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The Netflix logo is seen on the company's building on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. The streaming giant is one of many platforms that contributed to streaming outperforming both broadcast and cable in TV viewership numbers for July. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy in the series Harley Quinn. HBO Max hide caption

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Melanie Field, Abbi Jacobson and D'Arcy Carden star in the Amazon Prime series A League Of Their Own. Nicola Goode/Prime Video hide caption

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Joyful protests and funny rituals with Reservation Dogs' Dallas Goldtooth

In FX's Reservation Dogs, Dallas Goldtooth plays the character "Spirit" — a Native American warrior in feathers and buckskin who curses and makes dirty jokes. Dallas also brings his irreverence to the frontlines of protests against oil pipelines. He talks to guest host Tracie Hunte about merging his passions for comedy and organizing, and how he's changing stereotypes with heaps of joy.

Joyful protests and funny rituals with Reservation Dogs' Dallas Goldtooth

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Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss poses with the NBA Championship trophy after Game 6 of the NBA Finals with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Philadelphia 76ers on May 16, 1980 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rich Pilling/NBAE via Getty Images hide caption

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'Legacy' offers a blander history of the LA Lakers 'Showtime' era

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The heroine of Prey, Naru, is played by Amber Midthunder. David Bukach/ Hulu hide caption

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How a Grammy-winning Pueblo musician influenced the soundtrack for 'Prey'

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L-R Sydney Bell, Charity Holloway, Arianna Davis, Ashley Williams, Jayla Sullivan, Asia Banks, and Kiara Mooring: some of the hopeful women competing to join Lizzo's Big Grrrls James Clark/James Clark/Amazon Prime Video hide caption

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Desus Nice, Denzel Washington and The Kid Mero on Showtime's Desus & Mero. Greg Endries/Showtime hide caption

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In 'Industry,' Myha'la Herrold makes herself undeniable

In HBO's Industry, Myha'la Herrold plays Harper, a ruthless young trading floor analyst working for a bank in London. We've seen characters like her before — think of the power-obsessed personalities in shows like Billions and Succession. The big difference? The stakes are much higher for a young Black woman like Harper.

In 'Industry,' Myha'la Herrold makes herself undeniable

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Bear Grylls on how to S-T-O-P fighting fear in everyday life

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