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'Late Show' Host Says He Has Finally Found His Post-'Colbert Report' Voice

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David Lynch eats a donut in Showtime's bare-bones teaser for the Twin Peaks revival. Showtime/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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'Twin Peaks' Revival Promises Weirdness And Mystery — But Is That Enough?

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Kenya Barris On 'Black-ish' And What Kids Lose When They Grow Up With More

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'I Never Set Out To Be An Actor,' Says 'Transparent' Star Gaby Hoffmann

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Aisha Hinds (at left) will play Harriet Tubman in the second season of WGN America's Underground, alongside (left to right) Amirah Vann, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge, Alano Miller and Jessica de Gouw. Courtesy of WGN America hide caption

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At Last, Harriet Tubman Strides Onto Our Screens

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Elena of Avalor is Disney's first Latina princess. Her show features music drawn from all over Central and South America. Disney Channel/Disney Channel hide caption

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'Elena Of Avalor' Takes The Throne As Disney's First Latina Princess

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The third season of the Netflix anthology drama, Black Mirror, featured six different stories that centered on technology. It comes in at No. 2 on David Bianculli's list of favorite TV shows in 2016. David Dettmann/Netflix hide caption

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'A Lot Going On': Critic David Bianculli Picks The Best TV Of 2016

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'My Drunk Kitchen' YouTube Star Pens Essays About Her Past In 'Buffering'

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Atlanta, starring Donald Glover, is one of critic Eric Deggans' favorite shows of 2016. Matthias Clamer/FX hide caption

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2016 Had So Much Good TV, It Was Almost Too Much — We Pick Some Standouts

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Zsa Zsa Gabor in 1954. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Zsa Zsa Gabor, An Icon Of Camp, Glitz And Glam, Dies At 99

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'The Man In The High Castle' Returns To Amazon For Season 2

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Alia Shawkat stars as Dory in the TBS comedy Search Party. Courtesy of Turner hide caption

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A Critic's Year-End 'Ghost File': Books, Movies And TV Shows He Didn't Review

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