Tovah Feldshuh and Rachel Bloom in the CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Scott Everett White/The CW hide caption

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On Dec. 10, 2014, prison artwork created by Adnan Syed sits near family photos in the Baltimore home of his mother, Shamim Syed. Syed, convicted in 2000 of murdering his girlfriend, is appearing at a hearing Wednesday to request a new trial, based on evidence uncovered by the podcast Serial. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Courtney B. Vance — pictured above in his role as Johnnie Cochran in The People v. O.J. Simpson — says the miniseries is a "perfect opportunity for us to begin the process" of talking about the nation's deep racial divide. "It's not going to happen overnight," he says. "It's got to be talked through." Prashant Gupta/FX Networks hide caption

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Shirley Jones and Robert Preston star in 1962's The Music Man, about a con man who poses as a band leader. Warner Bros./The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Oh, weird, a street scene in Mumbai where everything isn't covered in neon clouds of dust. Is this really even India? Subhendu Sarkar/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Cuba Gooding Jr. plays O.J. Simpson and Joseph Buttler is a polygraph examiner in the FX series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, which premieres Feb. 2. Ray Mickshaw/FX hide caption

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Han Seohee (right) and fellow North Korean defectors Lee Gwang-sung (left) and Hwang Soyeon (center) are regulars on Moranbong Club, a South Korean talk show featuring North Korean defectors. "There's a lot of prejudice toward North Korean defectors in South Korea," Han says. "So I wanted to show South Koreans that we're living here and trying the best we can." Haeryun Kang/for NPR hide caption

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