Wars’ Stand-alone Movie Hiring Oscar-Nominated Writer (Exclusive)

Chris Weitz is being brought in to write the 'Star Wars' spinoff being directed by Gareth Edwards after Gary Whitta exited the project this month

‘Off the Cuff’ Podcast: ‘About a Boy’s’ Benjamin Stockham “Will Not Have an Entourage”

The titular 'boy' of the NBC sitcom tells #pretapodcasts what it's like to work with Minnie Driver even if he's too young to have seen 'Good Will Hunting.'

‘Parenthood’s’ Dax Shepard Sets Second ‘About a Boy’ Cameo (Exclusive)

Crosby Braverman will resurface in January episode

Dax Shepard Talks Directing ‘About a Boy’s’ Take on ‘A Christmas Carol’

The 'Parenthood' actor-director returns to the NBC comedy — behind the camera

Jason Katims Developing Silicon Valley Medical Drama for CBS

'Parenthood' and 'About a Boy' writer Sarah Watson will pen the script

NBC Showrunners Talk ‘Dud Scripts,’ Emmy Snubs and Cable ‘Envy’

"I would be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed and that [James Spader] isn't completely deserving of it," "The Blacklist's" John Eisendrath told reporters Sunday.