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and The Hollywood Reporter discuss the new Netflix drama series “Gone Girls,” “The Killing,” and the return of “Game of Thrones.”

Read MoreOn Sunday, E!

announced that it would be returning to its Emmy-winning drama series schedule.

The network has announced a second season of “The Blacklist,” “Treme,” “Scandal,” “Homeland,” and “Veep.”

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is currently the only network to have won four Emmys in a row.

“Gone and the upcoming season of ‘The BlackList’ is just the beginning of a stellar lineup of original content on E!, as we expand our Emmy-nominated roster of programming and new series, including ‘The Killing’ and the new season of Emmy-winner ‘Scandal,’ both of which have also won Emmy nominations,” E!

CEO Tom Lemmer said in a statement.

“Our goal is to make our audiences’ entertainment experiences more diverse and inclusive.”

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has not released any details about the next season of the series, but the network is expected to debut its first new series in a year.

The show, which will premiere in 2017, will follow a team of high-ranking FBI agents investigating a murder in the middle of a cold war, with a plot that involves espionage, revenge, and the use of the supernatural.

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also announced that the network has picked up a drama series about the early days of the Vietnam War called “A World of Difference,” which will follow the story of a young Vietnamese girl and her family during the Vietnam war.

The series is executive produced by Peter Jennings and Peter Kosmoff.

The Emmy nominations will air at 9 p.m.

ET/PT on Sunday, Feb. 26 on E!

on E!.

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is also set to pick up a comedy series about a fictional police department, “Derek, starring Matt Dillon.

The sitcom is executive-produced by Dillon, who is also the executive producer of the NBC comedy “The Simpsons.”

It is slated to premiere on March 4, 2017.

Dillon is repped by WME and Mosaic Entertainment.

E!’s upcoming slate of original programming includes a third season of comedy series “Nashville,” starring Justin Timberlake and Kristen Wiig.

It is set to premiere in 2019.

The pilot episode is expected in the fall.

The network also picked up comedy series from “Modern Family,” “Community,” and other shows that are expected to return for a second or third season.

The first season of that show is currently in production, and it is expected for a spring premiere.