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Zoo Recap: Mansdale vs. the Volcano By Joshua Rivera

Even for Zoo, the first five minutes of this episode are absolutely bonkers.

Nashville Recap: Bad Grandma By Max Weiss

Not gonna lie, I like Gunnar’s grandma.

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Reese Witherspoon And Jennifer Aniston Are Working On A TV Show Together By Jordan Crucchiola

Big Little Incredibly Well Preserved Women

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HBO’s Head of Programming Confirms the Network Is Exploring a Second Season of Big Little Lies By Devon Ivie

Liane Moriarty has been asked to work on preliminary story ideas to test the waters.

Stephen Colbert Will Continue to Ride the Trump Bump All The Way to a Cartoon Trump Series for Showtime By Ethan Sapienza

The saga of the Trump Bump continues.

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Tiffany Haddish on Her Girls Trip Fame: ‘I’m So Happy I’ve Been Accepted Finally After All These Years of Hard Work’ By Maria Elena Fernandez

“My bank account don’t show ‘movie star’ yet. I’m waiting on that.”

June Foray Was One of the Greatest Voice Actors of All Time By Matt Zoller Seitz

Whether you’re 7 or 70, you know her voice.

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The Last Tycoon Is Handsome But Dull By Jen Chaney

The Amazon series based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel is hard to fully embrace.

The Comrade Detective Trailer Features the Poorly Dubbed Voices of Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt By Jackson McHenry

Amazon’s action-comedy series premieres August 4.

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Twin Peaks’ Matthew Lillard on the Gruesome Fate of His Character: ‘He Was Doing It for the Chicks’ By Devon Ivie

“All of the chicks are into extra-dimensional studies!”

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Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins Is Teaming Up With Chris Pine Again for a New TNT Drama By Hunter Harris

Based on the true story of Fauna Hodel.

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Samantha Bee Details Trump’s ‘Spreading Taint’ (Don’t Google It) By Ethan Sapienza

“The taint never sleeps.”

Broadchurch Recap: Truth, Lies, and Consequences By Tom Philip

The most sharply focused episode of the season.

Queen Sugar Recap: Family Matters By Angelica Jade Bastién

As the Bordelon family splinters, who will fight for Charley?

Larry David Explains Why Curb Your Enthusiasm Is Back for Another Season By Maria Elena Fernandez

“I got tired of people asking me, ‘Is the show coming back?’ I couldn’t face that question anymore.”

Younger Recap: The H.E.A. By Maggie Fremont

Bow down to Maggie Amato, for she is our queen.

The Real Housewives of New York City Recap: Patrón Saints By Brian Moylan

I haven’t liked Bethenny this much in a while.

Fox Is Going to ‘Vigorously Defend’ Itself Against That Olivia de Havilland Lawsuit By Jordan Crucchiola

The saga continues.

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Mahershala Ali Cast in True Detective Season 3, Securing Its Place As the Best True Detective Season By Jordan Crucchiola and Maria Elena Fernandez

The man who invented yellow arrives to reinvent True Detective.

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Halt and Catch Fire’s Mackenzie Davis and Kerry Bishé Get the Same Pay As Their Male Co-stars for the Final Season By E. Alex Jung

“Kerry and I deserve to get paid the same as the boys.”

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Charlie Puth, Lionel Richie Eyed for American Idol Reboot By Hunter Harris

Who will join Katy Perry on ABC’s Idol reboot?

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Chris Harrison Promises Bachelor in Paradise Fans Will Get Clarity and a DeMario-Corinne Sit-down Interview By Jordan Crucchiola

The host is also planning on sitting down with Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson.

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Game of Thrones’ Nathalie Emmanuel on Missandei and Grey Worm’s Sex Scene: ‘It Was So Much More Than Just Two People Making Love’ By Sean T. Collins

“It’s almost not physical, which is so lovely about it.”

8 Queer Muslim Women on the Power of The Bold Type By Anna Silman

Queer Muslim women around the world are ecstatic to see a character who represents them onscreen for the first time.

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Where You Can Stream This Year’s Emmy Nominees By Jackson McHenry

A primer on all the TV shows nominated for Outstanding Drama, Comedy, and Limited Series.

How Britney Young Went From an Assistant on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Starring in GLOW By Maria Elena Fernandez

She was working as an assistant on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend when she booked her GLOW role.

The Profit Recap: Marcus and the Chocolate Factory By Molly Fitzpatrick

Business is like a box of chocolates.

The Fosters Recap: Rise Up By Maggie Fremont

The Days Since Drew Has Acted Like a Dick counter is still firmly stuck at zero.

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Insecure Got the Ratings Boost It Deserved With a Little Help From HBO and Game of Thrones By Josef Adalian

Looks like HBO’s strategy worked.

The Duplass Brothers’ HBO Anthology Series, Room 104, Is Nothing Like Togetherness By Jen Chaney

It will surprise you with every episode.

Insecure Will Premiere New Music From Miguel, Bryson Tiller, Jazmine Sullivan, and More This Season By Dee Lockett

Insecure’s music supervisor tells us about the songs of Issa Rae’s L.A.

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Netflix Orders Matt Groening’s Fantasy Animated Series Disenchantment, Since It Really Wants Its Own Simpsons By Jackson McHenry

Disenchantment will feature the voices of Abbi Jacobson, Nat Faxon, and Eric Andre.

The Bachelorette Recap: Meeting the Family By Ali Barthwell

Bryan is a phony and a fake and he’s probably gonna win.

One Mississippi Season Two Trailer: Tig Notaro Is Still Home By Hunter Harris

One Mississippi returns September 8.

Preacher Recap: Soul Man By Scott Meslow

“Sokosha” is the season’s finest episode to date.

The Real Housewives of Orange County Recap: Tectonic Plates By Brian Moylan

None of these women actually want to spend any time together.

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Thanks to President Trump, the Rachel Maddow Ratings Juggernaut Is Not Slowing Down By Josef Adalian

The MSNBC host is completely dominating her time-slot rivals.

The Creator of the Original GLOW on Why He Wanted to Put Women Wrestlers on TV By Josef Adalian

And a few regrets about its 1980s ethnic stereotyping.

Claws Recap: South Beach, Baby! By Ali Barthwell

A little change of scenery really makes this week’s episode pop.

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HBO’s Diana, Our Mother Tells Her Story Through William and Harry By Jen Chaney

A measured but moving tribute that’s as much about William and Harry as it is about the late princess.

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Why Everyone on Insecure Has Better Clothes This Season By Dee Lockett

Plus, here’s where Issa got her “Niggas” sweatshirt.

Yvonne Orji Is Living Single By Allison P. Davis

How Insecure and Yvonne Orji are reinventing TV’s single woman.

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Why Does Everybody on Game of Thrones Look Like They Joined a Biker Gang? By Anna Silman

There is a very particular aesthetic sweeping Westeros this season.

We’re Approaching a Major Turning Point in Trump-Era Pop Culture By Mark Harris

Trump parallels in movies and TV will soon be intentional instead of just coincidental.

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Can You Call Someone ‘Zaddy’ During Sex? By Allison P. Davis

A casual survey.

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BBC Boss Responds to Open Letter, Says Closing Pay Gap Will Be ‘Accelerated’ By Hunter Harris

Tony Hall said that closing the wage gap was “a personal priority over the last four years.”

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BBC Boss Responds to Open Letter, Says Closing Pay Gap Will Be ‘Accelerated’ By Hunter Harris

Tony Hall said that closing the wage gap was “a personal priority over the last four years.”

Game of Thrones Recap: The Fullness of Time By Nina Shen Rastogi

If Arya returns to Winterfell, will she also return to her hopeful self?

Twin Peaks Recap: He’s Dead By Film Crit Hulk

Maybe cherry pie will save us all.

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Our 13 Biggest Questions About This Week’s Game of Thrones By Hillary Kelly

Is Varys lying to Daenerys? Can a crossbow really kill a dragon? Does Grey Worm have a penis?