Actor Jeff Daniels is interviewed during the Los Angeles Season 3 Premiere of HBO's "The Newsroom" at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
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LOS ANGELES: There were neither tears nor cheers at this TV-season premiere.The party Tuesday night at the Directors Guild in Hollywood was simply to kick off the show's third and last season, which premieres Sunday (9 p.m. EST), and to say "good show" one last time.The second season earned generally stronger reviews, and its premiere saw ratings rebound -- though it eventually became clear the show would never become one of HBO's blockbusters, such as Alan Poul's own "Six Feet Under".Daniels said spending three seasons walking in a reporter's shoes left him with a greater appreciation of the challenges facing journalists.
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