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Erika Jayne Dismissed From Lawsuit Over Attorneys’ Fees

Judge Richard Fruin found that Jayne had no "actual knowledge" of any alleged breach of duty by her estranged husband and his firm to not put their interests ahead of those of the plaintiffs

Adam Ruins the Government in Netflix’s ‘The G Word with Adam Conover’

”When I make a television show, part of what I want to do is make sure that whatever the audience is thinking we can’t do, whenever they’re thinking, ”Oh, they’ll never be able to go there,” that is exactly what I want to do.”

‘Barry’ Season 3 Review: Bill Hader’s Hit Comedy is Darker, Meaner, and Funny As Ever

"Reminiscent of the early days of Breaking Bad, the HBO comedy is heightening the stakes and quickening the pace as Barry uncontrollably barrels towards his rock bottom."
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Why ‘The 700 Club’ Is the Show That Won’t Die and Can’t Be Killed

Televangelist and political lightning rod Pat Robertson is retiring, but his long-running Christian talk show still can’t be canceled. Here’s why.
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‘La Brea’ Serves Up Entertaining Disaster Porn—Especially for Locals

The new NBC series gives Miracle Miles its closeup when a different sort of "big one" strikes
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‘The D’Amelio Show’ Is One Big Downer

Famous-by-accident sisters Charli and Dixie D'Amelio are the anti-Kardashians on their new reality series
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Someone’s Gotta Die on ‘The White Lotus’ Finale—but Does It Really Matter Who?

TV's most compelling show comes to an end on Sunday, but its big reveal is probably beside the point
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HBO’s ‘The White Lotus’ Is Getting a Season Two—but There’s a Catch

A new batch of self-absorbed travelers and long-suffering hotel staffers will reportedly meet in a different setting
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Streetwear Competition ‘The Hype’ Is Good Fashion TV

L.A. is well represented on the new series
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The World Rallies Behind Bob Odenkirk After ‘Heart-Related Incident’

The universally beloved funnyman collapsed on the set of Better Call Saul—and Hollywood is distraught