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Ask Matt: Fargo, Glades Rage (and Other Cancellations), Case Histories

Billy Bob Thornton

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Question: I am shocked how some of your readers think Fargo should have been just a follow-up to the movie with let's see how Marge is doing since everyone else involved in the movie was either dead or in prison. I agree that the show is terrific. The episode last week was one of the most amazing episodes of TV I have ever seen.

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Which Fifty Shades Star Is Joining Covert Affairs?

Max Martini

It looks like his life is in Crisis no more! Max Martini has already lined up his first gig following the cancellation of his NBC series earlier this month.

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NBC Cancels Community, Revolution, Growing Up Fisher, Believe and Crisis

Yvette Nicole Brown, Jim Rash, Joel McHale

Welcome to the darkest timeline. NBC has canceed Community, RevolutionGrowing Up Fisher, Believe, Crisis and Dracula, TVGuide.com has learned.

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Exclusive Crisis Sneak Peek: Will Gibson Surrender?

Dermot Mulroney

Francis Gibson (Dermot Mulroney) may have suffered a minor setback to his hostage plan on NBC's Crisis, but that doesn't mean he's anywhere near ready to give up — at least not until he's taken down CIA Director Gabe Widener (Mark Valley).

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Ratings: Walking Dead Finale Sets Record; Good Wife Up

Chandler Riggs

The Walking Dead set a new finale ratings record Sunday.

The Season 4 closer drew 15.7 million viewers, with 10.2 million in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Though the figures are down from the show's all-time high (16.1 million and 10.4 million for its Season 4 premiere), the fourth ...
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Exclusive Crisis First Look: What's Gibson's Endgame?

Dermot Mulroney

We now know that Francis Gibson (Dermot Mulroney) — the schlubby, seemingly non-threatening parent chaperone on NBC's Crisis — is actually the mastermind behind the titular situation, in which a busload of schoolchildren are kidnapped and held hostage in Washington, D.C. But the question remains: Why?

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Ratings: Good Wife Up; Believe, Crisis Drop

Josh Charles, Hunter Parrish

CBS topped Sunday with a March Madness-boosted lineup.

Pending adjustments for the 41-minute delay, The Amazing Race All-Stars held steady with 9.1 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, while The Good Wife's shocking episode (8.9 million, 1.5) grew two tenths. The Mentalist (7.9 million, 1.2), which didn't ...
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Ask Matt: Fargo, Veronica Mars, Scandal, Person of Interest and More

Martin Freeman

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Question: Just wondering if you've heard anything about or seen the pilot of FX's adaptation of Fargo yet? Obviously it's too early to tell, but just from the previews and the looks of the cast, it seems to me like it could be in contention for a few Emmys later this year? — Kevin

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Ratings: Resurrection Still on Top; Crisis Opens Soft

Gillian Anderson

Resurrection is still going strong.

The ABC drama topped Sunday with 10.8 million viewers and a 3.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down eight tenths from its premiere last week, but it easily outpaced all other programming. Lead-in Once Upon a Time (7.5 million, 2.3) slipped a tenth and lead-out Revenge (6.2 million, 1.7) dropped ...
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Crisis' Rachael Taylor: I Hope Viewers "Love to Hate" My Character

Gillian Anderson, Rachael Taylor

There's not a lot of time for character development in the pilot episode of Crisis, NBC's hostage thriller that premieres Sunday. The first hour is more preoccupied with immersing viewers into the action and getting a couple of major twists out of the way than delving into the depths of its major players.

But here's what we do know: A bus of children is taken hostage by a group of highly trained criminals while on a field trip. What do the bad guys want? It's unclear. But the children's parents all hold positions of power in Washington, D.C., ranging from the CEO of a major corporation (Gillian Anderson) to the president of the United States. There's also a nearly unrecognizable Dermot Mulroney playing a shlubby parent chaperone who's an embarrassment to his daughter, but who defies expectations when it comes to the events that unfold. And in a made-for-TV coincidence, the no-nonsense FBI agent in charge of the case, Susie Dunn (Rachael Taylor), is the estranged sister of Anderson's character, Meg Fitch.

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Premiered: March 16, 2014, on NBC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Washington's power players are drawn into a blackmail scheme and an international conspiracy by an unlikely mastermind in this drama.

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