Who Hollywood Turns To When Untying The Knot

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Father-Son's Carpool Karaoke Of 'Quando, Quando, Quando' Leads To Record Deal

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Kiefer Sutherland stars as Tom Kirkman, a lower-level Cabinet member who suddenly becomes president of the United States, in the ABC series Designated Survivor, which premieres Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET. Ian Watson/ABC hide caption

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Kiefer Sutherland Takes Over The Oval Office As The 'Designated Survivor'

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The main floor at SPX is where independent artists have tables next to larger well-known publishers like Drawn & Quarterly or Fantagraphics Books. Courtesy of SPX hide caption

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A Comics Convention For The Unconventional: The Small Press Expo

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The words of the late writer James Baldwin narrate the award-winning documentary I Am Not Your Negro. Courtesy of the Toronto International Film Festival hide caption

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Juggernauts Repeat At 2016 Emmys, But Fresh Faces Get Their Due

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Luvvie Ajayi speaks on a panel for a screening of Roots at the White House in Washington, D.C. Paul Morigi/Getty Images for History hide caption

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Blogger Luvvie Ajayi Is Judging You With Her New Book

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Donald Glover plays Earnest Marks in the new FX show Atlanta. Matthias Clamer/FX hide caption

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Donald Glover Explores A Surreal Feel In 'Atlanta'

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Fred Armisen and Bill Hader parody The War Room in the new season of Documentary Now! Rhys Thomas/IFC hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Documentary Now!' And Life Onscreen

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Hari Kondabolu worked as an immigrants rights organizer in Seattle and did comedy as a hobby on the side. But as his following grew, he realized he couldn't do both. "There is no such thing as a part-time organizer," he says. Yoon Kim hide caption

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Hari Kondabolu Says His Mom Is Hilarious — And Not Because Of Her Accent

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Rapper Tupac Shakur arrives at New York's Radio City Music Hall on Sept. 4, 1996. Todd Plitt/AP hide caption

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Episode 17: Why Do We Still Care About Tupac?

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Hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, at right, announced they are leaving The Great British Bakeoff in the wake of its move from the BBC to Channel 4. Mark Bourdillon/Love Productions hide caption

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Protesters Rush Stage After Ryan Lochte's 'Dancing With The Stars' Routine

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Jeff Ross (right) roasts TV analyst and former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw at the ESPN Super Bowl Roast in January 2015 in Phoenix, Ariz. Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Friars Club hide caption

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Having Thick Skin Is A 'Survival Technique,' Says Comic Jeff Ross

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Hosts Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott of HGTV's Property Brothers speak onstage during CMA Festival on June 10. Rick Diamond/Getty Images hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: HGTV And Cooking Shows

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