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CBS has set James Wolk as the star of its summer drama series “Zoo,” based on the James Patterson bestseller. Wolk will play a renegade zoologist who is tasked with trying to figure out why animals…
Robin Williams completes a rather lengthy journey back to his TV comedy roots with "The Crazy Ones," which casts him as a wacky advertising genius — the sort of creativity-can't-be-shackled type that…
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SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading if you haven’t seen the finale of “Mad Men.” I can’t remember a “Mad Men” finale that laid quite so much track for the storylines of the subsequent season. For the show’s…
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There will be no more "Political Animals" roaming free at USA Network.
Ratings for the second week of USA Network miniseries "Political Animals" fell slightly from its premiere episode.
Ostensibly designed to push USA closer to FX-bordering-on-HBO territory, "Political Animals" is an odd duck.
USA Network has set July 15 as the debut for its six-episode miniseries "Political Animals."
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