'GLOW' And 'Prime Suspect': Two TV Series You Won't Want To Miss

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'Gong Show' Reboot And Other New Game Shows Coming This Summmer

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'Bachelor In Paradise' Suspends Filming After Sexual Assault Allegations

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In celebration of Fresh Air's 30th anniversary, Seth Meyers joined Terry Gross for a taping in front of a live audience on June 9, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pa. Paul Loftland/Paul Loftland Photography hide caption

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For Our 30th Anniversary, Fresh Air Tapes Live With Seth Meyers Of 'Late Night'

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Alison Brie stars in Netflix's GLOW, a fictionalized take on the story behind the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling league. Erica Parise/Netflix hide caption

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Summer TV Starts Strong With These June Premieres

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Bill Cosby walks outside the courtroom during a break on the third day of his sexual assault trial in the Montgomery County Courthouse June 7, 2017 in Norristown, Pa. Mark Makela/Getty Images hide caption

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Adam West, Batman Of The 1960s, Dies At 88, After Short Battle With Leukemia

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In his new special, Klepper tries to focus on activists who are working to reduce gun violence. Matt Salacuse/Comedy Central hide caption

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Giancarlo Esposito returns as the notorious Breaking Bad drug lord Gus Fring on the AMC prequel series, Better Call Saul. Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures hide caption

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'Better Call Saul' Actor Giancarlo Esposito On The Making Of An Iconic Villain

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British actor Peter Sallis, who voiced the part of Wallace in the Wallace and Gromit clay animation films, posed in 2005 with a person dressed as that character at the movie premiere of Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Paul Ashby/AP hide caption

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A scene from Lies That Bind, one of Kenya's most successful homegrown soap operas. Its creator was inspired by the Mexican telenovelas she watched as a kid. Courtesy of Lies That Bind hide caption

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Why East Africa Is Hooked On Telenovelas

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No Cameras, No Phones: You Can't Watch Bill Cosby's High-Profile Trial

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Late night host Bill Maher, at a New York City comedy festival in November, is taking heat for using the N-word on his HBO show Real Time on Friday. Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill Maher Apologizes After Using N-Word On His Show

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