FILE - In this file image released by FX, a scene is shown from the FX original series, "Sons of Anarchy." Television executives who spoke to the media recently about the tragic shootings in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo., say the events bothered them, but none offered concrete examples of how it is changing what they put on the air, or if that is necessary. FX President John Landgraf said he was in favor of further study about any correlation between entertainment and real violence. Landgraf pointed out that the zombie series "Walking Dead" and brutally violent "Sons of Anarchy" are both very popular in England and that country has far fewer gun murders than the United States. (AP Photo/FX, Prashant Gupta, File)

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FILE - In this file image released by FX, a scene is shown from the FX original series, "Sons of Anarchy." Television executives who spoke to the media recently about the tragic shootings in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo., say the events bothered them, but none offered concrete examples of how it is changing what they put on the air, or if that is necessary. FX President John Landgraf said he was in favor of further study about any correlation between entertainment and real violence. Landgraf pointed out that the zombie series "Walking Dead" and brutally violent "Sons of Anarchy" are both very popular in England and that country has far fewer gun murders than the United States. (AP Photo/FX, Prashant Gupta, File)
FILE - In this file image released by FX, a scene is shown from the FX original series, "Sons of Anarchy." Television executives who spoke to the media recently about the tragic shootings in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo., say the events bothered them, but none offered concrete examples of how it is changing what they put on the air, or if that is necessary. FX President John Landgraf said he was in favor of further study about any correlation between entertainment and real violence. Landgraf pointed out that the zombie series "Walking Dead" and brutally violent "Sons of Anarchy" are both very popular in England and that country has far fewer gun murders than the United States. (AP Photo/FX, Prashant Gupta, File)
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