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‘Shrill’ Review: Aidy Bryant is a Woman Desperate to Be Unbothered

“Saturday Night Live’s” Aidy Bryant co-writes and leads a six-episode series about self-acceptance in Hulu’s “Shrill,” premiering March 15. Based

I Can’t with ‘Turn Up Charlie’

Idris Elba’s new 8-episode “manny” series “Turn Up Charlie” hits Netflix on March 15. Love me some Idris, but I’m

Review: Roy Wood Jr: No One Loves You

Comedy Central airs its second standup special from “Daily Show” correspondent Roy Wood Jr. on Friday, Jan. 25 at 11

Is ‘Black Earth Rising’ Worth Your Time?

Michaela Coel is a legal investigator in London and John Goodman is her American employer tangled in the prosecution of

Penny Marshall Had to Promote ‘Riding in Cars With Boys’ Days After 9/11

Penny Marshall always stood out among interview subjects because of her brutal honesty. For the 2001 Drew Barrymore film “Riding

Flashback: Ellen Anticipates the Debut of her Daytime Talk Show

Four months before the debut of her daytime talk show, Ellen DeGeneres was at Pixar Studios in the Bay Area

Behind the Scenes of TV One’s Original Film ‘Coins for Christmas’

Tucked in among the multitude of annual Christmas reruns and holiday-themed episodes on your screens this month is a new

Will Prince Fans Dig (If You Will) This Week’s Black-ish?

Black-ish has gone Purple-ish for its Prince-infused 100th episode airing Tuesday (Nov. 13), but will fans of His Royal Badness

All the Ways Oprah is Promoting Michelle Obama’s New Memoir, Becoming. It’s A Lot.

Consider yourselves warned. Oprah Winfrey is using the full might of her empire to promote the hell out of Michelle

Frontline’s ‘The Facebook Dilemma’ Details What Mark Zuckerberg Knew and When He Knew It (Review)

“The Facebook Dilemma,” a Frontline two-parter airing Monday and Tuesday (Oct. 29 and 30) on PBS, peels away the company’s

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