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‘Penny Dreadful’ Writer John Logan on ‘Cultural Appropriation’: ‘Writers Have to Dream Freely’

A city planning document might not seem like a promising place to find inspiration for a new season of a fantasy horror series – but John Logan, the Tony winning, Oscar-nominated writer of Gladiator and The Aviator has never been a typical Hollywood figure. Despite being L.A.-born and bred, he isn’t

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SNL’s Best Political Impressions of the Past 20 Years

Saturday Night Live has been the home to some of the most memorable United States political comedy skits for the past 30 years. And some of them have become so ingrained in pop culture that they’re remembered more fondly than the actual politicians themselves.   We've put together a list of SNL's be

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The Grammys Rebrand ‘Urban’ and Rap Categories to Be More Inclusive

As part of an ongoing commitment to “evolve with the musical landscape,” the Grammys unveiled a number of key changes to their annual award categories this week.    On June 10, the Recording Academy announced plans to rebrand its Best Urban Contemporary Album category as Best Progressive R&B Album,

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‘S.W.A.T.’ Creator Aaron Rahsaan Thomas Knows Cop Shows Need To Do Better

Aaron Rahsaan Thomas grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, where he was aware of the complicated relationship between his community and the cops. One day, a police officer would be teaching neighborhood kids how to ride a bike; the next week, a 12-year-old kid would be shot and killed by an officer.   S

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Netflix Launched a Black Lives Matter Collection of 45 Films and TV Shows

Film and television can be powerful tools in the fight against racism. And, in light of the recent Black Lives Matter movement around the world, many people are turning to these resources to learn more about systemic racism experienced by black people. In response, Netflix released a collection of 4

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How Deaf Advocates Won the Battle for Closed Captioning and Changed the Way Americans Watch TV

Harry Lang had just graduated from college with a bachelor’s degree in physics. But as Americans across the country gathered around their television sets to witness this historic moment, Lang, who is deaf and thus could not hear the words that went with those famous images, was unable to follow alon

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CNN and Lousy NEWS SERVICE

I am a significant holder of at&t stock. I voted against all board of directors for at&t and will do so at every turn. I have been able to get many others to also vote against the directors and will continue on this path until they do something to stop CNN from being nothing but a front for the demo

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Central Park review: Amazing new Apple series borrows from Bollywood in the best way possible

Elaborately choreographed musical numbers, family drama, and a moustache-twirling villain -- Apple's new show isn't a Bollywood song-and-dance spectacle (despite the repeated spotting of a sardarji), but an animated sitcom from the creators of Bob's Burgers. Central Park is a delightful addition to

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The 20 Best Friends Episodes to Watch On HBO Max

Friends is one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time. Viewers discovered magic the day that Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) ran out on her wedding and found her old friend Monica (Courteney Cox) at Central Perk. With Friends available now on HBO Max, a complete series rewatch may be in order. But

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‘Belgravia’: Did the Duchess of Richmond’s Ball Really Happen?

When Downton Abbey premiered on ITV and PBS in 2010/2011, creator Julian Fellowes kicked off the action with a tragedy known the world over — the sinking of the RMS Titanic, in which more than 1500 people lost their lives on April 15, 1912. For his new drama, Belgravia, premiering in April on EPIX,

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‘Snowpiercer’: If You Loved Bong Joon-ho’s Movie, The TV Series Is For You

Filmmaker Bong Joon-ho has had a big year. His 2019 dark comedy thriller Parasite was nominated for over 300 awards, winning almost 200 of them, including Oscars for Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture."Snowpiercer" was Bong's English-language debut. It premiered in 2014 and st

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Stargirl Showrunner Geoff Johns Shares The Hidden Story Behind DC’s Newest TV Heroine

Writer/producer Geoff Johns has made a career of finding intriguing new stories in the depths of DC Comics mythology and bringing them to the page and screen. But his latest project Stargirl, a charming family-friendly superhero series that debuts on DC Universe on May 17 and CW on May 18, is person

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