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Deggans: 2013 Offered Up More TV Cast Diversity, Foreign Shows

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'Big Bang Theory' Owes Its Success To Classic TV

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Why Tatiana Maslany Is The Most Overlooked Actress Of 2013

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THEY KILLED BRIAN THE DOG! Oh, wait. Nevermind. AP hide caption

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Murderous Intent: Go Ahead, Kill That High-Profile TV Character

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TNT's new period drama Mob City, from The Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont, is one of several shows and miniseries premiering this month. Scott Garfield/TNT hide caption

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After A Full Fall, A Few New TV Choices To Tide You Over

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Bob Stookey (Larry Gilliard Jr.), Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan), Tyreese (Chad Coleman), Beth Greene (Emily Kinney), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) on AMC's The Walking Dead. Gene Page/AMC hide caption

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Katie Couric made her name on NBC's Today show, which she hosted for 15 years. Since leaving the network in 2006, Couric has anchored CBS Evening News and launched her own daytime talk show on ABC, Katie. Ida Mae Astute/AP hide caption

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Katie Couric And Yahoo!: Two Brands Wondering What's Next

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