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The dyed-in-the-wool Brit who is tearing up American roles.
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As platforms proliferate, so does production at Scott Free TV, which — from LA. and London — is busy making programs for broadcast, cable, public television and the streaming services.
A writer reconstructs the 1991 face-off between would-be Justice Clarence Thomas and law professor Anita Hill.
From martial arts to wire work, TV's ever-more startling stunts have viewers pressing rewind for one more look.
Nearly a year in, Trevor Noah is making The Daily Show his own.
To produce Belief — the docu-series on faith that she calls her (capital-O) Offering to the world — Oprah Winfrey supported the three-year, 33-nation production with her own funds. But that's not all that's looking up in Winfrey's world. Ratings are rising at OWN, and scripted series are expanding.
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