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Another familiar face is coming back to Coach. , who played special teams coach Michael "Dauber" Dybinski, has signed on as a series regular for the upcoming NBC revival, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Fagerbakke was a series regular throughout Coach's original nine-season run on ABC. He joins star , who will reprise his role as Hayden Fox and also executive produce the series. The follow-up, which is slated to premiere midseason on NBC, picks up 18 years later with Hayden serving as an assistant coach to...

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The Golden State Warriors aren't the only ones celebrating. Game six of the NBA Finals, which saw the Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers to clinch the championship, was the highest-rated game six ever on ABC and solidified the 2015 games as the highest-rated NBA Finals in network history. Game six delivered a 15.9 overnight rating, up eight percent from the most recent game six (14.7 rating) in 2013. Overall, the series averaged a 13.9 rating, rising 31 percent from last year's games (10.6), which wrapped in five games. Despite the heavy competition,...

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is returning to the scene of the Crime. The actress has signed on as a series regular for the second season of , ABC announced Tuesday. She joins fellow returning stars and , who will all play new roles in season two of the anthology drama. In season one, King recurred as Aliyah, the devoutly religious sister of Carter (), who ventured to Modesto in order to help her brother navigate a judicial system...

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This story first appeared in a special Emmy issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Before miniseries first landed their own Emmy category in 1973, all anthology-format programs from TV's early days competed as drama series. But the Academy's categorizing of special-event series hasn't gotten any easier over the past four decades. For example, in 2014, HBO's eight- episode anthology was accepted to compete as a drama, while FX's 10-episode Fargo was placed in the miniseries category. This was possible because of the TV Academy's "dual...

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