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ABC has ordered drama pilot “Flesh And Blood” from exec producer and writer Jenna Bans. The series will follow the return of a local politician’s son who was presumed dead, after disappearing over a decade earlier. While the mysterious young man is welcomed back to his family and community, his presumed murderer and neighbor is released from prison, and the cop responsible is
Valve has revealed today that, since the launch of its Steam Workshop service in late 2011, users who have created and contributed in-game items sold in Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have collectively pocketed over USD$57 million. Valve explains this money was earned by over 1,500 contributors across 75 countries.
“When we launched the Workshop late in 2011, we expected that it would grow, but not that it would grow this much, this quickly,” writes Valve’s Alden Kroll.
Valve has also announced that revenue-generating Workshops will no longer to be limited to in-house Valve games; the first curated Workshops for non-Valve games have now opened.
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This week’s The 100 was an excellent episode that offered us some really interesting new character interactions, while showing us just how much this group is evolving and growing in fascinating ways.
Octavia’s big fight scene with that Grounder was completely brutal and completely riveting.