Sydney Sweeney and Christina Ricci on Reclaiming Nude Scenes; Bill Cosby Civil Case Heads to Jury; Dana Walden Put to the Test

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June 16, 2022

Sydney Sweeney and Christina Ricci on Playing 'Crazy' Characters and Reclaiming Nude Scenes

When Sydney Sweeney and Christina Ricci meet, they discuss their 'Euphoria' and 'Yellowjackets' characters' traumas and being memes.

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Norman Lear Mines His Prolific Television Output to Create Fresh Magic

Norman Lear explains how laughter — and focusing on evergreen, relatable themes — helps connect audiences across generations.

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Bill Cosby Civil Case Heads to Jury as Sparks Fly Between Attorneys

Jurors in Bill Cosby's civil trial will begin deliberating Thursday, after two weeks of testimony about an alleged assault from 1975.

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As the Disney Drama Dust Settles, Dana Walden Puts Her Talent-Building Prowess to the Test

Now that the shock of Peter Rice's Disney firing has cooled down, all eyes turn to newly elevated Disney General Entertainment chairman Dana …

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Beyonce Reveals 'Renaissance,' Forthcoming Project Set for July 29 Release

The wait for a new Beyonce project will soon be over, with the singer officially posting a July 29 date for a project titled "Renaissance."

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'Blonde' Trailer: Ana de Armas Stuns as Marilyn Monroe in Netflix's NC-17 Drama

Ana De Armas stuns as Marilyn Monroe in Netflix's "Blonde."

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'Hacks' Renewed for Season 3 at HBO Max

"Hacks" has been renewed for Season 3 at HBO Max. 

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'The Staircase's' Michael Peterson Slams Series as 'Homophobic,' Calls Colin Firth 'Not My Favorite Actor' (EXCLUSIVE)

'The Staircase' subject Michael Peterson airs grievances about how his children and late wife are depicted on the HBO Max show.

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'Barry' Cinematographer Breaks Down References and Framing of Devastating Season 3 Finale

'Barry' cinematographer Carl Herse explains the references used and framing of images in 'Starting Now,' the devastating Season 3 finale.

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'Jerry & Marge Go Large' Review: Bryan Cranston as the Real-Life Math Geek Who Beat the Lottery

Bryan Cranston does a sly job playing a retired Midwestern dweeb, but this feel-good get-rich fable, while true, still feels tidy and thin.

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Canadian Broadcasters, Who Are Up Schitt's Creek Without Streaming Regulation, Fight Back at Tense Banff

Never mind 'Yellowjackets,' the real survival drama in Banff was between Canadian broadcasters and the streaming giants.

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The Ins and Outs of Music Catalog Sales, Explained by the Experts

What's driving the music copyright acquisition boom? Experts explain the ins and out of catalog sales at a Milken Institute Conference.

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The Apple-MLS Deal Should Panic RSNs and Will Restrict MLS Growth

New VIP+ Analysis: The decision by the MLS to remove all local televised games from cable TV to Apple will impact future growth in the U.S.

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'God's Favorite Idiot' Is a Low Point for Melissa McCarthy and Husband Ben Falcone: TV Review

The Melissa McCarthy Netflix comedy 'God’s Favorite Idiot,' created by McCarthy's husband Ben Falcone, is a disaster — and …

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