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Question: I've seen a lot of debate in the last week since Breaking Bad aired its midpoint finale of this terrific split final season. Much of it focusing on whether Walter White would be obtuse enough to leave Gale's signed copy of Leaves of Grass lying around for anyone ...
Roy Dotrice and Hannah Murray have joined the cast of HBO's Game of Thrones, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Dotrice, who lends his voice to the audiobook adaptation of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, on which Game of Thrones is based, will play...
MTV has canceled racy teen drama series Skins after just one season, Deadline reports.
An adaptation of the popular, award-winning British drama — now in its fifth season in the U.K. — Skins stirred up lots of controversy when it premiered in January. Although the series premiered to...
American television often looks across the pond for inspiration. Though the U.S. version of a British hit can be very successful (The Office, Three's Company), more than a few have gotten lost in translation (anyone remember Life on Mars or Coupling?). But several seem very promising this winter season: teen drama Skins, Matt LeBlanc's Episodes and Being Human, in which a vampire, ghost and werewolf live together in semi-harmony. So which remake of a British show are you most looking forward to?
Imagine Glee without attention hog Rachel Berry, outspoken Kurt or ditzy Brittany. Well, a new crop of McKinley High students may be infiltrating New Directions sooner than you'd think.
Less than halfway through its sophomore season, series co-creator Ryan Murphy is already looking to the future of the popular musical comedy. He says he plans to replace the current cast with new actors once their characters graduate at the end of 2012.
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