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Thursday

Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor in Doctor Who. Disney Plus hide caption

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Wednesday

Ed O'Neill as former LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling in Clipped. Kelsey McNeal/FX hide caption

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'Clipped' dramatizes the 2014 leak of former L.A. Clippers owner's racist comments

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Tuesday

Clockwise from top left: Industry, My Lady Jane, The Bear, The Umbrella Academy, Clipped and House of the Dragon Nick Strasburg/HBO, Jonathan Prime/Prime Video, Chuck Hodes/FX, Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix, Kelsey McNeal/FX, Ollie Upton/HBO hide caption

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Thursday

Friday

Comcast plans to offer a new streaming bundle. Is streaming the new cable?

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Wednesday

Stand-up comic W. Kamau Bell is featured in Black Twitter: A People's History. Hulu/Disney hide caption

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Friday

Jon Stewart and John Mulaney. Ryan West/Netflix hide caption

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Can Netflix build a factory for appointment TV?

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"It warms my heart to know that little Black kids out there will be like, 'Oh, I can be The Doctor,'" Ncuti Gatwa says. "It feels like a huge, lovely responsibility." Disney hide caption

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New 'Doctor Who' star Ncuti Gatwa feels 'sad' for critics of show's diversity

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Netflix tries more live programming with standup specials and Tom Brady roast

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Friday

Jon Bon Jovi at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., in 2013. David Bergman/Hulu hide caption

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Bon Jovi docuseries 'Thank You, Goodnight' is an argument for respect

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Friday

Conan O'Brien is defining a new way forward for former late night hosts

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Thursday

Saturday

The Evans family in Netflix's Good Times: Jay Pharoah as Junior, Marsai Martin as Grey, Yvette Nicole Brown as Beverly, Gerald Anthony "Slink" Johnson as Dalvin and J.B. Smoove as Reggie. Netflix hide caption

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Wednesday

Hiroyuki Sanada in FX's Shogun. Katie Yu/FX hide caption

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