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Clark Kent has a tense moment with his son Jordan in the CW's new Superman & Lois. Dean Buscher/The CW hide caption

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In 'Superman & Lois,' The Man Of Steel Faces His Biggest Challenge Yet: Fatherhood

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Olly Alexander and Lydia West star as Ritchie Tozer and Jill Baxter in It's A Sin. Russ Ferguson/HBO Max hide caption

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Bachelor host Chris Harrison, above right, has temporarily stepped away from the show following controversial remarks involving race. The franchise's current season features Matt James, top left, as the show's first male Black lead. Craig Sjodin/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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In A Season Highlighting Diversity, 'The Bachelor' Lands In Controversy Around Race

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'Allen V. Farrow' Digs Deep Into A Tale Of Celebrity, Power And Silence

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Olly Alexander as Ritchie Tozer in It's a Sin. Ben Blackall/HBO hide caption

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'It's A Sin' Brings A Lost Generation Of Gay Men To Life

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It's a Sin follows a cast of characters (Omari Douglas, Lydia West, David Carlyle, Callum Scott Howells and Nathaniel Curtis) in London as they deal with the emergence of the AIDS epidemic. Ben Blackall/HBO Max hide caption

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'It's A Sin' Series, Set During AIDS Epidemic, Resonates During COVID-19

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Mark Cuban fields pitches from aspiring entrepreneurs on an episode of ABC's Shark Tank. ABC hide caption

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Abigail Barlow, left, and Emily Bear are the creative duo behind Bridgerton the musical. "We wanted to be able to tell a stand-alone story and still honor what was created in the books and the TV show," says Barlow. "But honestly, we want to bring something new to these characters as well." Igor Kasyanyuk hide caption

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Now Playing On TikTok: 'Bridgerton' The Musical

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Rashida Jones says that growing up with two famous parents (Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton) gave her a "very healthy perspective on fame." She's pictured above at the 2019 Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Rashida Jones On Becoming A Mom, Losing Her Mom, And The 'Big Chapters' Of Life

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Mark McKinney as Glenn, Lauren Ash as Dina, and America Ferrera as Amy in the sixth season of Superstore. Greg Gayne/NBC hide caption

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Desus Nice and The Kid Mero are hosts of the late night show Desus & Mero, now in its third season on Showtime. Greg Endries/Showtime hide caption

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Desus And Mero On Politics, Fame And Life In The Pandemic

Desus Nice and The Kid Mero went from calling up "anyone in their phone book" in the early days of their podcast Bodega Boys, to booking big names in politics like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and President Barack Obama on Desus & Mero, their late-night show airing on Showtime. Covering a mix of pop culture, politics, headlines and internet hijinks, Desus and Mero talk to Sam about keeping their show's vibe while working from home, how their view of politics has evolved as their platform has grown and the strange ways that life has changed now that these Bronx natives are famous.

Desus And Mero On Politics, Fame And Life In The Pandemic

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Comedian Josh Gondelman is a writer and producer for Showtime's Desus & Mero. Mindy Tucker hide caption

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Flat Matt, Falling Lemons And Digital Dolly: The 2021 Super Bowl Ads

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The Weeknd performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images hide caption

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Gustavo Santaolalla discusses wide array of musical pursuits. Betsy Meza Moreno/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gustavo Santaolalla: A True Master Of All Trades

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Emilia Jones appears in the new Siân Heder film CODA, which won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Seacia Pavao/Courtesy of Sundance Institute hide caption

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