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Frances McDormand plays Olive Kitteridge in the four-hour HBO miniseries adapted from Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning book of short stories. Jojo Whilden/HBO hide caption

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Like Olive Kitteridge, Actress Frances McDormand Was Tired Of Supporting Roles

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Richard Jenkins plays Henry, Olive's husband. JoJo Whilden/Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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In The Life Of 'Olive Kitteridge,' It's The Little Things That Add Up

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A new digital platform called Simpsons World features all 25 years of episodes. FX says it is trying to cater to both old-fashioned TV fans and people who watch shows on other devices. FOX hide caption

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In An Online, On-Demand Age, TV Reruns Are Redefined

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Jeffrey Tambor plays Maura in the new Amazon series Transparent. Jill Soloway says she cast Tambor in the role because everyone knows Tambor as a "dad figure." Courtesy of Amazon hide caption

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Funny, Dirty, Sad: The 'Holy Trinity' For 'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway

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Fans cheer during the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals at AT&T Park. Rob Carr/Getty Images hide caption

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Start World Series Games Earlier; Let Us Sleep

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Fox's Gotham stars (from left) John Doman, Camren Bicondova, Jada Pinkett Smith, Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith. The show was recently criticized for initially selecting a white stuntwoman as a body double for a black guest star. Fox TV hide caption

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'Gotham' Resurfaces Hollywood's Tricky History Of 'Painting Down'

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Bryan Cranston (left) starred as chemistry teacher turned meth dealer Walter White, and Aaron Paul played former student and drug-dealing co-conspirator Jesse Pinkman in AMC's Breaking Bad. Ben Leuner/AMC hide caption

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On The Wonder Years, Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) had a crush on his neighbor Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar). Courtesy of Scoop Marketing hide caption

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Nostalgia, Now Out On DVD, With 'Wonder Years' And 'Pee-wee' Releases

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Debra Messing stars with Robert Klein in NBC's The Mysteries of Laura. Will Hart/NBC hide caption

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Winners And Losers Of The Fall TV Season Begin To Emerge

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Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Actress Elizabeth Peña arrives at the Hollywood premiere of Nothing Like the Holidays in 2008. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Overture Films hide caption

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Elizabeth Peña Remembered As An Actress With Range

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