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Last week "Family Guy" reached a milestone few in the TV universe that few ever see.
After 11 seasons -- and two cancellations -- the irreverent animated sitcom is still smoking.
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Tony Hale sees a significant difference between his "Arrested Development" character, Buster Bluth, and Gary on "Veep," an assistant to U.S. Vice President Selina Meyer.
Allison Williams doesn't read reviews but she considered it high praise when a friend started talking to her about her "Girls" character, Marnie, in the third person.
Giancarlo Esposito had a feeling his time on "Breaking Bad" was nearing an end while filming the fourth-season premiere.
For the leading ladies of ABC's "Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23," the notion of evolving their characters means something different to each of them.
For Claire Danes, jumping from movies back into a TV series, and her first since 1995's "My So-Called Life," was not a tough call.
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