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Screengrab/Late Night with Seth Meyers Hours after Donald Trump coined the term “Spygate” (or rather, refurbished it) to refer to a conspiracy theory that the FBI spied on his 2016 presidential campaign under the Obama administration, late-night hosts took to their respective stages to dismiss the unsubstantiated claims and poke fun at the name. On
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The President looms large in a slew of Emmy contenders in which showrunners chose to face the political climate head-on, from hypothetical impeachment campaigns to radical conservative governments. During the April  29 episode of The Good Fight, CBS All Access’ operatic legal drama, Emmy- and Tony-winning lead Christine Baranski spends the better part of  the 52-minute
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In a tearful sitdown interview with the New York Times, the actress recalled an incident with her costar which she believes crossed the line. In a sitdown interview with the New York Times, Arrested Development stars Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Tony Hale, Jason Bateman, Alia Shawkat, Will Arnett and David Cross got candid and emotional
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This marks his second time as emcee of the show, which will air live June 24 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Jamie Foxx has signed on to host the 2018 BET Awards. When the actor-musician-comedian walks onto the Microsoft Theater stage in Los Angeles on June 24, it will mark the Academy Award
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The pact makes ESPN the home of the popular MMA brand. ESPN is close to finalizing a deal to carry the UFC on its linear networks, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The pact follows a five-year $750 million digital deal to put UFC fights on ESPN+, the company’s recently launched OTT service. Like that deal,
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Taylor Swift collidesd with BTS and other moments not shown on the live broadcast. Between Janet Jackson’s iconic performance, BTS turning up the volume with “Fake Love” and Kelly Clarkson’s triple-threat hosting gig, did Sunday’s action-packed Billboard Music Awards leave you wanting more? You’ve come to the right place, because the Billboard team was outside,
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[This story contains spoilers for season two, episode five of HBO’s Westworld, “Akane No Mai.”] Shortly after their capture, Westworld narrative director Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman) offers a tip to Maeve, the self-confident and suddenly conscious host played by Thandie Newton. Normally, she’s able to manipulate other hosts with nothing more than a voice command.
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