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'Released' Follows Inmates After Their Prison Sentences

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Megyn Kelly poses on the set of her new show at NBC Studios in New York. Her first week as host of the morning show was rocky. Charles Sykes/Charles Sykes/Invision/AP hide caption

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On NBC's Megyn Kelly, Authenticity And The Elephant In The Room

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Not My Job: We Quiz Adam Scott Of 'Ghosted' On Ghosting

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Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie poses with New Jersey Generals head coach Walt Michaels (left) and Generals owner Donald Trump at a news conference in New York on Feb. 5, 1985. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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Larry David On His 'Curb' Persona: 'The Character Has Emboldened Me'

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Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm character is an exaggerated version of himself. John P. Johnson/HBO hide caption

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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Returns, And Larry David Is Back To Playing Himself

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"Take me to my agent, boy!": Crystal (played by Isabelle Cornish) and Lockjaw the teleporting bulldog (played by A Bunch of Pixels) in Marvel's Inhumans. Marvel Television/ABC hide caption

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In 2007, members of "SixofOne" — a fan club of the television series The Prisoner — re-enacted the game of human chess from the episode "Checkmate," while the sinister Rover (center) looked on. Bruno Vincent/Getty Images hide caption

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Number Six At 50: The 50th Anniversary Of 'The Prisoner'

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Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally once again play Jack McFarland and Karen Walker in NBC's Will & Grace. Chris Haston/NBC hide caption

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'Will & Grace' Is Back, But Will Its Viewers Be?

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Maggie Gyllenhaal plays Candy, a prostitute who hopes to get out of the trade by learning to make porn films, on the HBO series The Deuce. Paul Schiraldi/HBO hide caption

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'Deuce' Creators Capture The Birth Of America's Billion-Dollar Porn Industry

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