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How 'standuperos' sparked a 'cultural revolution' in Mexico's comedy scene
Using platforms like Netflix, YouTube and Spotify, performers such as Franco Escamilla are taking Mexico's thriving stand-up comedy scene global.
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'What the hell was that?': Late-night TV hosts go live after first debate
"Sitting through that debate felt like getting a COVID test in both nostrils at once," Jimmy Fallon said Tuesday on "The Tonight Show."
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'The 100' left fans outraged and in tears. Why they're still as devoted as ever
Before 'The 100' concludes with Season 7, The Times spoke to its creator, cast and fans about their sometimes fraught, always devoted relationship.
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Review: Democracy fails another stress test as Trump runs roughshod over debate
Chris Wallace tried pleading, placating, interrupting back. Nothing stopped Donald Trump from ignoring all the rules in his first debate with Joe Biden.
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Ready for 'The Mandalorian' Season 2? Now you can watch it with Lego Baby Yoda
Disney is releasing a 1,073-piece Lego set inspired by the Child (better known as Baby Yoda) in tandem with the second season of "The Mandalorian."
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What's on TV Wednesday: 'Assisted Living'; MLB; NBA finals
What's on TV Wednesday, Sept. 30: The series finale of 'The 100' on the CW; "Tyler Perry's Assisted Living" on BET; MLB playoffs; NBA finals
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Gabrielle Union, NBC reach 'amicable resolution' in 'America's Got Talent' dispute
Gabrielle Union and NBC have released a statement months after the former "America's Got Talent" judge filed a discrimination complaint against the network.
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Shannen Doherty on her cancer: 'Not ready for pasture. I've got a lot of life in me'
"Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Shannen Doherty reflects on her life and what's left of it in an Elle interview following her Stage 4 breast cancer relapse.
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TV finally getting its due at Indie Spirit Awards with addition of 5 new prizes
Five television categories will be added to the 2021 Film Independent Spirit Awards, which traditionally honor the best in independent cinema.
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Naya Rivera's sister slights report linking her to sister's ex Ryan Dorsey
Naya Rivera's sister, Nickayla Rivera, doesn't put much stock in the optics of her reported living arrangement with former brother-in-law Ryan Dorsey.
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Jesse Collins becomes the first Black producer of the Super Bowl halftime show
Rapper Jay-Z and his Roc Nation entertainment and sports company have named Jesse Collins as executive producer of this year's Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.
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Commentary: The presidential debate has outlived its usefulness
As Donald Trump and Joe Biden try to sway the rapidly vanishing "undecided voter," 2020 is the year the presidential debates become pure TV spectacle.
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Sorry, no, Prince Harry and Meghan aren't doing a Netflix reality show
The duke and duchess shut down rumors of a Netflix docuseries after a report suggested the project would allow the former actress to show "the real her."
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Bill Maher, Bernie Sanders and Trevor Noah fear Trump won't leave if he loses
A peaceful transition of power has been a cornerstone of American democracy. Now, Trump won't commit to it and Bill Maher is sounding the alarm.
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Want to fix American politics? Start by copying 'The Great British Baking Show'
On the eve of the 2020 presidential debates, the return of "The Great British Baking Show" provides a model for detoxifying our electoral process.
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