Woody Allen Presents First TV Series, 'Crisis In Six Scenes,' On Amazon

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Filmmaker Andrea Arnold On 'American Honey' And Preserving Mystery In Film

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Gretchen (Aya Cash) is a self-centered music publicist who falls in love with Jimmy (Chris Geere) in the FXX series You're the Worst. Prashant Gupta/FX hide caption

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In 'You're The Worst,' Even The Most Flawed Characters Find Love

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James Marsden plays a tourist and Evan Rachel Wood is a rancher's daughter in the HBO series Westworld, which premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. ET. John P. Johnson/HBO hide caption

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Old West Gunslinging Meets Futuristic Androids In HBO's 'Westworld'

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Hip-Hop And Superheroes Inspire 'Luke Cage' Showrunner Cheo Coker

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How Carli Lloyd Became A Soccer Star 'When Nobody Was Watching'

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Susan Frawley Eisele holds her 6-week-old son, Albert Jr., at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City in 1936. Eisele, of Blue Earth, Minn., won an essay contest with Country Home magazine and was named best American rural correspondent of 1936. Courtesy of Kitty Eisele hide caption

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When Mrs. Eisele Took Manhattan: Big City Failed To Awe Minnesota Journalist

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Curious George — who was originally named Fifi — turns 75 this year. Despite some dated themes (we're looking at you, Man with the Yellow Hat) George is now a multimillion-dollar franchise. Margaret Rey says she and her husband had no idea what Curious George would become. "We loved monkeys and just wrote a book about a monkey," she said. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt hide caption

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Curious George Celebrates 75 Years Of Monkey Business

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Pepe The Frog's Long, Strange Journey — From Internet Meme To Hate Symbol

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Award-Winning Campaign To Eliminate Prostitution Takes A Dark Approach

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'Eyes On The Street' Details Jane Jacobs' Efforts To Put Cities First

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