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Walker will sign new partners and oversee the programming strategy for Base79
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The single-camera series will star the stand-up comic as a happily married father of five living in New York City
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Changing sales priorities, plus a crowded field of viewing options and some serious big-screen competition have all played a role
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The Academy Award Winner refutes New York Times article saying she was being evicted
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Directed classic films such as "Serpico" and "Dog Day Afternoon"
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Arnold really has a great sense of who has talent as well as who is bull----ting and who isn’t, and he doesn’t suffer fools at...
Network gives full-season orders to "Hawaii Five-O," "Blue Bloods," "Mike & Molly," "The Defenders," and $#*! My Dad Says"
The peacock struts out its talent stable to see the NBCU entertainment chairman accept the ADL's industry award