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FX’s Landgraf Hits Netflix Over Recent Viewership Brags

As rain outside cast clouds over Southern California Monday, FX chief John Landgraf brought his own brand of shade to the Langham hotel in Pasadena, ripping into Netflix’s recent (and very selective) crowing


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Stay Golden…

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, an international organization of mystery that wields enormous power, will once again host the Golden Globes Sunday


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A Dirty Shame…

It’s easy to forget when you’re watching Bravo’s new podcast-based TV series “Dirty John” that the events actually happened.


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Charlie Collier’s Cable Legacy

When New Fox announced that Charlie Collier would take over Fox Entertainment, including the Fox broadcast network, the basic reaction both within Hollywood and the larger cable community was just… ‘Wow, we didn’t see that coming.’


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Scripted Unreality…

The thirst for something “new” in the Golden Age seems to have pushed top creatives to take risks that never would have flown in the past.


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HBO Chief Sees Big Growth Ahead in Merger’s Wake

Speaking at Mobile World Congress Americas, HBO chief Richard Plepler sounded liberated from the financial restraints of the iconic network’s past.


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Raelle Tucker Delves into Facebook’s ‘Sacred Lies’

Facebook’s “Sacred Lies” suggests the platform is serious about going toe to toe with the more than 500 other scripted shows out there.


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Three Stories in the Valley

You can’t be sure of much these days, but rest assured that “Valley of the Boom” will be one weird and wacky experience when the six-part limited series premieres on Nat Geo in a few months (date TBD).


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