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(Clockwise from upper left) Joshua Caleb Johnson in The Good Lord Bird, Rafe Spall in The Salisbury Poisonings, Whoopi Goldberg in The Stand, Nicole Kidman in The Undoing, Joseph Gordon-Levitt in The Trial of the Chicago 7 and Amelie Smith in The Haunting of Bly Manor William Gray/Showtime, James Pardon/Dancing Ledge/BBC ONE/AMC, James Minchin/CBS, Niko Tavernise/HBO, Niko Tavernise/Netflix, Eiki Schroter/Netflix hide caption

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Larry Wilmore And Amber Ruffin Host Late-Night Shows For Peacock

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Chris Rock Stars In Newest Season Of 'Fargo'

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'Watchmen,' 'Succession,' 'Ozark,' 'Schitt's Creek' Win Key Emmys

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Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler, Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill in Better Call Saul, an Emmy snub but a Deggy winner. Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television hide caption

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Sunday The Emmys, But First The Deggys

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Cartoonist Keith Knight Draws From Real-Life Wake-Up Call For 'Woke'

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The second season of Amazon Prime's The Boys comes out on Friday. Karl Urban plays Butcher (from left), and his "boys" Hughie Campbell (Jack Quaid), The Female (Karen Fukuhara), Frenchie (Tomer Capon) and Mother's Milk (Laz Alonso). Jasper Savage/Amazon Studios hide caption

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Members of the District of Columbia Democratic Party attend a drive-in watch party in the parking lot of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium to watch Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden accept the Democratic nomination for president on the final night of the Democratic National Convention on August 20, 2020. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Sterling K. Brown has been nominated as best lead actor in a drama series for This Is Us and best supporting actor in a comedy series for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon's Prime Video. He's pictured above in Beverly Hills, Calif., in August 2017. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Sterling K. Brown: Black Actors Have Waited 'A Long Time To Be Fully Recognized'

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Late-Night Infomercial Meets Telethon: What 1st DNC Night Was Like For Viewers

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HBO's 'Lovecraft Country' Brings Viewers To A World Of Monsters, Magic and Racism

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The Evolution Of Ellen: A Talk Show Host Faces New Scrutiny

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Leslie Jones announces the 2020 Emmy nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series Tuesday during the 72nd Emmy Awards Nominations Announcements in Los Angeles. Uncredited/Invision for The Television Academy hide caption

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