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Maggie Gyllenhaal Is 'The Honorable Woman': A Series Both Ruthless And Rewarding

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Playing 'Crazy Eyes' Taught Actress 'It's OK To Be Just You'

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'Sharknado' Part Deux: The Laughably Bad Epic Strikes Back

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On Wednesday, Lifetime premiered BAPs, a reality show that follows "an exclusive, privileged and affluent group of African American friends from St. Louis who self-identify as 'BAPs' — Black American Princesses and Princes." Richard Knapp hide caption

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Hoping To Reach A Wider Audience, Lifetime Breaks Out Of Familiar Formula

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James Garner Of 'Rockford Files' And 'Maverick' Dies At 86

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Broadway Legend Elaine Stritch Dies At 89

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