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    Contestant James Holzhauer is putting on a performance that is stunning his hapless competitors and viewers at home.
  • Older Companies' Message To Netflix: We Want Our Shows Back
    Over the next few years, Netflix stands to lose content rights to a number of high-profile shows, according to "The Wall Street Journal."
  • Presented For Your Entertainment: Chicago Violence On CBS
    Watching the first two episodes of this eight-episode series was about as entertaining as attending a funeral.
  • ABC Turning Over Two Nights Of Prime Time To NFL Draft
    To air its eight hours of coverage this week, the network will forego regularly scheduled airings of some of its highest-profile shows.
  • Epic Battle To End All Battles Nears On 'Game Of Thrones'
    The second episode of the current season of "Game of Thrones" this past Sunday on HBO was mainly an hour of waiting for war.
  • Seinfeld For President? Ukraine Elects TV Comedian
    TV star Volodymyr Zelensky won the presidential election this past weekend in Ukraine with an estimated 73% of the vote.
  • 'Jeffersons,' 'All In The Family' Caught Up In Remake Mania
    It is open season on works from the past as producers seek to correct, or at least re-imagine, them.
  • Muslim American Comedian Makes Sitcom About His Community
    The new Hulu comedy series called "Ramy" is drawing attention for the community it depicts -- Muslim Americans in New Jersey.
  • Influence And Superpower: The Prime Of Miss Gayle King
    The latest news on Gayle King came on Wednesday when CBS announced that "Time" magazine has named her to its annual "Time 100" list of the world's most influential people.
  • 'Game Of Thrones' Ratings Were Respectable, But Not Epic
    We live in interesting TV times when a hit show's audience amounts to 17.4 million viewers, and this number is considered a blockbuster.
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