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Florence Pugh stars in Don't Worry Darling. Warner Bros. Entertainment hide caption

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Group photo of Bakers in the Tent (L to R) (back) Sandro, William, Abdul, Carol, Maisam, Syabira, Maxy (front) James Rebs Janusz, Dawn, Kevin on The Great British Baking Show on Netflix. Mark Bourdillon/Netflix hide caption

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Florence Pugh and Harry Styles star in Don't Worry Darling Warner Bros. Entertainment hide caption

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Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan in See How They Run. Parisa Taghizadeh/Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes star in the Netflix film Do Revenge. Kim Simms/Netflix hide caption

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Lana Kane (Aisha Tyler), Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) in a scene from the series Archer. FXX hide caption

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Sheryl Lee Ralph accepts the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series for Abbott Elementary onstage during the 74th Emmy Awards. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Viola Davis and Thuso Mbedu star in The Woman King. Sony Pictures hide caption

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Quinta Brunson and Daniel Radcliffe star in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story. The Roku Channel hide caption

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Our pop culture picks for this fall

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Serena Williams motions a heart to fans during the 2022 U.S. Open tennis championships. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson poses with the Emmy for outstanding writing for a comedy series. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Sheryl Lee Ralph sings as she accepts the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series for "Abbott Elementary" onstage during the 74th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on September 12, 2022. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Lee Jung-jae in Netflix's Squid Game. Noh Juhan/Netflix hide caption

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Queen Elizabeth II as portrayed by Claire Foy (The Crown), Helen Mirren (The Queen) and Imelda Staunton (The Crown). Netflix; Laurie Sparham/Miramax Films; Alex Bailey/Netflix hide caption

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For decades, the media struggled to capture Queen Elizabeth II

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Pinocchio (Benjamin Ainsworth) and Geppetto (Tom Hanks) in a remake of the 1940 animated film. Disney + hide caption

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Queen Elizabeth II at an Armed Forces Act of Loyalty Parade on June 28, 2022 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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