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A Lone Shrew Discovered at Homerton College

Over the last few days I have teetered on the edge of a Shakespeare coma. Last Wednesday I watched the BBC’s Henry VI part 1 and Branagh’s… 2,655 more words

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Forbes releases list of highest-paid TV actors for 2014

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Forbes compiled a list of television actors who made the most dough in 2014.

We know who walked away with gold at the Emmy’s on Monday night. 37 more words

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What the 2014 Emmy Awards got wrong

The 2014 Emmy Awards (or the ‘everybody who has an emmy gets another emmy‘ Emmy awards) were like many award shows before them: funny at times, awful at others, with a healthy dose of awkwardness for good measure. 585 more words

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The 2014 Primetime Emmys: Who Won and Who Was Snubbed

The 66th Primetime Emmys aired last night, and some shows took home the gold (*ahem, “Breaking Bad”*) and some shows were left snubbed.

The night’s big winners include “Breaking Bad”, “Modern Family”, the cast of “American Horror Story”, “The Normal Heart”, “True Detective” and “The Good Wife”. 1,091 more words

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The 2014 Primetime Emmys: Who Won and Who Was Snubbed

The 66th Primetime Emmys aired last night, and some shows took home the gold (*ahem, “Breaking Bad”*) and some shows were left snubbed.

The night’s big winners include “Breaking Bad”, “Modern Family”, the cast of “American Horror Story”, “The Normal Heart”, “True Detective” and “The Good Wife”. 1,091 more words

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The 2014 Primetime Emmys: Who Won and Who Was Snubbed

The 66th Primetime Emmys aired last night, and some shows took home the gold (*ahem, “Breaking Bad”*) and some shows were left snubbed.

The night’s big winners include “Breaking Bad”, “Modern Family”, the cast of “American Horror Story”, “The Normal Heart”, “True Detective” and “The Good Wife”. 1,092 more words

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Revenge of the Nerds

Nerds seem to having their cultural moment.  “The Big Bang Theory,” a show about four nerds and the women who love them, is the highest-rated scripted show on television and its star Jim Parsons has won four Emmys. 845 more words

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