Late Night TV Shows Take Aim At Trump, Score Well In Ratings

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Gary Cooper plays the sheriff in the 1952 film High Noon. Author Glenn Frankel says the film can be viewed as a parable for the Hollywood blacklist era. Associated Press hide caption

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What A Classic '50s Western Can Teach Us About The Hollywood Blacklist

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Writer/director/producer Jordan Peele on the set of Universal Pictures' Get Out. Justin Lubin/Universal Pictures hide caption

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In 'Get Out,' Jordan Peele Tackles The 'Human Horror' Of Racial Fear

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'The Good Fight' Offers Edgier Version of 'The Good Wife' In Series Debut

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Shailene Woodley, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman play Monterey moms — and possible murderers — in the HBO miniseries Big Little Lies. HBO hide caption

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New Dramas 'Good Fight' And 'Big Little Lies' Make A Case For Subscription TV

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A red-eyed tree frog found in the jungle in Costa Rica. Emma Napper/BBC America hide caption

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Nature's Ready For Her Close-Up: 'Planet Earth II' Returns In Ultra High-Def

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Galifianakis' character, Chip Baskets, has moved back home to Bakersfield, Calif., after dropping out of clown school. Frank Ockenfels/FX hide caption

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Zach Galifianakis Says 'Baskets' Isn't For Everyone, 'And That Was The Point'

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Rachel and Nick smooch in a highly realistic, tooooootally normal romantic situation on The Bachelor. Spoiler alert: He isn't going to pick her, because she's the next Bachelorette. Mark Coffey/ABC hide caption

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The Purely Accidental Lessons Of The First Black 'Bachelorette'

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