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November 18, 2020

The (Talk) Show Must Go on: How Daytime TV Has Safely Continued Production Amid the Pandemic

Scripted film and television has struggled to resume production, but daytime TV has safely kept the gabfest going.

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What to Watch on Streaming

Can’t decide what to watch? Check out Variety's What to Watch powered by AppleTV+ for the best TV shows and movies to stream.

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ViacomCBS to Lay Off Additional 100 Staffers As Merger Streamlining Continues

ViacomCBS is shedding another 100 employees this week.

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Naya Rivera's Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Ventura County

The family of Naya Rivera has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Ventura County following Rivera's July 8 drowning in Lake Piru.

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'Small Axe' Star John Boyega on J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele's Support Throughout Black Lives Matter Protests

John Boyega talks with Marc Malkin about his role as a 1980s cop in "Small Axe" and participating in Black Lives Matter protests.

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New NBCU Layoffs Affect Entertainment Networks Staffers

The personnel cuts, being implemented today, will impact fewer than 5% of staffers on the entertainment networks side of the business.

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You're on PBS, Charlie Brown: Apple Will Share 'Peanuts' Holiday Specials With Public TV

Apple will share two time-honored "Peanuts" holiday specials with PBS after securing rights to 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' and others

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'Name That Tune' Reboot Ordered at Fox With Jane Krakowski as Host, Randy Jackson as Band Leader

Fox has ordered a reboot of the musical game show "Name That Tune," the broadcaster announced Wednesday.

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'The Mandalorian': Katee Sackhoff on Bringing Bo-Katan to Live-Action and That Ahsoka Tano Bombshell

"The Mandalorian" star Katee Sackhoff talks bringing Bo-Katan Kryze, whom she voiced in "The Clone Wars," to live-action.

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WGA West Chief David Young Accused of Threatening WME's Rick Rosen

WGA West chief David Young is accused of threatening to "kill" WME's Rick Rosen during a phone call in August, according to legal filings.

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Netflix's Colin Kaepernick Series Adds Mary-Louise Parker, Nick Offerman to Cast

Mary-Louise Parker and Nick Offerman have joined the cast of Netflix's limited series about Colin Kaepernick's formative years.

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