Remembering Grant Tinker, 'Mary Tyler Moore' Producer And NBC Chair

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With the help of her friend Maggie (Debi Mazar), single mom Liza (Sutton Foster) recasts herself as a 26-year-old in order to get a coveted publishing job. Photo courtesy of TV Land hide caption

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Small Batch: 'Younger'

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'Monkey See' Highlights Small Bright Spots In Pop Culture This Year

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Yoshi Sudarso stars in "It's Asian Men!," a film that counteracts stereotype by showcasing Asian-American men as romantic leads. Jeremy Marinas/@jmarinasphoto hide caption

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'It's (Sexy) Asian Men!' Hallelujah!

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Nicole Maines is one of 11 transgender individuals profiled in the HBO documentary The Trans List, which premieres Monday. In 2014, Maines became the first transgender youth to win a discrimination lawsuit. Her case was against a school district, because her middle school wouldn't let her use the girls' bathroom. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders/HBO hide caption

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11 Transgender Americans Share Their Stories In HBO's 'The Trans List'

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Do Androids Dream of Electric Lambs, Clarice? (L to R: Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden and Anthony Hopkins in the season finale of HBO's Westworld). HBO hide caption

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Small Batch: The Violent Delights And Violent Ends Of 'Westworld'

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TV Executives Plan To Skip Q&A Session With Critics

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Stepping Into 'Talking As Fast As I Can' Again Is Like Sense Memory For Actor Lauren Graham

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Elton John offered free tickets for his concert to Canadian border guard after the guard helped the singer get through customs. The guard wasn't supposed to accept the tickets, but he did and was then suspended. Kevin Winter/Getty Images for AOL hide caption

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Finland's Postal Service Goes Above And Beyond Delivering Mail

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Emily Gilmore (Kelly Bishop), Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham), and Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel). Robert Voets/Netflix hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Gilmore Girls' And 'Moana'

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Ginger Rogers is a plucky hotel switchboard operator who helps foil a spy ring in Ginger Rogers And The Riddle Of The Scarlet Cloak. Whitman and Grosset & Dunlap Publications hide caption

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Ilana (Ilana Glazer) and Abbi (Abbi Jacobson) routinely take the subway in Broad City. But public transit hasn't always been featured so prominently on television. Linda Kallerus/Comedy Central hide caption

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Stand Clear Of The Doors: TV Finally Gets On Board With Mass Transit

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In The New 'Gilmore Girls,' Rory Gilmore Turns Out To Be A Bad Journalist

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Corey Ryan Forrester, Drew Morgan and Trae Crowder write and perform together. They wrote a book called The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, which challenges what readers might expect from Southern comedy. Robin Marchant/Getty Images hide caption

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'Liberal Rednecks' Are Killing Southern Stereotypes With Comedy

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Do 'Hipster Cooking Gadgets' Spoil Comfort Of Cooking?

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Actor Ron Glass Dies At Age 71

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas is celebrating 50 years of being one of the few good Christmas TV specials. ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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Bah Humbug! Why Are Most Christmas TV Specials So Bad?

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