Bravo has a new top boss in Bonnie Hammer, but she's not planning to mess with success.
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Season-two climax shows how "Girls" can be fascinating in how it depicts darkness, but not particularly insightful about that darkness.
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The editorial crew of "Swamp People" has walked off the job, alleging unfair labor practices.
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"Hatfields and McCoys" has made history at History, drawing 13.9 million viewers in its initial telecast Monday night to become the most-watched nonsports program in ad-supported cable history.
With shows like "Pawn Stars" and "Swamp People," History has made itself over as the most successful purveyor of unscripted programming on cable. Now, on the eve of its first airing of a scripted…
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