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Last year, 12 Years a Slave won the Best Picture Oscar.

When Will the Hollywood Superhero Reflect the Audience That Roots for Him?

Last year, 12 Years a Slave won the Best Picture Oscar.

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ABC loses a top exec and gains a (potential) new hit show, "Resurrection." Also, is there too much good TV? Can Amazon rival Netflix?

The State of ABC; Is There Too Much Good TV?; Amazon Shows

ABC loses a top exec and gains a (potential) new hit show, "Resurrection." Also, is there too much good TV? Can Amazon rival Netflix?

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