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My Generation
The filmmaker explores the breakup of Brenda and Anders -- "Branders" -- in 2000. Steven travels to New York City to talk with an English teacher from high school. When Falcon is slapped in the face at a cafe by a beautiful woman, we find out that she is his wife, whom he met during the New York blackout of 2003, and that she has filed for divorce. The filmmaker reveals to Brenda that Anders had bought an engagement ring before graduation in 2000. When Brenda confronts Anders, he explains that his father threatened to slander her father if Anders continued the relationship.
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The Night Shift
An epic storm hits San Antonio and the emergency room is awash in patients and must use their battlefield skills to deal with massive power outages.
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Orange Is The New Black
Check out the first episode of the second season with your favorite cast members from Orange is the New Black, the funny, powerful and thought-provoking series about a diverse group of inmates serving time in a women’s prison, from Emmy Award-winning creator and executive producer Jenji Kohan. Nearly a year after introducing audiences to Brooklynite Piper Chapman, whose decade-old relationship with drug-runner Alex results in her arrest and year-long detention in a federal penitentiary.
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Pairing Off: A Look at Co-creating and Writing Partners
Every TV series needs a leader. A mastermind known as the showrunner or creator that is setting the tone and pace of the production. But what about a series that is co-created and run by a pair? How do two minds create and execute a singular idea? Listen to writing partners and co-creators discuss how they work, what happens when they have conflicting visions for a character/storyline, and how they implement those ideas with a room full of staff writers.
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Parenthood
The fifth season ends with Adam and Crosby reminiscing over childhood memories as their parents prepare to move. Meanwhile, Amber clashes with Ryan's mother at the hospital; Haddie comes home for the summer with some big news; Sarah responds to Hank; Victor triumphs over his fears at school and gets a driving lesson from Zeek; and Drew pursues his bliss.
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POV: An Actor in the Pilot Process
If you're a real TV fan, by now, you've heard the term "Pilot Season." It's the time of year where the TV industry is creating/producing/selling your potential new favorite series. Studios are producing the shows, networks are buying them, and actors are running all over LA auditioning, reading, and testing for (fingers crossed) their next great role. Hear from a variety of actors as they discuss their experience participating in the sporting event more widely known as "Pilot Season." From how the process has changed, to losing the role they dreamt about, to getting roles they never thought they would, and all ups and downs in between.
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Ratings, Recaps, Reviews
Kyle Killen knows more about ratings than he cares to, and he's going to break it down for you starting with who, what, when, where, or IF watching matters. Dissecting Neilsen, DVRs, live viewing, social media, and streaming, he’ll answer questions like: What's a share? How everyone you know can be talking, tweeting and watching a show, but it still gets canceled? And why do ratings equal cancellation on one network but a hit on another? Tune in to find out how it all translates into keeping your favorite show on, or its eventual demise. Following his 15 minute presentation, Killen sits down with top critics Alan Sepinwall (Hitfix), Matthew Zoller Seitz (Vulture), Todd Vanderwerff (A.V. Club) and Tara Ariano (previously.tv) to discuss TV's growth in the past decade, where its going, and their contributions to a show's fate.
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Reality Check
Reality. Unscripted. Docu-series. Competition. Lifestyle. With so many sub-genres, how do studios, networks, and producers navigate which version of “reality” they want? Hear producers and executives discuss the growing popularity of the genre, how much of what audiences see is “real”, the importance of casting to the success (or failure) of a show, and the stigmatism that comes with Reality Television, including why audiences can’t seem to get enough.
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Reboot, Remake, Reimagine, and Adapt
Whether it be a beloved relationship (About a Boy), a true story , a town with a very specific tone (Fargo), or a tale with a pre-determined ending (Bates Motel), a reimagined story looks to balance the previously told one with an innovative new viewpoint that makes it worth revisiting. Creators and writers of some of television’s greatest adaptations discuss what drew them to the source material, the rewards and challenges of not starting from scratch, and how to please an established fan base while welcoming a new one.
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Reckless
When defense attorney Jamie Sawyer (Anna Wood) is hired by disgraced cop Lee Anne Marcus (Georgina Haig) in the wake of a sex scandal involving the Charleston Police Department, she finds herself facing off against Roy Rayder (Cam Gigandet), the newly appointed City Attorney.
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