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“Who Killed Sara?” is the most popular show on Netflix, according to the streaming service’s public ranking system. This Mexican crime series, titled “¿Quién mató a Sara?” in Spanish,...

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All3Media is believed to be in late-stage discussions to buy “The Cry” producer NENT Studios U.K., the production and distribution outfit formerly known as DRG. Sources tell Variety that the Liberty...

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Of the five higest-rated miniseries in TV history, Richard Chamberlain is the only actor to have starred in two: 1980’s Shogun, and this 1983 romantic drama, second only to Roots on the all-time...

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Like so much of the news cycle these days, the origin of Osbourne’s on-air demise is Meghan Markle’s barn-burning interview with Oprah Winfrey — in which the Duchess of Sussex alleged racist...

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Sharon Osbourne is no longer on “The Talk” after CBS decided the longtime panelist’s on-set behavior “did not align” with the network’s values. In a statement released Friday, CBS said...

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On this day in 2005, NBC introduced the sitcom, The Office, an adaptation of the same-name BBC series starring Ricky Gervais. The British series lasted just 12 episodes, but the American version, which...

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On this day in 1974, The Partridge Family’s four-season run came to an end. It’s hard to imagine a seventies family worse than The Brady Bunch, but this was it. Yet like Gilligan’s...

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1977: ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ Ends On this day in 1977, the last episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show aired. The program was considered revolutionary because its main character, Mary...

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On this day in 2006, CBS introduced The New Adventures of Old Christine, the sitcom that broke the supposed “Seinfeld Curse.” The show starred Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a neurotic, obsessive...

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On this day in 1974, ABC presented the final episode of The Brady Bunch. The story of an architect and widowed father of three boys named Mike Brady who marries Carol Tyler Martin, the mother of three...