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For years, Cheryl Hines has squeezed in plenty of film, TV and voice work while appearing on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Why add another series to her busy schedule?
As buzz about pilot pickups and the fate of bubble series hit a fever pitch on Thursday, NBC added a lavish soap ("Infamous") and a moody psychological drama ("Do No Harm") to its 2012-13 drama slate.
Some of TV's heavy hitters give some insight into their world.
Offlot TV production in Los Angeles has been lagging as production for the pilot season hasn't yet started.
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