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  1. Review: Alpha moms fight dirty in devilishly good 'Big Little Lies'

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    HBO's Big Little Lies has all the trappings of a prestige melodrama: a tangled web of gossipy characters, explicit sex scenes and a slowly unfurling murder mystery.

    Big Little Lies features, from left, Laura Dern, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley.
  2. Review: Legal drama 'Doubt' just might be the hit Katherine Heigl needs

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    There's no doubt Katherine Heigl really, really wants us to like her.

    Katherine Heigl, right, plays Sadie Ellis, a brilliant New York defense lawyer who can’t help but fall for her client, played by Steven Pasquale, center, in Doubt.
  3. Review: Amazon's 'The Collection' lacking refinement in story and fashion design

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    Paris, 1947. The Nazis are gone and folks want to make Parisian fashion great again.

    Mamie Gummer in Amazon’s “The Collection.”
  4. Amazon show 'Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer' springs from Tampa Bay

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    Tony Ahedo kept the first few drafts of Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer in his back pocket until after graduating from the Ringling College of Art and Design.

    Barry Barker: Aspiring Serial Killer is a locally created horror comedy series starring Peter Konowicz, an actor from Tampa. Tony Ahedo, 23, created the series right after graduating from Ringling College in May 2015. He and his volunteer cast and crew shot the pilot episode in five days, and are still working on the rest of the season. The pilot episode premiered at the Sunscreen Film Festival and premieres on Amazon on Oct. 31. Photos courtesy of Tony Ahedo
  5. Why 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' is the greatest 'Peanuts' visual achievement

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    A Charlie Brown Christmas may have been the debut for Peanuts characters on television, but it was the follow-up special, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, which premiered 50 years ago this month, that stands as the breakaway visual achievement.

    "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" premiered 50 years ago this month. [Peanuts Worldwide & Lee Mendelson Productions 1966]
  6. Put a little love in your apocalypse

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    Does subscribing to fringe theories make you a sexy free spirit, or just a crackpot? That's the question at the heart of No Tomorrow, a sunny apocalyptic comedy — apparently there is such a thing — premiering Tuesday on the CW.

    Evie (Tori Anderson), is an uptight young woman who falls for a bearded hottie (Joshua Sasse) who believes the end of the world is nigh.
  7. 'Game of Thrones,' 'Veep' take top honors at Emmys

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    LOS ANGELES — Game of Thrones conquered the Emmy kingdom Sunday, honored as top drama for the second consecutive year and becoming the most honored prime-time TV series ever on a night of surprises and sharp political jabs.

    Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus accepts best actress in a comedy series for "Veep"  during Sunday's Emmys awards show. [Getty Images]
  8. Every new TV show to watch — or not — this fall season

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    We're in the era of peak TV, but quantity doesn't necessarily mean quality. That's why we've combed through the upcoming fall schedule and picked out a must-watch new show for every night of the week. …

    Get some new batteries for your remote. Here are 35 new shows coming to TV this fall season. [Bee Johnson | Special to the Times]
  9. Carlson settles lawsuit against former Fox News CEO Ailes for $20 million

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    NEW YORK — Former Fox News Channel anchor Gretchen Carlson has settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against Roger Ailes, the case that led to the downfall of Fox's chief executive with stunning swiftness this summer.

    Former Fox News Channel anchor Gretchen Carlson, not pictured, has settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against Ailes, the case that led to the downfall of Fox's chief executive. [Associated Press]
  10. Charles Osgood signing off as host of CBS' 'Sunday Morning'

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    NEW YORK — Charles Osgood, who has said "good morning" to his audience every Sunday for 22 years, is about to say "goodbye" as host of "CBS News Sunday Morning" in September.

    Charles Osgood informed the audience during Sunday's broadcast that he'd be leaving "Sunday Morning" in September. [Associated Press File]