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    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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    Bill Cosby Retrial: No Verdict Reached, Jury to Reconvene Thursday

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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    Fox World Cup Broadcast Team Looks to Put American Stamp on International Affair

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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    TV News Roundup: Netflix Releases 'Dear White People' Season 2 Trailer (Watch)

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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    'Here and Now' Canceled by HBO

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • 'Queer Eye,' 'Jersey Shore' Creators Reveal

    'Queer Eye,' 'Jersey Shore' Creators Reveal How Unscripted Franchises Were Revived

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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    Forest Whitaker to Star in Epix Drama Series 'Godfather of Harlem'

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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