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Influential TV Programmer Fred Silverman Dies At 82

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Michael Chabon attends the premiere of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Picard in Hollywood, Calif., on Jan. 13, 2020. Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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'First, Last And Always, I Am A Fan': Michael Chabon Steers Latest 'Star Trek'

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TV Review: HBO's Version Of Stephen King's 'The Outsider'

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Examining The Last Decade In Television

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Review: 'Party Of Five' Reboot

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Highly Specific Superlatives: TV And Movies From 2019

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After 25 Years On The Radio, Tom Joyner Says Goodbye

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Clockwise: Watchmen, Russian Doll, Los Espookys, The Crown, When They See Us and Documentary Now! made NPR critics' list of the best television of 2019. Mark Hill/HBO, Netflix, HBO, Sophie Mutevelian/Netflix, Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix, Rhys Thomas/IFC hide caption

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America's Got Questions About Talent Show's Firing Of Gabrielle Union

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Review: 'The Crown,' Season 3

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'The Mandalorian' Has The Nostalgia And Storytelling That Star Wars Fans Want

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