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A cable box on top of a television in Philadelphia. One analyst finds that economics is the key driver behind the growing phenomenon of "cord-nevers," people who never subscribed to cable or satellite TV. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Viola Davis accepts the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for How to Get Away With Murder at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 20. Alex Berliner/Invision for the Television Academy/AP hide caption

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Placards determining where Emmy Awards guests will be seated in Microsoft Theatre are pictured during the 67th Emmy Awards Press Preview Day on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Dish Network satellite dishes mounted on an apartment building roof in Palo Alto, Calif. A dispute with Sinclair Broadcasting Group has blocked local stations for over 5 million people. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Actress Meryem Uzerli takes a break with colleagues on the set of Magnificent Century in Istanbul. The craze for Turkish TV dramas has spread to the Middle East and to Latin America, where telenovelas rule. Ed Kashi/VII/Corbis hide caption

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Turkish TV Travels Far As Craze For Dramas Goes Global

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Robin Thede is head writer for Comedy Central's The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. She's previously been a reporter for E! News, a writer for BET's Real Husbands of Hollywood and head writer for The Queen Latifah Show. Jaxonphotogroup/Courtesy of Robin Thede hide caption

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In The Writer's Room, One Woman Quietly Makes Late Night History

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Sunday's FIFA Women's World Cup final drew record U.S. TV ratings that are similar to the decisive Game 6 of last month's NBA Finals. Here, Carli Lloyd, No. 10, celebrates the second U.S. goal with teammates. Wang Lili/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Gordon (played by Roscoe Orman), Maria (played by Sonia Manzano), and The Count on Sesame Street's 42nd season. Manzano is closing out a Sesame Street career that began in 1971. Zach Hyman/Sesame Street hide caption

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