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  1. Review: Hulu's 'Harlots' explores 18th century prostitution through the 'whore's eye view'

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    Harlot. Whore. Prostitute. Covent Garden nun.

    "Harlots" on Hulu explores prostitution in 18th century London through the eyes of the prostitutes themselves. (Hulu)
  2. 'Sesame Street' to introduce Julia, a muppet with autism, in April

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    She's the wide-eyed little Muppet with a big smile who has made it to Sesame Street.

    Her name is Julia and she has autism.

    This image released by Sesame Workshop shows Julia, a new autistic muppet character debuting on the 47th Season of "Sesame Street," on April 10, 2017, on both PBS and HBO. [Zach Hyman | Sesame Workshop via AP]
  3. 'SNL' to finish a record-shattering season by doing something it's never done before

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    Saturday Night Live is enjoying its highest-rated season in two decades, and it's going to finish it out by doing something the series has never done before: go live, coast to coast.

    Melissa McCarthy as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on "Saturday Night Live." [Will Heath | NBC]
  4. Review: John Lithgow is a lovable doofus in NBC's 'Trial & Error' crime spoof

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    It's about time that crime documentaries got the silly sitcom spoof.

    John Lithgow plays hilarious doofus Larry Henderson, a “rollercizing” poetry professor accused of homicide. He always manages to say and do the wrong thing.
  5. Review: 'The Americans' is back for Season 5, and everybody's hungry

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    Many of the feelings at the start of Season 5 of The Americans, premiering March 7 on FX, can be summed up in the form of a big, fat cheese Danish.

    Holly Taylor, left, as Paige Jennings, Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings and Keri Russell as Elizabeth Jennings in "Amber Waves,"  Episode 1 of Season 5 of "The Americans." [Patrick Harbron/FX]
  6. Schwarzenegger leaves 'Celebrity Apprentice,' blames Trump for ratings drop

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger announced Friday that he will not be returning for another season of "Celebrity Apprentice" - and he blamed Donald Trump for the show's declining ratings.

    This Dec. 9, 2016 image released by NBC shows Arnold Schwarzenegger, the new boss of "The New Celebrity Apprentice," at a press junket in Universal City, Calif.  Schwarzenegger said Friday that he's through with "The New Celebrity Apprentice," and he's blaming President Donald Trump for the television reality show's recent poor performance. [Paul Drinkwater/NBC via AP]
  7. Dion Lim announces she's leaving as anchor at 10News WTSP

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    Dion Lim, evening anchor at CBS affiliate 10News WTSP in St. Petersburg, announced she is leaving the station to begin "a very exciting adventure just on the horizon."

    Dion Lim announced on Feb. 28, 2017, that she is leaving her position as anchor at 10News WTSP to pursue other opportunities. [WTSP]
  8. Review: Team Bette and Team Joan duke it out over FX's campalicious 'Feud'

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    Two women chasing after Oscar glory, but not ready to meet the finish line in their careers. Facing a sexist industry that had no idea what to do with aging actresses, they turned on each other, literally battling it out for the camera.

    Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange play Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in Ryan Murphy's Feud.
  9. Here's how you can get tickets to see Jimmy Fallon at Universal Orlando

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    Heads up, Jimmy Fallon fans: You can get on the waiting list this week for April tickets to Tonight Show tapings in Orlando, where the host is getting his own theme park ride.

    The Tonight Show will be taped at Universal Studios April 3-6. The waitlist for tickets opens Friday at 11:30 a.m.
  10. Review: CMT's 'Sun Records' can't live up to legacy of Elvis, Cash and more

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    Sam Phillips was an early pioneer for rock 'n' roll and — if you believe CMT's new scripted series Sun Records — the drugs and sex, too.

    The cast of CMT’s Sun Records stars from left, Drake Milligan as a less charming Elvis Presley, Kerry Holiday as Ike Turner, Kevin Fonteyne as Johnny Cash, Dustin Ingram as Carl Perkins and Christian Lees as Jerry Lee Lewis.