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Beyoncé performs onstage at Coachella on April 14, 2018. Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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In Ramy, comedian Ramy Youssef plays a character based on his own experiences growing up as a Muslim and first-generation American in New Jersey. Barbara Nitke/Hulu hide caption

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'Ramy' Is About One Millennial American Muslim — And Everyone's Racist Uncles

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Suranne Jones stars as Anne Lister — sometimes called the first modern lesbian — in Gentleman Jack. Aimee Spinks/HBO hide caption

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'Gentleman Jack' Swaggers Off The Page And Onto The Screen

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The writers' union says that talent agencies are taking too large a share in the deals they negotiate, and that conflicts of interest may prevent them from working in their clients' best interest. David Livingston/Getty Images hide caption

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We Offer Some Pop Culture Advice

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Actress Georgia Engel, famous for her role as Georgette on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, has died at age 70. She is seen here at the opening night of the Broadway musical The Drowsy Chaperone in 2006. Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images hide caption

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Writers Guild of America West President David Goodman speaks in Los Angeles at the 2019 union award ceremony. The WGA instructed is writers to fire their agents on Friday. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Jordan Peele is an executive producer and the narrator for the new version of The Twilight Zone. Robert Falconer//CBS hide caption

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Actor Jussie Smollett leaves a courthouse last month in Chicago. On Thursday, the city sued him to recoup costs of a police investigation that followed what the city says was his false report that he'd been attacked. Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images hide caption

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Henry Winkler won an Emmy Award for playing acting teacher Gene Cousineau on the HBO series Barry. Isabella Vosmikova/HBO hide caption

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'I Never Had A Plan B': Henry Winkler On His Career, From The Fonz To 'Barry'

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Marsai Martin stars as little Jordan Sanders in Little, a wrong-body comedy inspired by the 1988 Tom Hanks film Big. Eli Joshua Adé/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Meet Marsai Martin, The Youngest Executive Producer In Hollywood

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Will Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) stay safe in the final season of Game of Thrones? Will their kicky winter camouflage help? HBO hide caption

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Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) in Crazy-Ex Girlfriend. Erica Parise/The CW hide caption

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The Bold Type stars Aisha Dee as Kat Edison, Katie Stevens as Jane Sloan, and Meghann Fahy as Sutton Brady — three friends working at a women's magazine in New York City. Justin Coit/Freeform hide caption

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In Its Third Season, 'The Bold Type' Balances Real Life With A Glass Of Rosé

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