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We've seen the idea of mind control in the movies -- for instance "The Force" in Star Wars -- but now the BBC is testing mind control for its iPlayer, it revealed Thursday in a blog post. The iPlayer is the broadcaster's VOD service that allows for catch-up viewing and access to some original content on TV screens, computers, tablets and other devices. The U.K. public broadcaster reported that it took a brainwave reading headset and created a "mind control TV" prototype designed to allow a consumer to open an experimental version of BBC iPlayer and select content, using their brainwaves. To...

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is moving up at CBS. The exec has been promoted to executive vp comedy development at CBS Entertainment, the network announced Thursday. Pernworth succeeds longtime CBS exec Wendi Trilling, who announced her plan to depart at the end of June when her contract expires after 24 years with the network. In her new role, Pernworth will head CBS's comedy department and oversee development of new comedy series for the network. Pernworth joined CBS in 2000 as vp comedy development and was promoted to svp comedy development in 2006. During her career,...

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It's hard to decide what's more surprising: that creator went after the gang member who broke into his Echo Park, Calif. house, or that he used the horrifying home invasion as the inspiration for a TV show. "The starting point of all of it was just examining the impulse in myself to follow this guy after confronting him in front of my house because, to be honest, I just didn`t really think about it," Nix tells The Hollywood Reporter. "It was not a rational decision and if I had approached it as a rational decision, I...

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For years, helped set the zeitgeist writing for shows like The O.C. and . Now she's going back in time as the executive producer of ABC's new miniseries Astronaut Wives Club, which premieres Thursday at 8 p.m. Based on Koppel's book of the same name, the 10-episode series documents the wives of the Mercury Seven astronauts picked to help pioneer the U.S. space program going from 1959 to 1971. "I loved the idea of doing something that was period," she tells The Hollywood Reporter....

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