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Maggie Gyllenhaal On Season 3 Of 'The Deuce'

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Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is suing CBS, alleging the network didn't fully vet his accusers' claims and omitted information that would exonerate him. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Amazon Prime's New Show, 'Undone,' Is Mind-Bending

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In Unbelievable, Kaitlyn Dever plays a rape victim who recants her story following intimidation by police. The Netflix series is based on a true story. Beth Dubber/Netflix hide caption

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Marie's Rape Was Deemed 'Unbelievable.' Kaitlyn Dever Portrays Her Story

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Country star Dolly Parton, signing a guitar alongside writer Dayton Duncan (center) and filmmaker Ken Burns (right). PBS hide caption

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Filmmaker Ken Burns Goes Wide, But Not Deep, In His Chronicle Of 'Country Music'

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Tan France is the fashion expert on the makeover show Queer Eye, but he initially had misgivings about joining the show. "I didn't want to become famous," he says. "That wasn't really the life for me and ... I wasn't necessarily about making things pretty." Marcus Macdonald/St. Martin's Press hide caption

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Why Fashion Expert Tan France Nearly Turned Down 'Queer Eye'

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Derry Girls follows five teenagers in a Catholic school in Northern Ireland during the 1990s. "This show, it's very Derry, in all the right ways," says Derry Girls fan Gilly Campbell. "It's put Northern Ireland on the map for all the right reasons." Netflix hide caption

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In Northern Ireland, 'Derry Girls' Balances Teen Comedy And Sectarian Conflict

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Jacqueline Stewart Becomes First Black Host On Turner Classic Movies

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New Book Examines How Television Enabled Trump's Political Rise

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Obscure Artists Alice Guy-Blaché And Tom Lehrer Get Their Due In 2 New DVDs

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Maggie Gyllenhaal Takes On The Power Imbalance Of Sex Work In 'The Deuce'

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