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  1. Here are TV specials and marathons for Thanksgiving

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    Thursday is Thanksgiving and all the TV networks know how much you hate small talk with your relatives after the tryptophan coma sets in. The annual effort to make Turkey Day less awkward is filled with unexpected show marathons and TV specials you didn't even know you needed to see. Whether you want yuck …

    Kick off the holiday season with this classic half-hour animated special.
  2. Review: Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' is the reluctant superhero we need

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    Another day, another superhero screen adaptation.

    Krysten Ritter stars in the title role in Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix, playing a shell shocked pessimist trying desperately to go on unnoticed.
  3. Charlie Sheen says he has HIV, paid as much as $10M to keep it secret

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    NEW YORK — Former Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen has the HIV virus.

    Actor Charlie Sheen is mobbed for autographs and photos as he makes his way through New York's Times Square in January 2013.
  4. Streaming shows coming this week: 'Jessica Jones,' 'Man in the High Castle,' 'Art of More'

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    Get ready to binge because coming to a computer screen near you this week are not one, not two, but three new shows!

    Marvel's Jessica Jones
  5. Student's horrific rape inspires 'India's Daughter' documentary

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    LOS ANGELES — In December 2012, a 23-year-old medical student on the brink of a new life went to a movie with a friend. Within two weeks, she was dead of horrific injuries she suffered that night in a gang rape.

    FILE - In this March 3, 2015 file photo, British filmmaker Leslee Udwin addresses a press conference on her documentary film "India's Daughter," about the Dec. 16, 2012 gang rape in a moving bus, in New Delhi, a film whose screening the Indian government halted.  The film airs Nov. 16, 2015 on PBS. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri, File) CAET947
  6. Local filmmaker's dream is to showcase Florida in project shot at Weeki Wachee Springs

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    Bobby Marinelli stopped short en route to the underwater theater. He turned toward the actor who walked beside him.

    "Where's your tail?" he asked.

    Actor Emmy Buckner glides past the glass of the Mermaid Theater at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park during filming recently for the four-minute sizzle reel of City of Mermaids.
  7. Aziz Ansari's Netflix show 'Master of None' is hilarious and resonant

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    The things that make Netflix's Master of None very good are the same things that make people flock to see Aziz Ansari on stage.

    In this image released by Netflix, Aziz Ansari appears in a scene from the Netflix original series  Master of None.  The comedy series premieres on Friday. 
  8. Leah Remini reveals why she left the Church of Scientology

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    Leah Remini is the latest actor to join the list of those willing to spill secrets about the Church of Scientology.

    In an interview for ABC's 20/20, actor Leah Remini discusses how difficult it is to leave the Church of Scientology. "The decision to leave is you are giving up everything you have ever known and everything you have worked for your whole life," she says. [Image from ABC video]
  9. 5 reasons 'Jane the Virgin' is a good guilty pleasure

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    Only time will tell if Jane the Virgin can top its impressive first season, which was met with critical acclaim last year and earned actress Gina Rodriguez a Golden Globe. But things look pretty promising after the show's second season premiere, which aired Monday night.

    Gina Rodriguez as Jane: Amid the craziness, the promise of a happy ending.
  10. Less skin: Playboy to stop running pictures of nude women

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    LOS ANGELES — Playboy is about to find out how many people really do read it for the articles.

    In this Nov. 15, 2007, photo, Hugh Hefner smiles while signing copies of the Playboy calendar and "Playboy Cover To Cover: The '50s" DVD box set in Los Angeles. Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign of the decades-old magazine, according to a Monday news report. Executives for the magazine company told the New York Times that the change will take place in March 2016. Playboy editor Cory Jones contacted founder and current editor in chief Hugh Hefner recently about dropping nude photos from the print edition and he agreed, the Times reported. [Associated Press]