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'True Detective' and Hollywood's mystery binge

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A mystery is an armature on which to hang a bunch of disparate characters without the necessity of character development, and four are coming with "True Detective: Night Country" leading the pack.
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Hollywood has been on a mystery binge. Now, pick a murder of your choice Click to view images

Mystery TV series abound with "True Detective: Night Country," :Monsieur Spade," "Death and Other Details" and "Criminal Record" all premiering in a span of a week — that's a whole lotta murder.

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'Mean Girls' makes theaters run pink once again as it sings its way to $28 million Click to view images

"Mean Girls," the film adaptation of a musical that was adapted from a movie which was adapted from a book, bullied its way to the top of the box office in its opening weekend.

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At his first stand-up set post-Globes, Jo Koy lashes out at Hollywood 'marshmallows' Click to view images

Reviews for the comedian's Globes hosting were strongly negative, but he's turning the flameout into new material — as well as a message of learning through failing.

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Peter Crombie, a classic comic menace on TV's 'Seinfeld,' dies at 71 Click to view images

In addition to his quotable character on "Seinfeld," Crombie could be seen in much notable film work of the 1990s by directors Oliver Stone and David Fincher.

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Bill Hayes, longtime TV star of 'Days of Our Lives,' dies at 98 Click to view images

The theater and TV veteran had a professional career that began in the 1950s — and also topped the Billboard charts with "The Ballad of Davy Crockett."

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Commentary: The new 'Mean Girls' isn't perfect. But it's justice for Janis Click to view images

The "Mean Girls" movie musical contains any number of updates to the 2004 original — but none as significant, or meaningful, as its treatment of Janis.

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NFL is in advanced talks on taking a stake in Disney's ESPN Click to view images

ESPN would take over the NFL's media operations in return for an equity stake in the channel, which faces a challenging future due to consumers cutting the pay TV cord.

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