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'Louie': TV's Most Original Comedy Returns

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FX Welcomes Sheen Back To TV, But Will Viewers?

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Plus-Sized Fashionista Dancin' To The Music

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Club owner Dennis Dupree (Alec Baldwin, left) and his assistant Lonny Barnett (Russell Brand) try to figure out a way to keep their nightclub open in the movie adaptation of Rock of Ages. David James/David James hide caption

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Alec Baldwin: A 'Rock' Throughout The Ages

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Norman Lear (center) created, developed and produced the hit show All in the Family, which ran from 1971 to 1979. The politically charged sitcom starred Jean Stapleton, Carroll O'Connor, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers and Mike Evans. /CBS /Landov hide caption

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Norman Lear: 'Just Another Version Of You'

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Listen To Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Louis C.K. has written for The Late Show with David Letterman, The Chris Rock Show and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. FX hide caption

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Louis C.K. On Comedy, Love, Life And Loss

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Sorkin's 'Newsroom' Weaves In Real Top Stories

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In Aaron Sorkin's new HBO drama, The Newsroom, producer MacKenzie McHale (Emily Mortimer) and anchorman Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) tackle real hard-hitting news stories and call out those who don't tell the truth. HBO hide caption

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'The Newsroom' Caught Up In A Partisan Divide

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After a public meltdown and a wholesale staff defection, Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) decides to take a different approach with his nightly news show. HBO hide caption

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Jeff Daniels: Anchoring The Cast Of 'The Newsroom'

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Simon Cowell in his early days as an American Idol judge. The success of Cowell and others shows that bullying is acceptable, says Eric Deggans, so long as it's done on reality TV. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Facing Up To Bullies, Everywhere But On Reality TV

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Lisa Donovan spoofs the film 300 in a 2007 YouTube video that pits her against a FedEx guy. Donovan's videos became so successful, she was able to make a living off selling ads on them. via YouTube hide caption

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Lights, Camera, YouTube: Studio Cashes In On An Entertainment Revolution

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