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Kim Cattrall as socialite — and murder victim — Emily French in The Witness for the Prosecution. Robert Viglasky/Acorn TV hide caption

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Kim Cattrall, More Than Just A Murder Victim In 'Witness For The Prosecution'

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore filming First You Cry in 1978 in New York City. Marty Lederhandler/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore, Whose Sunny Smile Masked Steel

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Oscar Nominees And Diversity

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Brooding? Just a bit. Rufus Sewell stars as American Nazi leader John Smith in The Man in the High Castle. Liane Hentscher hide caption

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Cast As Brooding Leads, Rufus Sewell Says His Real Talent Is Comedy

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John Hurt waits for his photo to be taken in 2014 during a publicity tour for Snowpiercer. The British actor's death was confirmed Friday by his publicist. Ian Gavan/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore, The Smart, Comic Actress Who Inspired A Generation

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Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) have been through a lot together across 13 seasons. Eric McCandless/ABC hide caption

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'Grey's Anatomy': The Secret Sauce Is Blood ... And Friendship

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Riverdale: These are not the innocuous Archie comics of your childhood. Courtesy of The CW/Archie Comics hide caption

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'Archie Got Hot' Is A Sentence You'll Hear In New, Noir 'Riverdale'

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From left: Ted Allen, Jai Rodriguez, Carson Kressley, Thom Filicia and Kyan Douglas celebrate Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's 2004 Emmy win for outstanding reality program. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Mary Tyler Moore (left, as Mary Richards) gives a 'thumbs up' sign as she sits at her desk with Betty White (as Sue Ann Nivens) in a scene from 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' in 1975. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Mary Tyler Moore: On Her Own, Single And Singular

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(Left) Rachel Bloom as Rebecca and Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. (Right) Mary Tyler Moore as Mary Richards on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1971. Lisa Rose/The CW; CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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Actors Mary Tyler Moore and Ted Knight laugh in a still from The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1976. 20th Century Fox Television/Fotos International/Getty Images hide caption

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She Turned The World On With Her Smile: Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80

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