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Steel yourself for the midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" by looking back at photos from the entire season (spoiler alert if you haven't watched the most recent episodes). Plus, catch up with Cliff Curtis of "Fear the Walking Dead" and learn more about Season 2.

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What TV Shows Have Been Canceled?

Keep track of the broadcast, cable, and streaming shows you love with our rundown of all this season's renewals, cancellations, and more.

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Holiday TV Viewing Guide

Here's a rundown of all the premieres, specials, finales, live events, TV movies, and more to keep you glued to the small screen this season.

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Holiday Movies on Amazon Video

For your holiday viewing pleasure, we suggest watching A Christmas Story, The Nightmare Before Christmas, or Elf on Amazon Video. We have some more holiday recommendations, too.

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In a August 10, 2013 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee that giving Frozen (2013) a timeless feel was important to them. In the article, it reads: ""What makes something a classic film is there is that quality that it speaks to you whether it is 1930 or 2013," said Lee, admitting that Cinderella (1950) and The Little Mermaid (1989) are still her favorite Disney animated features. For Frozen (2013), she related that the directors aimed to make the film both "timeless and timely. ... We just kept pushing to make sure there are themes in this movie that make it relatable." Lee (also a writer on the film) noted that at its heart, the feature is a story about sisters, and John Lasseter helped to elevate that point. "When we were still just discovering the story we'd show John [the work] he'd say 'you have to go deeper.' That is the key to John-You have to have worked each scene to the point where you know exactly what it means and why, and you got the most out of it." Buck-whose favorite Disney animated film is still Pinocchio (1940)-added that Lasseter would "also keep us on track ... with so make people and voices in the room, you can start to stray." Incidentally, the two went to CalArts together and "have that same love of Disney. ... I love that classic feel; it is ingrained in me.""

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