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Laurence Fishburne as Doc Rivers in Clipped. Kelsey McNeal/FX hide caption

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James Gandolfini and Edie Falco in The Sopranos. HBO/Getty Images hide caption

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Rosario Dawson, Tara Reid, and Rachael Leigh Cook in Josie and the Pussycats. Moviestore Collection Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo hide caption

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Sarah Kameela Impey as Saira in We Are Lady Parts. Peacock hide caption

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Kiefer Sutherland in Designated Survivor. Netflix hide caption

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Kristen Wiig plays a former pageant queen in Palm Royale. Apple TV+ hide caption

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Years ago, a psychic told Kristen Wiig to move to LA. She left the next day

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Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington in Bridgerton. Netflix hide caption

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Robert Downey Jr. (left) and Hoa Xuande (right) in the HBO adaptation of Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Sympathizer. Beth Dubber/HBO hide caption

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This new show gives a little heard perspective on the Vietnam War

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Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton and Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington. Liam Daniel/Netflix hide caption

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What took him so long? Colin finally likes Penelope back in 'Bridgerton' season 3

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Tyler James Williams and Quinta Brunson co-star as teachers on Abbott Elementary. ABC hide caption

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From child star to 'Abbott,' Tyler James Williams pays it forward to the kids on set

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Nickelodeon television show Blue's Clues host Steve Burns rides a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in New York City in November 2021. Ted Shaffrey/AP hide caption

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Sam Reid and Jacob Anderson in the second season of AMC's Interview With the Vampire. Larry Horricks/AMC hide caption

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Nemo of Switzerland, who performed the song "The Code," celebrates after winning the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo, Sweden, on Saturday. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Can Netflix build a factory for appointment TV?

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"It warms my heart to know that little Black kids out there will be like, 'Oh, I can be The Doctor,'" Ncuti Gatwa says. "It feels like a huge, lovely responsibility." Disney hide caption

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New 'Doctor Who' star Ncuti Gatwa feels 'sad' for critics of show's diversity

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Switzerland's Nemo rehearses "The Code" before the second semifinal. Jessica Gow/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty hide caption

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Eurovision 2024: Here are the songs with the best shot at glory

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Arthur Hughes plays the title character in Hulu's four-part series, Shardlake. Martin Mlaka/Hulu hide caption

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Beautifully acted 'Shardlake' brings 500-year-old Tudor intrigue into the present day

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Jeannie Epper accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Taurus World Stunt Awards in 2007. M. Phillips/WireImage/Getty hide caption

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Pioneering stuntwoman Jeannie Epper, of 'Wonder Woman' and 'Charlie's Angels' dies

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