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Chris Rock is the head of the new gang trying to gain power in Kansas City, Mo., in the fourth season of Fargo. Elizabeth Morris/FX hide caption

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'Fargo' Season 4 Is As Good As It Gets — Again

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Niv Sultan stars as a tech-savvy Mossad agent trying to escape Iran in the eight-part spy thriller Tehran. Apple TV+ hide caption

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An Israeli Agent Finds Herself Stranded In 'Tehran' In A Gripping New Spy Series

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"The train's afoot!": (L to R) Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin) literally look down on their younger sister Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) in Netflix's Enola Holmes. Alex Bailey/Legendary/Netflix hide caption

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Daniel Levy, pictured here, picked up four Emmys for his work on the series Schitt's Creek. ABC hide caption

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Eugene Levy accepts his award for lead actor in a comedy series for Schitt's Creek as his son (and creative partner) Dan Levy looks on at Sunday night's Emmy Awards. ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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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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What will be the visual cues that film and television will one day use to depict 2020? Malorny/Getty Images hide caption

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In his new book No Rules Rules, Reed Hastings attributes Netflix's success to the unorthodox office culture at the company. Hastings is pictured at Summit LA17 in Los Angeles in 2017. Amy Harris/Invision/AP hide caption

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Netflix CEO Embraces 'No Rules,' But Work Is Anything But Chill

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Hastings Writes About Netflix's Cultural Reinvention In 'No Rules Rules'

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Larry Wilmore's new late night show Wilmore premieres Sept. 18 on the NBC streaming service Peacock. PR hide caption

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Billy Porter on the red carpet for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Rich Polk/Getty Images for IMDb hide caption

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English actor Diana Rigg became widely known in the U.S. for her role as Emma Peel in the 1960s TV series The Avengers. She died Thursday in her home in London. Terry Disney/Express/Getty Images hide caption

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In Avatar: The Last Airbender, Aang, the titular "last airbender" and his friends, Sokka (l) and Katara (r), travel on a flying bison on a quest to bring the world into balance. Nickelodeon hide caption

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Lamorne Morris plays cartoonist Keef Knight in the Hulu comedy Woke. The character is based on Keith Knight, the show's co-creator. Joe Lederer/Hulu hide caption

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In 'Woke,' Cartoonist Keith Knight Drew From A Real-Life 'Wake-Up Call'

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Snow Way Out: A couple (Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons) takes a long road trip during a snowstorm in I'm Thinking of Ending Things on Netflix. Mary Cybulski/Netflix hide caption

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