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On this day in 1996, HBO debuted The Late Shift, a telefilm based on the book by New York Times media reporter Bill Carter that chronicled the contentious competition between David Letterman and Jay...

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Some users commented that Jennifer obviously made certain choices as an actress, and that this was just the way her character reacted in scenes where Rachel felt particularly awkward about speaking...

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On this day in 1983, 97 PBS stations across the country broadcast television’s first live open-heart surgery during a special entitled The Operation. During the program, co-produced by Phoenix...

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The original series focused on such powerful female characters as Blake Lively‘s Serena van der Woodsen and Leighton Meester‘s Blair Waldorf. And while the new cast members couldn’t...

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This day in 2004 marked the final episode of the HBO series, Sex and the City. The half-hour comedy starred Sarah Jessica Parker as a columnist who chronicled her single lifestyle and dating experiences —...

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Ronan Farrow is voicing support for sister Dylan Farrow amid the debut of HBO’s documentary series about their family.  The 33-year-old journalist took to Instagram on Sunday, Feb....

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On this day in 2003, HBO debuted the weekly, live political talker, Real Time with Bill Maher. The cable series followed the 2002 cancellation of Maher’s ABC series, Politically Incorrect (which...

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Another one of Beth’s boys. In the series, fellow chess champion Benny Watts, played by Thomas Brodie-Sangster, took Beth under his wing and taught her everything he knew about strategy, speed chess...

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On this day in 2009, Conan O’Brien signed off of the NBC late night show, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, for the last time.  O’Brien, who succeeded David Letterman as the Late...

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While Quinn’s books are “tightly focused,” she says, on her protagonists, the show has already given us hints of things to come way down the line—like, for instance, the slow burn...