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A scene in the show 13 Reasons Why that had shown actress Katherine Langford's character taking her own life has been edited out. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Emily Nussbaum received the most hate mail of her career after she panned season 1 of HBO's True Detective. "Most of it was handwritten," she says. C. Clive Thompson/Penguin Random House hide caption

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We All Watch In Our Own Way: A Critic Tracks The 'TV Revolution'

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Cassandra Ciangherotti, Bernardo Velasco, and Julio Torres star in the new HBO show Los Espookys. Jennifer Clasen/HBO hide caption

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Indya Moore walks the runway as Angel in the FX series Pose. Michael Parmelee/FX hide caption

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'Pose' Choreographer Creates A Safe Space — On The Runway

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"We're all a bit of a mess ..." says David Harbour. "I've always wanted to portray that." Harbour plays the cantankerous police chief Jim Hopper on the Netflix series Stranger Things. It returns for its third season on July 4. Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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'Stranger Things' Star David Harbour Will Take Messy Over Perfect Any Day

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Netflix said future shows aimed at its younger audiences will not depict smoking or e-cigarette use unless it is "essential." The streaming content giant also says information about smoking will be included as part of its ratings. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church play divorced parents on the HBO comedy series Divorce. Craig Blankenhorn/HBO hide caption

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Sarah Jessica Parker On 'Sex,' 'Divorce,' Marriage And #MeToo

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Justina Machado (left) and Gloria Calderón Kellett of One Day at a Time attend the show's Season 3 premiere. Pop TV announced it picked up the show for a fourth season after it was canceled by Netflix. JC Olivera/Getty Images hide caption

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What Fans Can Expect When 'One Day At A Time' Returns In 2020

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The seven-part Showtime series The Loudest Voice traces the rise and fall of Fox News chief Roger Ailes (Russell Crowe). Showtime hide caption

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Loud But Not Captivating: Drama About Fox News Chief Roger Ailes Falls Flat

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Justina Machado (left) and Gloria Calderón Kellett of One Day at a Time take part in the panel discussion August 2018. On Thursday, officials from Pop TV announced it will carry the show's fourth season after it was cancelled by Netflix. Phil Mccarten/Invision/AP hide caption

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Sienna Miller plays Beth Ailes, Roger Ailes' wife, in The Loudest Voice on Showtime. JoJo Whilden/Showtime hide caption

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Roger Ailes Had 'The Loudest Voice' — Beth Ailes Had 'A Real Fierce Loyalty'

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Emily Nussbaum is the TV critic for The New Yorker. Clive Thompson/Courtesy of Random House hide caption

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From 'Buffy' Superfan To Pulitzer Prize, A Critic Celebrates TV On Her Own Terms

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Ramy Youssef is the co-creator and star of the semi-autobiographical Hulu series Ramy. "From the onset ... we really wanted to challenge our main character," he says. Hasan Amin/Hulu hide caption

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Comic Ramy Youssef On Being An 'Allah Carte' Muslim: 'You Sit In Contradictions'

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Emma Thompson plays Vivienne Rook, a plain-speaking businesswoman turned populist politician, in the HBO series Years and Years. HBO hide caption

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Imagining A Dismal Future, 'Years And Years' Says Plenty About The Present

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"I'm a boring human being that just happens to have amazing writers to make me look really interesting on television," says Arturo Castro, creator and star of Alternatino. Cara Howe/Comedy Central hide caption

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'Alternatino' Star Arturo Castro Wants You To Know You're 'Invited To The Party'

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In the Legion's third (and final) season, it's not clear if the show's central character, David Haller (Dan Stevens), is a hero or a villain. Suzanne Tenner/FX hide caption

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'Legion' And 'Jessica Jones' Played The Long Game — And It Paid Off

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