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Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler would never breathe on each other like this (an earlier moment in the series) in the new Parks and Recreation special, but at least they can talk on video. Ben Cohen/NBC hide caption

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ABC News Reporter Appears On TV In A Blazer And No Pants

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Homeland has come to an end after eight seasons. Claire Danes starred as CIA officer Carrie Mathison and Mandy Patinkin played her boss, Saul Berenson. Sifeddine Elamine/SHOWTIME hide caption

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Who'd Have Thought We'd Be Watching The 'Homeland' Finale To 'De-Stress'?

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Mindy Kaling drew on her own high school experiences to co-create the Netflix series Never Have I Ever. Richard Shotwell/AP hide caption

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Mindy Kaling Brings A New Nerd To TV, And Finds She 'Was Not Alone' As A Teen

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New 'Penny Dreadful' Set In Los Angeles

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High Heels, Small Towns: 'We're Here' Reveals The Uplifting Power Of Drag

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Remembering Tony Award-Winning Character Actor Brian Dennehy

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On Showtime, 'Homeland' Bids Adieu, While 'Penny Dreadful' Marks Its Return

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People gather outside the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Monday to protest the state's stay-at-home order, which is in effect until May 1. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Fox News Executive Tries To Rein In Stars As They Cheer On Anti-Lockdown Rallies

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'Bosch' And 'The Good Fight' Capture The Endless Battle Against Evil Doers

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In the HBO series The Plot Against America, Zoe Kazan plays Bess, a Jewish mother whose family faces antisemitic discrimination. Michele K. Short/HBO hide caption

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For Zoe Kazan, 'Plot Against America' Is 'Scarily Prescient' And Personal

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