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TCA 2014

TCA: The 20 Best Panels

With this year's summer press tour ending, take a look back at some of the most stellar and successful presentations.

Ken Burns Does Not ‘Out’ Eleanor Roosevelt in New PBS Series

"This is an intimate history, not a tabloid history," the documentary filmmaker says of his new 14-hour series on the political family.

PBS Chief Paula Kerger Talks ‘Sherlock,’ Streaming and Cable’s Exit From Education

"I'm the only person who will stand on this stage and say I hope people steal our ideas," the president and CEO tells the TCA crowd, "because that means more good television for the public."

‘Fargo’ Season 2 Moves to the ’70s, Bringing Back at Least One Character

Executive producers Noah Hawley and Warren Littlefield, enjoying something of a victory lap after the renewal and 18 Emmy nominations, reveal that the events of their follow-up have already been…

‘Sons of Anarchy’s’ Charlie Hunnam: ‘I Don’t Give a Shit’ About Emmys

The star of the FX biker drama tells reporters that he doesn't care about the awards and isn't upset with the TV Academy about its annual snub.

‘The Strain’ Producers Explain Corey Stoll’s Wig

Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse say the character needed to undergo a physical transformation at some point that was best done with starting him off with hair.

FX’s Divisive ‘Tyrant’ Still Talking With Muslim Groups

Executive producer Howard Gordon attends TCA with policy experts to shed more light on the ongoing dialogue surrounding the show's portrayal of the Middle East and the depiction of sexual abuse in…

FX Passes on Charlie Kaufman Comedy ‘How & Why’

The Michael Cera and John Hawkes starrer is now being shopped to other outlets.

FX’s John Landgraf on ‘American Horror Story,’ ‘Tyrant’ and Late-Night Stumbles

"We'd rather fail spectacularly and nobly than succeed in a quiet, middling way," the FX Networks CEO said of the networks' philosophy.

FXX Readies ‘Simpsons’ Roll Out With Sprawling App, 12-Day Marathon

The cable network's landmark deal to air the Fox cartoon's 25-season catalog kicks off in August before the elaborate streaming component comes into play in October.

FX’s ‘Married’ to Explore Intimacy Beyond the Bedroom

"We saw in the pilot that there was a deeper disconnect between Russ and Lina than just sexually," showrunner Andrew Gurland told reporters at TCA.

FX Renews ‘Louie’ for Fifth Season

The Emmy-winning comedy from Louis C.K. gets another seven-episode order for 2015.