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In 'Veep,' Julia Louis-Dreyfus Plays A 'Political Animal' With Bite

Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns to series television in Veep Sunday night on HBO. She talks to NPR's Rachel Martin about the frustrated vice president she plays, why you'll never see the president, and her career in comedy.
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Dick Clark, America's Oldest Teenager, Dies At 82

American Bandstand host Dick Clark died in Santa Monica, Calif., Wednesday, at the age of 82. He had been in fragile health since suffering a major stroke several years ago. Besides Bandstand and New Years Rockin' Eve, Clark also produced several successful games shows and award shows.
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Sunday Night The New Hot TV Spot

Sunday nights are overflowing with good TV — Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The Good Wife and more. TV critic Eric Deggans says his DVR looks more like a traffic jam.
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'Airbender' Creators Reclaim Their World In 'Korra'

The big-screen version of The Last Airbender was a box-office disaster, panned by critics and loathed by fans of the popular TV series it was based on. Now, as NPR's Neda Ulaby reports, the original show's creators have been given the rare chance to rebuild their franchise with a new series.
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Dining With Disaster: Reviving The Last Meal On The Titanic

Dining on the doomed ship Titanic was epic, and many people are recreating those feasts to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ship's demise. First-class passengers feasted on oysters, foie gras, and other luxuries.
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Lena Dunham's 'Girls' Navigate New York City Life

This Sunday, HBO premieres Girls, a new comedy series written and directed by 25-year-old Lena Dunham, who first grabbed the media spotlight with her film Tiny Furniture in 2010. David Bianculli says the series is a cross between Sex and the City and Louie.
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Judy Smith, Real Life Inspiration Behind 'Scandal'

The new ABC drama Scandal follows the work of a Washington fixer, someone who helps high-profile politicians and celebrities survive a crisis. Guest host Viviana Hurtado speaks with Judy Smith, the real-life crisis manager who inspired the show, Scandal.

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