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TV Bits: HBO Passes on ‘The Corrections’, ‘The West Wing’ Reunites for Walking PSA

After a decade of false starts on the big screen, an adaptation Jonathan Franzen‘s The Corrections looked to finally be making some headway on the small screen. HBO began developing it as a series with producer Scott Rudin last fall, and quickly signed director Noah Baumbach as well as a high-profile cast including Ewan McGregor, [...]
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