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"Key & Peele," binge-watching and Walter White are out for 2014 Presenting the 2014 TV Calendar "Sherlock's" return watched by a whopping 9.2 million UK viewers
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The way he learned he got the part is pretty great
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Sam Elliot stars as Sam Houston, the visionary who nearly single-handedly forged the state of Texas into a powerful entity in its own right. Refusing to forget the Alamo (as if anyone could), Houston led the military in Texas' rebellion against Mexico. G.D. Spradlin co-stars as President Andrew Jackson, with Michael Beck appearing as Jim Bowie, James Stephens as Stephen Austin, and Richard Yniguez as Mexican General Santa Anna. Lensed on location in the Lone Star state, this sweeping made-for-TV film originally occupied three hours' screen time on November 22, 1986. Its title at that time was Houston: The Legend of Texas. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will be back in January, along with 'Downton Abbey'
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