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‘True Blood’ Season 6 Adds ‘Friday Night Lights’ and ’90210′ Stars

As 'True Blood's sixth season prepares to burst forth this summer on HBO, we've heard some impressive casting announcements for the show's upcoming year. HBO has yet to issue any kind of official teaser or photos of the sixth season, likely picking up after the finale moments of 'True Blood' season 5 finale "Save Yourself," but today has given away two new casting snippets. Joining the 'True Blood' cast for season 6 are 'Friday Night Lights' star Jurnee Smollett and one-time '90210' player Amelia Rose Blaire, but who will the lovely ladies be playing?

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HBO Developing New WW2 Mini-Series with Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks

Any TV fan knows that all good things cinematic come in threes, so why would HBO's collaboration with legendary director Steven Spielberg and Hollywood icon Tom Hanks be any different? Following 2001's acclaimed mini-series 'Band of Brothers' and 2010 successor 'The Pacific,' the holy TV trinity has begun work on a third World War II mini-series, to once again adapt another historical account. Get the details on HBO's 'Masters of the Air' from Spielberg and Hanks inside!

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‘The Newsroom’ Season 2: Rosemarie DeWitt Leaves, Will Be Recast

Despite its premise of following real-world events approximately one year after they take place, we still know relatively little about the second season of Aaron Sorkin's controversial HBO drama 'The Newsroom.' Previously, we'd learned that 'Mad Men' and 'United States of Tara' star Rosemarie DeWitt was to take an important recurring role in the season as a litigator, but now it seems the actress has been forced to exit the production after shooting several episodes. Will HBO recast and re-shoot, or write around the departure?

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Brad Pitt Developing HBO Gangster Drama ‘Paper’

Don't expect to see Brad Pitt anywhere on the small screen these days, between the scope of 'World War Z' and his latest 'Killing Them Softly.' The last time we can recall Pitt's star being dim enough for TV was an appearance on 'Friends,' but his name (at least) may soon come to HBO.  New reports claim that Pitt's production company has begun development on a new HBO debt collector drama 'Paper,' adapted from a New Yorker article, but what's been changed in the translation?

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HBO’s Cold War Drama ‘The Missionary’ Casts A ‘Breaking Bad’ Star After All

Earlier this year we heard the exciting news that (soon-to-be former) ‘Breaking Bad‘ star Aaron Paul was considered the frontrunner for the title role in HBO’s upcoming drama ‘The Missionary,’ shooting after the AMC drama’s 2013 end.  That role was recently given to ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter‘ star Benjamin Walker after scheduling difficulties with Paul, but the show has netted yet another 'Breaking Bad' star, also one-time 'Friday Night Lights' star Jesse Plemons.  Wait til you hear who he plays!

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Why Didn’t HBO or NBC Want ‘The Walking Dead’?

In the past, we've heard about networks passing up some great dramas now and again, like when 'Breaking Bad' almost went to FX, before landing on AMC as the Emmy-winning bad-ass drama we all know it to be. But did you know that before AMC scored even bigger with Robert Kirkman's 'The Walking Dead,' HBO and NBC were in the market for the zombie-thriller as well? What made them pass on something that's become such a cultural phenomeon?

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James Gandolfini Returning to HBO for UK-Adapted ‘Criminal Justice’ TV Series

Don't count your cannolis just yet, but it seems like HBO might have its most recognizable star Tony Soprano James Gandolfini returning to the cable network that made him an icon. The former 'Soprano's' star has just signed on to become the lead in the pilot episode for 'Criminal Justice,' adapted from the 2008 Peter Moffatt BBC crime drama of the same name. However, will Gandolfini stick with the series if HBO decides to pick up the pilot?

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True Blood Season 5 Premiere-Was it Worth the Wait? [Survey]

The season 5 premiere of True Blood premiered last night and as usually it was full of twists and turns and non-stop action.  I must admit I was kind of excited when I heard the familiar tune from Jace Everett.

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Robert De Niro to Tackle Bernie Madoff Character in HBO Movie

Robert De Niro, who’s never one to shy away from portraying criminals, has signed on to play Bernie Madoff in a potential HBO movie about the disgraced financier.

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Rick’s Top 10 Reasons Suddenlink Is Better Than Netflix & Hulu

If you've been wondering about Switching to Suddenlink for your Cable, Phone and Internet, here a 10 reasons why you should consider it.

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If You Are Suffering From True Blood Withdrawal Now There is Help [VIDEO]

I am a huge fan of the HBO series True Blood.  After the first episode of the first season I was hooked.  So hooked, that I ran out and bought all the Sookie Stackhouse novels that were in print so I wouldn't have to wait on Season 2 of True Blood.   I cannot wait for the new season.

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Big Love Finale: Big Love or Big Disappointment

I have a love for HBO Series.  I find myself heartbroken when a series ends.  It is even more heartbreaking when the series ends with a bad ending.  The ending to The Soprano's left people in shock and awe.  Not because Tony Soprano died but because it just cut off, not even a fade to black (I'm sure cable companies across the country got an ear full that night).  Sex in the City ended on a happy note.  Six Feet Under, the best ending of a series ever, left no stone unturned.  Then last night we said good-bye to Big Love's Hendrickson Family.

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