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Brett Gray (left) as Jamal Turner, and Peggy Blow as Abuela, a lovable, pot-smoking grandma, in the first season of the Netflix teen drama On My Block. Netflix/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Netflix Curbs Tobacco Use Onscreen, But Not Pot. What's Up With That?

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'Mindhunter' Actor Jonathan Groff On His Most Life-Altering Roles

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Anthology Series 'Why Women Kill' Weaves 3 Mysteries In 3 Decades

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Old-Style Televisions Show Up On Porches In Virginia County

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Janet Mock attends a red-carpet event for Pose earlier this month. Mock is a writer, director and producer of the TV show about ball culture in 1980s New York City. Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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On 'Pose,' Janet Mock Tells The Stories She Craved As A Young Trans Person

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Kendall (Jeremy Strong, right) is back in season 2, still dealing with members of his father's staff, like Karolina (Dagmara Dominczyk). Craig Blankenhorn/HBO hide caption

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The Lasting Impact Of 'Dora The Explorer'

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'Succession' Season 2 Is A Cleverly Plotted Portrait Of Privilege

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TV Providers Are Still Looking For The Next 'Game Of Thrones'

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On The Bachelorette, Hannah Brown — a Miss Alabama USA winner from Tuscaloosa — recently sparked a conversation about sex and morality. "I can't decide if I'm glad it was me or not that started the conversation — but I'm in it now," she says. Mark Bourdillon/ABC via AP hide caption

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'I Have Had Sex ... And Jesus Still Loves Me': 'Bachelorette' Stands Firm In Her Faith

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