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Judy Greer playing Bree Marie Jensen in the new Hulu sitcom 'Reboot.' Michael Desmond/ Hulu hide caption

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Group photo of Bakers in the Tent (L to R) (back) Sandro, William, Abdul, Carol, Maisam, Syabira, Maxy (front) James Rebs Janusz, Dawn, Kevin on The Great British Baking Show on Netflix. Mark Bourdillon/Netflix hide caption

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HBO set out to do what networks wouldn't (and couldn't) do. In the process, the company changed TV as we know it. Thiago Prudencio/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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How HBO transformed television

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Paulina Alexis, Devery Jacobs, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, and Lane Factor play the title characters in Reservations Dogs, a series about teenagers living on a reservation in Oklahoma. Shane Brown/ FX on Hulu hide caption

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'Reservation Dogs' co-creator says the show gives audiences permission to laugh

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(Clockwise from top left) Seth Gilliam in The Walking Dead, Letitia Wright in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Brice Gonzalez and George Lopez in Lopez vs. Lopez, Susan Sarandon in Monarch, Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling and Dwayne Johnson in Black Adam Jace Downs/AMC, Marvel Studios, Casey Durkin/NBC, Pete Dadds/Fox, Warner Bros. hide caption

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Carlos Villarías and Lupita Tovar starred in the 1931 Spanish language version of Dracula. Mike Gallegos for NPR hide caption

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Spanish 'Dracula' finds new blood, more than 90 years after its release

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Lana Kane (Aisha Tyler), Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) in a scene from the series Archer. FXX hide caption

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Ismael Cruz Cordova as Arondir in Prime Video's The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Ben Rothstein/Prime Video hide caption

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Why Black characters in 'Rings of Power' and 'Little Mermaid' make fantasy better

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Sheryl Lee Ralph accepts the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series for Abbott Elementary onstage during the 74th Emmy Awards. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ken Burns' new three-part documentary, The U.S. and the Holocaust, explores what everyday Americans knew — or didn't know — about what the Nazis were doing in Europe. Above, a tenant farmer reads a newspaper in Creek County, Okla., in February 1940. 1940/Library of Congress hide caption

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Ken Burns connects the past and the present in 'The U.S. and the Holocaust'

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John Leguizamo (left), Rita Moreno, Dolores del Rio, Katy Jurado, Edward James Olmos and Ariana DeBose (top) are Hollywood legends. Mike Gallegos for NPR hide caption

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Latino legends helped pave the way in Hollywood, but the road is still rocky

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Left: Quarterback Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs passes during a 2017 game. Right: Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert looks to pass in a game last year. Jamie Squire/Getty Images; Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images hide caption

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Quinta Brunson checks on Jimmy Kimmel as he lays on stage at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday in Los Angeles. Mark Terrill/Mark Terrill/Invision/AP hide caption

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Our pop culture picks for this fall

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'Sesame Street' hosts Matt Robinson (Gordon), Will Lee (Mr. Hooper) Loretta Long (Susan) and Bob McGrath (Bob) stand with Big Bird on set, circa 1969. Hulton Archive/Children's Television Workshop/Getty Images hide caption

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Serena Williams motions a heart to fans during the 2022 U.S. Open tennis championships. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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