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Ray Donovan’s days of fixing at Showtime are over.  The premium cable network has canceled the series after seven seasons “After seven incredible seasons, Ray Donovan has concluded its run on Showtime,” the premium cable network said in a statement Tuesday. “We are proud that the series ended amid such strong viewership and on such
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RELATED STORIES With so much television to choose from, networks are struggling to find ways to make their series stand out. This is the case with CBS All Access’ Interrogation, a gimmicky procedural that allows viewers to watch episodes in any order they please. “When cold case detectives reopen an unsolved case, they abandon the
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CBS will be making renewal and cancellation decisions for its shows in the coming months.  With many shows on the bench, it’s hard to imagine everything making the cut for renewal, meaning the more marginal performers could be in danger.  Below, we’ve rounded up every scripted show on CBS, as well as their chances for
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[embedded content] The video game industry hasn’t really been given a fair shake on television; it’s usually treated as a space for nerds, bros, and Mountain Dew-crushing, pimple-popping, mustard gas-farting, basement-dwelling losers despite its place as one of the most profitable businesses in the entertainment industry. I’m still mad at the 2011 ABC series Man
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[Warning: The post contains spoilers from Thursday’s episode of Star Trek: Picard, titled “Maps and Legends.” Read at your own risk.] We’re starting to get a clearer picture of the Romulans’ mysterious connection to the Borg in Star Trek: Picard and it’s a doozy. Thursday’s episode of the CBS All Access series revealed a startling
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