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With the long holiday weekend, most shows are skittering away from the airwaves. Not Orphan Black, though! Also: New episodes of Borgen and Maron and lots of playoff action.
Another list from The A.V. Club.
“Mickey [Rourke] circled me like a dog. He circled me twice, like he was smelling me.”
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NBC is the first network to announce its fall schedule, and it decided to get a jump on tomorrow’s upfront (a presentation held to convince advertisers to invest in the network’s new shows) by announcing its fall schedule to the press today.
Not that many people tuned into watch St. Elsewhere, and that’s exactly how it ought to have been.
Creator Tom Fontana (Oz, Homicide: Life On The Streets) provides a gritty answer to Showtime’s competing show.
The key writer-producer of Homicide: Life On The Street and creator of Oz talks about the new Borgia: Faith And Fear and laying the ground for serialized TV and connecting the dots between his work.
An expert and a newbie weigh in on David Milch’s mud-and-dust-caked Western.
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How television might reclaim television history.
What motivates Breaking Bad’s meth kingpin Gustavo Fring? According to the man who plays him, it all boils down to family.
A ’70s cop show set a standard for realism that Hill Street Blues, Homicide, and The Shield would later follow.
One of the stars of the new mob comedy The Last Godfather talks about demanding the right part and working with the Coen brothers.
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