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From Scrawny To Sexy: Behold Charlie Hunnam’s Beautiful Transformation

9 September 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

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Sons of Anarchy‘s final season begins tonight, which means we get a healthy serving of eye candy in the form of Charlie Hunnam. Yowza! It’s been a wild ride for the English actor, who didn’t always have a grizzly beard and menacing looks.

Charlie first popped onto the scene over 15 years ago on the British version of Queer As Folk, all blonde, floppy-haired, and innocent. After a stint on Fox’s Undeclared, and roles in Nicholas Nickleby and Cold Mountain, his looks started to mature. Once he got his starring role on Sons of Anarchy in 2008, the blonde hair was longer, and the beard was in full swing. Nowadays, he only shaves for special occasions — like last year’s Pacific Rim — and routinely shows us all how much hard work in the gym can pay off. Originally cast as Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey, »

- Taylor Ferber

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Queer As Folk is 15 years old: Looking back on a classic

23 February 2014 1:00 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

15 years is a long time. It's a whole Nathan Maloney. And yet - as much as Stuart Alan Jones would hate the reminder - today marks 15 years since Queer As Folk hit our television screens.

Since I was 10 the first time the show was on air, it's not much of a surprise that I didn't see it then (I assume I was more concerned with the Spice Girls and getting the DJ at our Year Six disco to play 'Sex on the Beach'). But watching it now, it's a pleasure to see that the show lives up to all its hype.

Yes, it was a groundbreaking show. This was a series which focused on gay men, that didn't shy away from getting graphic, and that was unapologetic in its subject matter. But aside from breaking the taboos, and the importance of having a series like that on television, was it actually any good? »

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Netflix Adds 'House of Cards' Director's Commentary From David Fincher, James Foley, Allen Coulter and More

3 January 2014 10:50 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

When season one of "House of Cards" premiered on Netflix February 1st of last year, it arrived with a major filmmaker attached -- David Fincher, who made his television directing debut with the first two episodes, and remains attached in the upcoming second season as an executive producer. Fincher was joined by an impressive array of guest directors on the series -- James Foley ("Glengarry Glen Ross"), Charles McDougall ("Queer as Folk," "Sex and the City"), Carl Franklin ("Devil in a Blue Dress," "Out of Time"), Allen Coulter ("Hollywoodland," "The Sopranos") and, hey, Joel Schumacher. Now Netflix has added director's commentary from all six episode directors on season one, available as an alternate audio track with each installment. It's an awfully cool feature, especially in the two Fincher episodes, which find the "Social Network" filmmaker talking in detail both about the scenes on screen and about how the series came »

- Alison Willmore

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Netflix Adds 'House of Cards' Director's Commentary From David Fincher, James Foley, Allen Coulter and More

3 January 2014 10:50 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When season one of "House of Cards" premiered on Netflix February 1st of last year, it arrived with a major filmmaker attached -- David Fincher, who made his television directing debut with the first two episodes, and remains attached in the upcoming second season as an executive producer. Fincher was joined by an impressive array of guest directors on the series -- James Foley ("Glengarry Glen Ross"), Charles McDougall ("Queer as Folk," "Sex and the City"), Carl Franklin ("Devil in a Blue Dress," "Out of Time"), Allen Coulter ("Hollywoodland," "The Sopranos") and, hey, Joel Schumacher. Now Netflix has added director's commentary from all six episode directors on season one, available as an alternate audio track with each installment. It's an awfully cool feature, especially in the two Fincher episodes, which find the "Social Network" filmmaker talking in detail both about the scenes on screen and about how the series came »

- Alison Willmore

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Twelve Very Promising New TV Shows To Watch In 2014 (Part Two)

2 January 2014 5:20 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

6. The Spoils of Babylon

The Spoils of Babylon is an upcoming American comedy miniseries by Saturday Night Live veterans Andrew Steele and Matt Piedmont, directed by Piedmont (Casa de Mi Padre), and starring Tobey Maguire, Kristen Wiig, Tim Robbins, Jessica Alba, Val Kilmer, Haley Joel Osment, Michael Sheen, and Will Ferrell. It’s doubtful that any other sitcom on the small screen will be able to rival the star-power of this IFC mock-miniseries. The show is intended to be a spoof of the epic-scale TV events prevalent on American network television in the 1970s and 80s such as The Thorn Birds and Rich Man, Poor Man. Spoils of Babylon comes from the Funny or Die production house, and premieres at 10 p.m. Et Jan. 9 on IFC.

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5. Chozen

Chozen is FX’s newest animated comedy from Eastbound & Down creators Danny McBride and Jody Hill, and Archer creator Adam Reed. The show, »

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