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How Netflix revolutionized US television many times over

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From doorstep DVD delivery to binge-watching on tablets and phones: In 17 years, Netflix has revolutionized the US television industry several times over.

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Chelsea Clinton steps down from TV job

In this Tuesday, May 28, 2013, file photo, Chelsea Clinton, from the Clinton Foundation, speaks during an interview at the Women Deliver conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Clinton is quitting her job as a reporter at NBC News. Clinton has been working at the network since 2011, sporadically doing feature stories on people or organizations doing public-spirited work. The network announced her exit on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. She was initially hired to do stories for Brian Williams' "Rock Center" newsmagazine, but that program was canceled. Her work occasionally appeared on NBC's "Nightly News." (AP Photo/Mark Baker, File)

Chelsea Clinton announced Friday that she was stepping down from a part-time reporting job on US television to focus on charity work as she prepares to give birth to her first child.

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Fil-Am actor stars in ‘aswang’ episode on ‘Grimm’

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’Actor Reggie Lee of Filipino descent plays Sergeant Wu in the NBC detective-fantasy series “Grimm”.  Lee provided a story for one of the show’s episodes entitled “Mother Dearest” about a scary character in Philippine folklore called the “Aswang”.  Screen grab from NBC

“This is a story that has been told over and over again within my family and my friends’ families in the Philippines,” Filipino-American actor Reggie Lee told the Philippine Daily Inquirer about the plot featuring “aswang” in the “Mommy Dearest” episode of NBC’s “Grimm,” which airs on Friday, March 7, at 9:00 p.m. in the United States.

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Par for controversial sitcom’s contentious course

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JONES. His religious beliefs run counter to his show’s “sexy” style.

The US television world was recently boggled by reports that Angus T. Jones, the teen star on “Two and a Half Men,” railed against the hit series that had made him popular, in effect biting the hand that fed and “made” him.

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‘Mad Men’ wins best drama Emmy for fourth year

The cast of "Mad Men" gather backstage at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011 in Los Angeles. Mad Men won best drama series. (AP Photo/Jae Hong)

LOS ANGELES – Cult ad agency drama “Mad Men” won the best drama Emmy for the fourth year Sunday, at the US television industry’s annual awards show. The brilliantly-stylized drama, which has spawned a host of lookalike shows, fought off notably the strongly-tipped “Boardwalk Empire” to take the best drama Emmy at the climax of […]

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