'Sharknado' Part Deux: The Laughably Bad Epic Strikes Back

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"I never wanted to be your weekend lover": Prince and his Purple Rain costar Appolonia Kotero. Warner Bros./Getty Images hide caption

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'Purple Rain' Taught Me How To Be In A Band

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Noah Hawley (left) and Warren Littlefield, executive producers of the FX series Fargo, speak at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Actress Viola Davis speaks about her new ABC show How to Get Away with Murder at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in Los Angeles. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson (center) appears with The Roots members Frank Knuckles (left) and Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter during the first episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Lloyd Bishop/NBC hide caption

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Questlove And The Roots: How A Hip-Hop Band Conquered Late Night

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As The Anchor Chair Turns: A Glimpse At ABC News Past And Future

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Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party delegates and supporters stage a demonstration on the boardwalk in front of the Atlantic City Convention Center in 1964. Courtesy of George Ballis/Take Stock hide caption

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'Freedom Summer' And 'The Watsons': Powerful TV About A Civil Rights Journey

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Sputtering On Fumes, 'True Blood' Has Outstayed Its Welcome

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A Plea To Emmy Voters To Consider Overlooked Shows And Actors

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