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  1. Colbert, Stewart, Maher, Bee: It's the RNC!

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    A few months ago, Bill Maher, the host of HBO's topical comedy series Real Time With Bill Maher, proposed to the network that it add special live episodes on Wednesday and Thursday nights to follow the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

    CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert, holding a varmint, tapes a segment Sunday on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The convention begins today.
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  2. 'Game of Thrones,' 'People v. O.J. Simpson,' lead in Emmy nominations

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    LOS ANGELES — Power-and-blood fantasy saga "Game of Thrones" ruled the Emmy Award nominations Thursday with a leading 23 bids, including best drama, while a real-life epic of murder and celebrity, "The People v. O.J. Simpson," was close behind with 22 nods.

    Kit Harington appears in a scene from "Game of Thrones." The fantasy series and "Veep" are among the top contenders for the 68th prime-time Emmy Award nominations. [Associated Press]
  3. A life minus tech in 'Mr. Robot': Elliot heads out into the real world in an exhilarating Season 2 premiere

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    Mr. Robot begins a second season on USA on Wednesday night with a two-part opener broadcast back to back. A conspiracy thriller set in the present day — it's still 2015 on the series' clock — it's science fiction in the sense that it involves technology, but not in the quasi-supernatural manner of flying …

    Rami Malek plays Elliot Alderson in "Mr. Robot." [Sarah Shatz | USA Network via TNS]
  4. From most serious comedy to TV president, 8 other Emmys we'd like to award

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    At this point, the Emmys seem increasingly silly. With so much TV currently airing, it seems impossible that any voting body could narrow down the pile to a handful of the "best."

    7/47 - Int Lallybroch -  admiration of the potatoes, Jamie furious, Charles has forged his name
  5. More women come forward as Fox News' Roger Ailes fights sexual harassment lawsuit

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    NEW YORK — Attorneys for Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes are denying allegations of decades-old incidents of alleged sexual harassment that surfaced after a lawsuit was filed by former anchor Gretchen Carlson.

    Attorneys for Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes are denying allegations of decades-old incidents of alleged sexual harassment that surfaced after a lawsuit was filed by former anchor Gretchen Carlson. [PBG/PA Photos/Abaca Press/TNS]
  6. Documentary 'Pervert Park' on Pinellas sex offenders comes to PBS (w/video)

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    Art seldom challenges to the extent of Pervert Park, a documentary filmed in a Pinellas County mobile home park for registered sex offenders.

    The Palace Mobile Home Park, 2500 54th Ave. N in unincorporated Pinellas County, was once home to a residential program for sex offenders.
  7. In lawsuit, former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson says Roger Ailes sexually harassed her

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    NEW YORK — Former Fox News Channel anchor Gretchen Carlson sued network chief executive Roger Ailes on Wednesday, claiming she was fired after she refused his sexual advances.

    TV personality Gretchen Carlson appears on the set of "Fox & friends" in New York in May 2010. Carlson, the former Fox News Channel anchor, is suing network chief executive Roger Ailes, claiming she was fired after refusing his sexual advances. Carlson, 50, spent 11 years at Fox. [Associated Press]
  8. As Garrison Keillor retires, a look at the devilish humor in 'A Prairie Home Companion'

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    LOS ANGELES — Garrison Keillor means it this time. On Friday at the Hollywood Bowl, he will tape his last show as host of A Prairie Home Companion, the public-radio institution he created and has led, with relatively brief interruptions since 1974; the next day, Saturday, it will be broadcast to the rest of the …

    A Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor rehearses with the band in Lenox, Mass., on June 24. Keillor retires from the show this week.
  9. Tampa's Owen Teague hits big on Netflix's 'Bloodline'

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    Owen Teague credits his acting success to Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

    Tampa native Owen Teague has a starring role in Netflix’s Bloodline as Nolan Rayburn.
  10. Look for Oldsmar's Reko Rivera on 'American Ninja Warrior' and YouTube

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    Those watching American Ninja Warrior this week will see one of Tampa Bay's own swinging, leaping and climbing an obstacle course in hopes of achieving glory.

    Reko Rivera of Oldsmar will compete in the Atlanta qualifier of American Ninja Warrior. He also went viral in a YouTube video of him doing the Ninja course in a dinosaur costume. Photo from NBC.