In Hollywood, 50 Is The New 80: What Happens When 'It Girls' Get Old

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Workers crowd into the backs of trucks in the opening scene of 1960's Harvest of Shame. CBS News/YouTube hide caption

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In Confronting Poverty, 'Harvest Of Shame' Reaped Praise And Criticism

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For TV Advertisers, A Hunt For Live Audiences

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TV Offerings Are Hotter Than Usual This Summer

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Reading Rainbow went off the air in 2009, but the show's host, LeVar Burton, is keeping the brand alive. He is raising money for an interactive website to "bring Reading Rainbow back for every child, everywhere." GPN/Nebraska ETV Network and WNE hide caption

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Burton Calls On 'Star Trek' Fans To Bring 'Reading Rainbow' To The Next Generation

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Bob Newhart Looks Back On A Career Of One-Sided Conversations

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In the HBO adaptation of Larry Kramer's 1985 play, The Normal Heart, Mark Ruffalo (right) plays Ned Weeks, who begins to seek answers after he observes a mysterious disease claiming lives in his gay community. Joe Mantello plays a member of the AIDS service organization, Gay Men's Health Crisis. Jojo Whilden/HBO hide caption

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'Normal Heart' Teaches New Generation About The Early Years Of AIDS

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HBO's 'The Normal Heart' Looks At The Early Days Of The AIDS Crisis

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Does It 'Suck To Be A Fat Girl'?

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The Maya Rudolph Show premiered Monday night with guest appearances from Sean Hayes, Fred Armisen and Andy Samberg. Paul Drinkwater/NBC hide caption

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'The Maya Rudolph Show' And What It'll Take To Bring Back Variety

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