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Georgina Hobart (Gwyneth Paltrow) in the new Netflix series The Politician Courtesy of NETFLIX hide caption

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Rip Taylor talks with reporters before a film premiere in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, in 2002. Taylor, the mustachioed comedian with a fondness for confetti-throwing who became a television game show mainstay in the 1970s, died Sunday. Rene Macura/AP hide caption

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Before He Animated For Disney, He Sketched Cartoons In An Internment Camp

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From left: Caleb McLaughlin, Kai, Gaten Matarazzo and Suho, photographed in Seoul, South Korea on June 20, 2019. McLaughlin and Matarazzo star in the popular Netflix series Stranger Things; Kai and Suho are members of the K-pop group EXO. JTBC PLUS/Imazins via Getty Images hide caption

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Conan O'Brien hosts the TBS talk show Conan. "I just really do love getting in front of people and making them happy, making them laugh," he says. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Turner hide caption

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'Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend' Is A Joke Name For A Podcast — Sort Of

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Merritt Wever and Toni Collette play two detectives investigating a series of sexual assaults. Beth Dubber/Netflix hide caption

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Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, and Aesha Scott are part of the cast of the fourth season of Below Deck Mediterranean. Greg Endries/Bravo hide caption

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Bob Iger, CEO and chairman of The Walt Disney Co., and Mickey Mouse rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange in November 2017. Iger's new book is an account of what he has learned running Disney. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Disney CEO Bob Iger Has Lessons On Fostering Creativity — And Acquiring It

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Katja Herbers, Aasif Mandvi and Mike Colter investigate phenomena that are not easily explained on the CBS series Evil. Elizabeth Fisher/CBS hide caption

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'Evil' Summons Supernatural Surprises To The CBS Fall Lineup

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Billy Porter poses with award for outstanding lead Actor in a drama series in the press room during the 71st Emmy Awards. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Gina Yashere is a co-creator of the new CBS sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola. She speaks above at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival hide caption

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There Was 'No Chance Of Me Going Into The Arts,' Says Comedian Gina Yashere

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Along with pastry chef Jacques Torres, comedian Nicole Byer hosts Nailed It!, a show that celebrates great failures in cake-making. Adam Rose/Netflix hide caption

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'There Isn't Just One Type Of Black,' Says Comedian Nicole Byer

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Shane Gillis was set to join the cast of Saturday Night Live, premiering on Sept. 28. On Monday, a spokesperson announced the show had fired Gillis after a video of him using a racial slur for Chinese people surfaced online. Phil Provencio/AP hide caption

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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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