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Bravo touted an increase in its upcoming original programming slate as well as season premiere dates for a handful of its most popular series at Thursday's television critics sesh in Pasadena.
Hunting Lane Films is showing some "Muscle," launching development of a series for HBO based on Sam Fussell's bodybuilding memoir, with "Blue Valentine" writer-director Derek Cianfrance attached.
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