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Two New Dramas Continue to Flex Ratings Muscle

Two new broadcast series continued to show ratings strength...   (TVbytheNumbers)

Ed Sullivan Statue Stolen

A statue of Ed Sullivan, one of the stalwarts...   (TheWrap)

Former White House Staffer Joins Political Show

An actor who is also a former White House...   (THR)

Union Accuses Bravo of Unfair Labor Practice

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees is ramping...   (LA Times)

Report: AMC Closing In on Stake in BBC America

AMC Networks is close to a deal to buy...   (Bloomberg)

NBC Working on a Crossover Involving Three Shows

NBC has a crossover event in the works that...   (TheWrap)

20th Century Fox TV Signs Jenna Elfman to Development Deal

20th Century Fox Television has signed a development and...   (Deadline)

‘Sex and the City’ Alum Developing Comedy for ABC

ABC has a new comedy in the works from...   (Deadline)

‘Girls’ Creator Says She Will Pay Performers After All

“Girls” creator Lena Dunham has had a change of...   (TheWrap, Gawker)

Rupert Murdoch Gets a Raise

Rupert Murdoch received a small pay raise in 21st...   (LA Times)

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