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    NBC Renews 'Revolution,' 'Chicago Fire,' 3 Others

    Today, NBC—that most embattled of the nets—announced the renewal of its long-running “Parenthood,” “Grimm,” and “Law & Order: SVU,” as well as freshman dramas “Revolution” and “Chicago Fire.”

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    CDs Honored at Artios Awards

    Cindy Tolan, Jim Carnahan, and Mark Saks were among the big winners last night at the 26th annual Artios Awards, honoring outstanding achievement in casting in theater, film, and television.

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    Scouring the Country to Cast a Girl and a Dog

    TV special “Annie’s Search for Sandy” chronicles the surprisingly heartwarming search for the right dog to play Sandy in the Broadway revival of "Annie."

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    Does Emmy Have a Genre Bias?

    Last week, "Orphan Black" star Tatiana Maslany failed to score an Emmy nomination for her stellar work in multiple roles on the series. We look at some other great sci-fi performances that never received Emmy love.

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    Web Performers Won't Lose Out on Compensation

    Increasingly series produced for the Web are moving over to television or other formats, but performers on Web series that migrate to traditional broadcast or cable television don’t have to worry about losing out on compensation—at least if they’re SAG-AFTRA members.

  • Reviews

    'Go On' Recap: Episode 9, 'Dinner Takes All'

    Ryan King (Matthew Perry) hosts a Thanksgiving dinner at the radio station and starts to have feelings for a high school crush (Lauren Graham).

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    'Go On' Recap: Episode 8, 'Videogame, Set, Match'

    Between the debates and superstorm Sandy and the election, "Go On" has been on pause. But don’t worry, folks, not much has changed.

  • Interview

    Billy Eichner’s Sprint to Success

    Eichner’s Fuse game show, “Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street,” is in the midst of its successful, viral third season, but the comedian remembers a time when he wasn’t as fortunate.

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    Fox Writers Intensive Expands Opportunities

    Fox adds to its annual diversity program by providing writing opportunities with HarperCollins, Fox Writers Studio, 20th Century Fox Film, 20th Century Fox Television, and FX.

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    Calif. Legislature Passes Extension to Film and TV Tax Credits

    Hollywood producers are breathing easier after lawmakers in Sacramento passed an extension to the state's lucrative tax credit program for the entertainment industry. The bill passed the state Senate in a 32-2 vote and provides another $200 million in taxpayer support for film and television series shot in California.