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  1. Review: 'GLOW' showcases campy '80s ladies wrestling at its best

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    Like Tears for Fears croons in the 1985 classic, something happens in GLOW and then you're head over heels for this new Netflix series.

    Alison Brie plays Ruth Wilder, a woman struggling to make it in the acting business, in GLOW.
  2. I went skateboarding once with Kevin Bacon's dad

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    In a city full of intriguing people, few were more so than Ed Bacon, the tall, lanky, one-eyed, then 92-year-old retired Philadelphia city planner who once called me with a plan to get arrested.

    Howard Altman, then a reporter with the Philadelphia City Paper, talks with Ed Bacon in October 2002.
  3. 9 TV shows set in Florida but not Miami, like 'Claws' in Manatee County

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    The ladies of Manatee County are coming to a TV screen near you this weekend.

    The Florida-set series Claws stars Niecy Nash, center, as the owner of Manatee County nail salon that’s part of a money-laundering scheme.
  4. Why 'The Great British Baking Show' is the best thing on Netflix

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    It's officially TV catch-up season.

    As Chelsea Tatham writes in this week's Couch Planner, Fear the Walking Dead is back for a third season, so brush up on the first two. And, before the TV reboot starts in June, she suggests watching the movie adaptation of Stephen King's The Mist, an endeavor that …

    Follow 12 amateur bakers in their quest to be named Britain’s best. As judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood create 30 new challenges to test their skill and creativity, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are with them every step of the way
  5. Pelley out as 'CBS Evening News' anchor

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    NEW YORK — Scott Pelley is out as CBS Evening News anchor, and he'll be returning to full-time work at the network's flagship newsmagazine 60 Minutes.

    Scott Pelley, shown in 2013, is out as "CBS Evening News" anchor, and he'll be returning to full-time work at the network's flagship newsmagazine "60 Minutes." Two people familiar with the situation on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, confirmed the reports. [Charles Sykes | Invision/AP]
  6. Brad Culpepper makes it to final 3 on Survivor, but jury picks Sarah

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    UPDATE, WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Tampa's Brad Culpepper make it to the final 3 on Survivor, but jurors chose Sarah as the winner of the $1 million.

    Original report follows:

    "The Tables Have Turned" - Brad Culpepper, Tai Trang and Hali Ford on the fourth episode of SURVIVOR: Game Changers on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Jeffrey Neira/CBS Entertainment
  7. Billy Bush speaks out about Trump 'Access Hollywood' tape: 'I wish I had changed the topic'

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    Former NBC host Billy Bush has spoken publicly for the first time in more than seven months about the 2005 Access Hollywood tape in which President Donald Trump bragged about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women.

    Donald Trump prepares for an appearance on 'Days of Our Lives' with actress Arianne Zucker (center) in 2005. He is accompanied to the set by Access Hollywood host Billy Bush. [The Washington Post via Getty Images]
  8. Heading to finale, how did Tampa lawyer Brad Culpepper do on 'Survivor' last night?

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    Brad Culpepper heads to 'Survivor' finale

    Brad Culpepper, a former NFL player and contestant on the reality show "Survivor,"  in his law office in downtown Tampa on Monday, May 8, 2017. Culpepper is currently appearing in his second season on the show.
  9. NBC reviving 'must-see TV' Thursdays with 'Will and Grace'

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    NEW YORK — NBC is bringing back its "must-see TV" Thursday franchise this fall with the revival of "Will & Grace," and by moving its heartwarming hit "This is Us" to the same night.

    BC is bringing back its "must-see TV" Thursday franchise this fall with the revival of "Will & Grace."
  10. Stephen Colbert gleefully responds to President Trump calling him a 'no-talent guy' (w/video)

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    It's the moment Stephen Colbert has been waiting for.

    Stephen  Colbert said on his show, Thursday,  "I won" in response to President Donald Trump's declaration that the CBS comic is a "no talent guy." [Photo by Richard Shotwell | Invision via AP]