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'That's All Folks:' Saturday Morning Cartoons Bid Farewell

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Lena Dunham's new collection of personal essays about her relationships, friendships and obsessive-compulsive disorder has received rave reviews. Autumn de Wilde/Courtesy of Random House hide caption

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Lena Dunham On Sex, Oversharing And Writing About Lost 'Girls'

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Over his 17-year career, John Cho, an Asian-American actor, has managed to not be cast primarily as "an Asian-American actor." Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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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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Jeffrey Tambor plays Maura on the new drama Transparent on Amazon Prime. Courtesy of Amazon Studios hide caption

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In 'Transparent,' A 70-Year-Old Divorced Dad Comes Out As A Woman

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'Saturday Night Live' Begins Season 40 This Weekend

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Network TV's Fall Lineup Distinguished By Diversity

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Shane Smith, founder and CEO of Vice Media. John Minchillo/AP Images for PromaxBDA hide caption

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Media Group Evolves From Covering Vice To War Zones

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Shonda Rhimes (left) with Scandal star Kerry Washington at a 2012 press conference. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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How Not To Handle A New Voice In TV

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Meet The Johnsons, TV's 'Black-ish' Family

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