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Are We There Yet?: How I Met Your Mother Decides Which Route to Take Home

August 8, 2012
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Craig Thomas and Carter Bays, the creators of How I Met Your Mother, are currently in negotiations with CBS to decide if the show will be extended to a ninth season.  The show’s eighth season will debut this fall.  According to Entertainment Weekly the co-creators have contingency plans for ending the series in both...
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RIP Homicide/The Corner Screenwriter David Mills

March 31, 2010
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As The Sun and other outlets are reporting, David Mills has died. A reporter with The Washington Post, Mills moved from journalism into television as a writer for Homicide: Life on the Streets, the series based on his college friend David Simon’s book. He went on to adapt Simon and Ed Burns’ book The...
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Watch This: Breaking Bad

April 20, 2009
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Watch This: Breaking Bad

Bryan Cranston | Image by AMC The Emmy, the conventional wisdom went, was Jon Hamm’s to lose, given the near-hysterical buzz his AMC series Mad Men generated in 2008. But it wasn’t his name inside that envelope for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series last September, and even when the tall, cueball-bald winner...
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The Wire Set: Abandoned, but Not Forgotten

January 6, 2009
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The Wire Set: Abandoned, but Not Forgotten

| Image by Courtesy “Patty Boh” Tipster Runnykine directed us to a post just put up on a LiveJournal community page called Abandoned Places that captures images of a trove of lost Baltimore cultural trash/treasure: photographs of the former sound stage of The Wire. Posted by “Patty Boh,” the photos depict the litter-strewn interior...
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