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4/17/2015
Seth Rogen and AMC have found their Preacher. Dominic Cooper will star in the television adaptation of the DC Comics/Vertigo comic book.
4/17/2015
Attorneys at the Justice Department’s antitrust division are reportedly ready to recommend that Comcast’s $45.2 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable be blocked.
4/17/2015
John Ridley is going to continue his association with Disney. The Oscar-winning writer of 12 Years A Slave has been hired by Marvel to work on a mysterious TV project.
4/17/2015
Univision announced today that it is ending Sabado Gigante, the popular variety series that has run for an astonishing 53 years.
4/17/2015
It turns out that not too many people want to watch couples have sex in a box, especially if they can’t see anything.
4/17/2015
Television fans that do not have access to Netflix didn't let that stop them when it came to watching Netflix's latest original series Marvel's Daredevil.
4/16/2015
Britt McHenry, an ESPN reporter, has been suspended by the network after a video of her throwing insults at a towing company employee surfaced.
4/16/2015
Jerry Seinfeld transformed TV comedy as we know it through his sitcom Seinfeld, but he had some choice words for the state of television today.
4/16/2015
Sarah Jessica Parker is officially returning to HBO, the home of Sex and the City, with her first TV series since that one ended in 2004.
4/16/2015
Revolution may have been cancelled by NBC nearly a year ago, but the short-lived J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau production still has its loyal fans.
4/16/2015
Kendall Jenner might’ve used her fame from Keeping Up with the Kardashians to launch a highly successful modeling career, but she knows it isn’t a normal path for a teenager.
4/16/2015
The 74th annual Peabody Awards were announced this morning at the University of Georgia, reflecting the diversity of television’s best-written shows from the past year.

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