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As "Game of Thrones" swept the Emmys to become the most awarded narrative series in history, the TV world remarked approvingly that its exceptional production values were being given due recognition. Critics say its success is emblematic of an increasingly disturbing predilection in television for intense violence, with directors swapping old-fashioned scares for the kind of gut-churning gore once confined to R-rated movies.Network shows like NBC's "Hannibal" demonstrate that violence isn't confined to cable.Actress and producer Naomi Grossman, who starred in two seasons of FX's "American Horror Story," says she wants to see "more sex and less violence" on TV.
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