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TV News Roundup: Showtime Sets Summer Premiere Dates for ‘Ray Donovan,’ ‘Episodes’

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In today’s roundup, Showtime sets its summer premiere dates for “Ray Donovan” and “Episodes,” and more.  PREMIERE DATES  Showtime has set its summer premiere dates for two of its popular series: Season 5 of “Ray Donovan” will debut Sunday, Aug. 6 at 9 p.m., and “Episodes” will return for its fifth and final season Sunday, Aug. 20… Read more »

WME-IMG’s Annual Walk the Walk Service Day Draws 6,000 Participants

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WME-IMG employees spent all day Thursday participating in the agency’s 10th annual Walk the Walk day of community service. This year, 6,000 staffers participated in more than 200 charities and organizations in 140-plus communities. While in past years, the event took place over the course of a day, this year it was a weeklong occurrence, with employee, client, and charity panels… Read more »

Netflix to Build App for Microsoft’s HoloLens Augmented Reality Headset

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Netflix has plans to build an app for Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented reality headset: Plans to support HoloLens were mentioned in one of the company’s recent job listings for a Windows Senior Software Engineer, which promised “a great experience to all Windows app users in a variety of devices,” including “HoloLens and VR devices.” A Netflix spokesperson confirmed… Read more »

W. Kamau Bell of ‘United Shades of America’ on Listening, Learning and Laughing in a Dark Time

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On his adventurous and engaging CNN show, “United Shades of America,” which returns Sunday at 10 p.m., W. Kamau Bell laughs a lot. Even when he’s sitting with someone like Richard Spencer. Spencer is one of the leaders of a loose coalition that calls itself the “alt right” but which really just shoves various long-standing… Read more »

‘Logan’ Gets B&W Release in Theaters

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Following its box office success earlier this year, Fox has decided to release a black and white version of “Logan” in theaters on May 16 for a limited run. Director James Mangold tweeted the news telling fans who wanted to see that version to “not make any plans on the evening of May 16.” Suggestion…. Read more »

MPAA Shakeup: Chief Chris Dodd to Be Replaced by Charles Rivkin

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Chris Dodd is stepping down as head of the Motion Picture Association of America, Variety has confirmed. He will be replaced by Charles Rivkin, the former assistant secretary of state for economic and business affairs under President Barack Obama. Though not as well known as Dodd, Rivkin boasts film business and Beltway ties. He was president of… Read more »