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You don’t hear from Dr. Jack Kevorkian as much since he’s been paroled from prison in 2007. But with Al Pacino along for the ride, it’s likely that you’ll hear a bit more about him this year.

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Every few months, a new project is announced that focuses either on Katrina itself, or more often the aftermath that the city is going through. However, HBO’s Treme is the first time I’ve actually felt like some compelling “dramatic entertainment” might have come out of it.

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Where has Claire Danes been, you might be asking? If you’re not asking that, I’m asking it for you.

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Adrian Monk, neurotic detective extraordinaire is leaving the airwaves, so we thought we’d give you a little preview of the series finale and share some of our favorite Monk moments.

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With yet another wonderful piece of casting news, HBO’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones continues to impress with the addition of Sarah Connor star Lena Heady as Queen Cersei Lannister.

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Fans of ABC’s “Castle” and Showtime’s “Californication” are in for a treat as their previously fake books have suddenly become very real.

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Kevin Kelly brings us an epically funny conversation with Craig Ferguson, the man who shows no fear when standing toe-to-toe with the likes of David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O’Brien.

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Well, it’s official. The Gossip Girl spin off, Valley Girl/Lily, is dead in the water with no hope of revival any time soon.

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Last night I was invited to a screening of a pilot for a television series as part of the Independent Television Festival, and it might just be a peek into the future of television development.

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Doctor Who star David Tennant takes time away from his rounds at the TCA’s to tell our own Kevin Kelly all about his childhood dream of wearing that scarf.

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Yes, Are We There Yet? is up for a series. No word yet on whether it will come with a warning label.

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Dollhouse tracker Michelle Graham takes a look at an odd little trend in the Fox Network Friday night line-up, going as far as to suggest that Dollhouse’s future might be similar to that of the now-canceled Sarah Connor Chronicles.

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In the first bit of casting news for HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” the production absolutely nails it with the addition of Peter Dinklage and Tom McCarthy.

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Earlier this week we reported that Evan Rachel Wood, star of The Wrestler and better half of Marilyn Manson had been replaced in Zack Snyder’s upcoming film Sucker Punch by Jena Malone. And now assuming that our powers of logic are still strong, we know why.

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Our friends over at Rope of Silicon have posted — over the past few weeks — a few awesome updates in advance of this summer’s second season of the HBO series True Blood, which as you know is a favorite around the FSR offices.

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If you see a Dollhouse headline over the next couple of days, exclaiming how the season is getting its finale episode cut, relax. This is a nasty brand of journalism designed to scare the bejaysus out of you while dragging you into the article.

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Once again, here I stand on the edge of all things cool and new and awesome. I firmly believe that I am the only person alive who has not had time to watch HBO’s hit series Eastbound and Down. Luckily, there is DVR. For the rest of you, there will be season 2.

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The United States has a history of taking TV shows from Great Britain and remaking them in our own image. And that doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon.

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Take a classic horror film, one known for it’s orgies of gore, graphic violence, and decapitated heads performing oral sex… Re-Animator say, and turn it into a TV series where all three of those things will have to be eliminated!

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Dollhouse Featurettes

Dollhouse is not in trouble, at least not yet. Though ratings were disappointingly low, the Friday night timeslot is doing it no favors and perhaps Fox will understand that and be merciful when it comes time to dole out contracts for next year. However, in the interest of keeping interest in Joss Whedon’s newest creation alive and well, it’s time for them to crank out a bit of internet buzz and get the ball rolling a little faster down the hill of audience grabbing. What all this means? Start spreading the word, Dollhouse is on TV and worth watching. The basic premise features a secret organization which hires out their “dolls” as programmable people, with personalities, memories and physical abilities all selectable. Once their mission is complete, they return to their “Dollhouse” where their memories are wiped leaving them with no recollection of what just happened. Unfortunately, something is wrong with the system, and one of the dolls will begin to remember parts of her various lives. Meanwhile, one very determined FBI agent is desperately hunting the dollhouse, seemingly seeking one of its dolls. Admittedly, last week’s episode was not as strong as it could have been, but have a little faith (no pun intended). Admit it, the premise does sound pretty damned interesting. So, whether you watched it last week or are just reading this because you’re bored in work, check out these four featurettes (via movieweb): Hopefully they’ll make you a little more interested in the show, its […]

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