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Manzano, shown above with Rosita — a bilingual Muppet from Mexico — recently announced that she will be retiring from Sesame Street after 44 years. Richard Termine/Sesame Workshop hide caption

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Monkey See

Television 2015: Too Much In Too Many Ways

There's an awful lot of TV and an awful lot of ways to watch it. In fact, there may be too much entirely.

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Yvonne Craig portrays the crime-fighting Batgirl in the 1960s television hit Batman. Craig died Monday, in her Los Angeles home from complications from breast cancer. She was 78. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc via AP hide caption

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