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American Utopia, directed by Spike Lee, captures a filmed performance of David Byrne's acclaimed Broadway production. David Lee/HBO hide caption

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Channing Dungey was named the next chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group. She previously served in executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is seen here at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2018. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Joshua Caleb Johnson as Onion and Ethan Hawke as John Brown in The Good Lord Bird. William Gray/Showtime hide caption

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Nyle DiMarco attends the premiere of "A Quiet Place Part II" at Lincoln Center on March 8, 2020 in New York. In his new Netflix series Deaf U, DiMarco turns the camera on students at Gallaudet University. Angela Weiss /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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With 'Deaf U,' Nyle DiMarco Strives To Show 'There Is No One Right Way To Be Deaf'

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What's creepier: The kid (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) or the high-waisted jeans on the au pair (Victoria Pedretti)? The Haunting of Bly Manor makes a case for both. Eike Schroter/Netflix hide caption

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Ethan Hawke plays abolitionist John Brown in The Good Lord Bird, a new Showtime series based on the novel by James McBride. Showtime hide caption

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Ethan Hawke On Playing John Brown, Early Fame, And Making A Friend Of Fear

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