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    13 TV Shows That Ended Too Soon

    With the news that “Hannibal” will not be back on NBC for a fourth season, fans are hopeful for a Netflix or Hulu pick-up. Let’s take a look at some awesome shows that ended way too soon, and could have really thrived on a streaming platform.

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    11 Upcoming Original Netflix Shows

    All done binge-watching the third season of “Orange Is the New Black”? Here are 11 other titles the streaming giant has in development—including a sitcom from Aziz Ansari and a supernatural drama starring Winona Ryder!

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    Ruby Rose’s Inspiring ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Experience

    Joining Netflix’s hit show for Season 3, the Australian actor chats about how she got signed to the show, her inspiring cast mates, and her advice for fellow actors.

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    7 Questions With…Jennette McCurdy

    After “iCarly” and “Sam & Cat,” McCurdy takes a break from comedy to star on Netflix’s new drama “Between,” and chats with us about her acting crushes, how she prepares for an audition, and more!

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    Eliezer Castro of ‘Bloodline’ on Finding Success Out of L.A.

    Miami native Eliezer Castro found on-screen success after leaving L.A. and moving back home, including a role on the Netflix drama opposite Kyle Chandler and Sissy Spacek.

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    9 Questions With...Charlie Cox

    The star of Netflix’s new original series “Daredevil” chats about the challenges of playing a blind, crime-fighting vigilante, his newest acting crush, and the worst audition he’s had to endure.

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    11 New Shows Debuting This Spring!

    A list of all the upcoming shows to catch this spring, including Netflix originals “Bloodline,” “Daredevil,” and “Grace and Frankie”; CW’s sci-fi show “The Messengers”; and sitcoms like “One Big Happy” and “Weird Loners.”

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    8 Questions With...Tituss Burgess

    Broadway’s Sebastian in “The Little Mermaid” reflects on the role that most inspired him, his obsession with Robin Wright, and the magic of working with Tina Fey on Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

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    7 Questions With...Kim Dickens

    After stealing the show in "Gone Girl" as no-nonsense Det. Rhonda Boney, "Deadwood" veteran Dickens joins the ranks of "House of Cards" as a crusading journalist—but whether she'll meet the same fate as that show's other reporters, she won't say.

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    Netflix Debuts Tina Fey’s New Comedy Series Trailer

    Produced by Tina Fey and starring some of the Golden Globe winner’s “30 Rock” co-stars, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” premieres March 6.