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Lena Dunham's 'Girls': Still Sex, Still The City, Different Show

Lena Dunham's new series Girls debuts on HBO on April 15. Dunham, who got quite a bit of attention for being the star, director and writer of the 2010 indie film Tiny Furniture, fills the same three roles in this ensemble show about four young women in New York.
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'60 Minutes' Newsman Mike Wallace Has Died

CBS News is reporting that veteran newsman Mike Wallace has died at age 93.
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Mary J. Blige Burger King Commercial Draws Ire

There's growing controversy over a Burger King ad featuring singer Mary J Blige. Blige apologized for the ad on Thursday, saying she didn't approve the final version.
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Kerry Washington On Bringing Washington 'Scandal' To TV

Kerry Washington has a new network drama about a crisis manager in D.C. She says it might remind you of other D.C. shows, but it's got its own interesting inspiration.
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With 'Scandal,' ABC Targets Black Female Viewers

ABC's new drama Scandal, from Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, depicts a powerful black woman in Washington, D.C.: Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), a top-flight crisis manager. Critic Eric Deggans says the show is an example of programming increasingly aimed at black female viewers.
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Fred Savage: A Child Star Makes Good, With Less Than Wholesome Comedies

Fred Savage has gone from child actor to a producer and director with a new comedy on NBC. He says growing up in show business doesn't have to mean a life of crime and disaster.

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