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HBO's '70s Rock Series 'Vinyl' Sings A Familiar Tune

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Robert Durst's attorney, Dick DeGuerin (right), seen here in March 2015, often dons a Stetson Open Road, just like the cowboy hat worn by former President Lyndon B. Johnson, a friend of his father. "He was a giant of a man, and he'd pick me up and put me on his knee," DeGuerin says. Matthew Hinton/AP hide caption

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Robert Durst's Attorney: Heir's Latest Legal Troubles Are 'Tough'

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George R.R. Martin answers questions before a game between the Hudson Valley Renegades and the Staten Island Yankees — briefly renamed the Staten Island Direwolves for their Game of Throne night in August. Now, four months later, Martin has some bad news for his fans. Bill Lyons/Staten Island Advance/Landov hide caption

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Andre Holland (left) and Clive Owen get serious in Episode 3 of the second season of The Knick. Mary Cybulski/HBO hide caption

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'The Knick' Returns To The Bloody Pursuit Of Knowledge

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Wendell Pierce is known for his roles on HBO's The Wire and Treme. Sean Hagwell/Courtesy of Riverhead Books hide caption

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From 'Godot' To HBO, Wendell Pierce Says, Art Aided Post-Katrina Healing

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Jonathan Groff And Raúl Castillo: 'Looking' Ahead

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez, seen here in 1982, speaks to reporters following the announcement of his Nobel win. Among the materials in his archive are the many drafts he prepared for his Nobel acceptance speech. Hasse Persson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Niecy Nash (right) plays DiDi, a nurse at an extended care facility, in the HBO comedy series Getting On, which was modeled after the hit BBC series of the same name. Betty Buckley plays one of her patients. Lacey Terrell/HBO hide caption

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'Getting On' Star Niecy Nash: 'I Never Wanted To Be Funny'

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The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were unveiled Thursday by Mindy Kaling and Carson Daly. Big winners included HBO, for Game of Thrones, and Netflix, for Orange Is the New Black. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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