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Stan Lee, American comic book writer, editor, publisher and former President of Marvel Comics, attends the premiere of Doctor Strange in 2016. Lee died Monday at the age of 95. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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A True Believer Remembers Stan Lee

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Saturday Night Live said goodbye to Jeff Sessions with Robert De Niro as Robert Mueller and Kate McKinnon as Sessions Saturday. Saturday Night Live via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Hasan Minhaj brings the energy from his stand-up shows to the new Netflix series Patriot Act. Cara Howe/Netflix hide caption

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Late Night Beyond the Jimmys: 'Patriot Act' and 'Busy Tonight'

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The Satanic Temple says a statue in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina bears too close a likeness to the temple's statue of Baphomet, shown here in Little Rock, Ark. Hannah Grabenstein/AP hide caption

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Trauma manifests itself as horror in Netflix's series The Haunting of Hill House. Steve Dietl /Netflix hide caption

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How Haunting is 'Hill House'?

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On the set of East of La Brea at the Islamic Center of Southern California. The Web series, which focuses on two Muslim-American women, is one of a new crop of shows featuring Muslim characters. Leila Fadel/NPR hide caption

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Muslims Are Having A Hollywood Moment

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Megyn Kelly, who left Fox News last year to work at NBC, has sparked controversy repeatedly, most recently with her remarks about whites wearing blackface. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Megyn Kelly Out At NBC's 'Today' Show

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Robin Wright says people like to describe Claire Underwood as "venal" and "cunning" — but she has a hard time seeing her character that way. "I love her because she's so efficient," Wright says. "I mean, she really gets things done, no matter what it takes." Showrunner Melissa James Gibson adds: "She's just as much of an anti-hero as Francis ever was." David Giesbrecht/Netflix hide caption

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'House Of Cards' Stands Without Spacey, As Claire Underwood Brings Closure

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In a video produced by ACRONYM, woman calls 911 and informs the police Todd doesn't plan to vote. ACRONYM/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Getting Out The Youth Vote With A Dash Of Snark

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Actor and musician Riz Ahmed spoke with host Audie Cornish in front of a live audience at Murmrr in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mohamed Sadek for NPR hide caption

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Riz Ahmed On Rapping, Acting And Being His (Sometimes Shirtless) 'Most Complex Self'

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Keeley Hawes, Richard Madden and Paul Ready star in the BBC thriller Bodyguard, which comes to Netflix on October 24. Sophie Mutevelian/World Producti/Netflix hide caption

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Take Thrilling Comfort In 'Bodyguard,' Where The Malfeasance Is Just Fiction

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