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In Chad Hodge's new Fox series, Secret Service agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) travels to Wayward Pines, Idaho, in search of two missing federal agents. Liane Hentscher/FOX hide caption

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TV Thriller 'Wayward Pines' Offers Suspense — And An Ending

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Diane Ruggiero-Wright is a writer and producer for shows including Veronica Mars and the new CW show iZombie. Priska Neely/NPR hide caption

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From Waitress To TV Writer: A 'Surreal, Fantastic Cinderella Story'

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Gina Rodriguez stars alongside Justin Baldoni in The CW's Jane the Virgin. Danny Feld/The CW hide caption

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Diversity Sells — But Hollywood Remains Overwhelmingly White, Male

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The Los Angeles Lakers sport "Los Lakers" jerseys each March, for "Noche Latina" games. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lakers May Be Losing Games, But They're Still Winning Latino Fans

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Betty White (left) stands alongside actor Eddie Albert in front of the a KLAC-TV camera during a broadcast of the live talk show, 'Hollywood on Television,' in 1952. Nigel Dobinson/Getty Images hide caption

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Betty White, The Golden Girl From The Golden Days Of Television

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Chef Sang Yoon prepares a dish at the Top Chef Masters Season 5 Premiere Tasting Event. The rise of competition cooking shows has quickly overtaken the traditional, how-to style of cooking television. Evan Agostini/Chase Sapphire Preferred/AP Images hide caption

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The New Food TV: The Era Of Julia Child Packed Its Knives And Went

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In addition to producing TV sitcoms such as All in the Family and The Jeffersons, Norman Lear has also worked as a social and political activist. AP hide caption

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TV Giant Norman Lear Shares Gems From 92 Years Of 'Experience'

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Amazon recently premiered its new dramedy Transparent. The massive retailer is banking on its original TV content to rope in new customers. Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Amazon Studios hide caption

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Amazon's Original Content Primes The Pump For Bigger Sales

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