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Updated: 12th January 2020 00:13TV & Film

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Entertainment
A conversation with awards season's most valuable supporting actor.
Politics
Tony Schwartz said it will be dominating the president's “consciousness for the vast majority of every waking day.”
Home & Living
One of the best Netflix specials ever debuted over the holiday.

Entertainment
"The Late Show" host also "revealed" the suspect in the Trump statue attack.
Politics
Chris Wallace asked who's attacked U.S. intelligence agencies more than the president in recent years.
Entertainment
The "Hello, Dolly!" and "Hair" actor said his version of "Something Wonderful" honors his truth as a gay man.
Entertainment
The actor, who plays sociopathic killer Joe Goldberg on the Netflix series, reads your theories and, yes, laughs at all the memes.
Entertainment
The actor also weighs in on the lack of awards season recognition for women directors.
Entertainment
The host of the Canadian version of the game show called it "the greatest answer."
Politics
The 2020 presidential candidate and his "SNL" impersonator were both on Friday's episode on NBC's "Today" show.
Politics
“I’m starting to think she might be pretending to be unintentionally ironic and deeply hypocritical," the CNN anchor said of the White House press secretary.
Entertainment
The "Greatest of All Time" tournament is already delivering some stellar moments.
Entertainment
The Trump administration was called out by members of both parties after a contentious briefing on Iran.
Entertainment
The Argentine actor returns to the NYC concert stage after a year of personal milestones, including a viral speech in which he opened up about his sexuality.
Entertainment
The former Fox News host watched the film with several other former staffers who accused men at the network of sexually harassing them.
Entertainment
He also acknowledged “flirting” with his then-CBS co-hosts Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell, but considered it a form of “greeting each other.”
Entertainment
"When Trump took office and Obama started undressing, things got crazy," said the "Late Night" host.
Politics
Michael Steele explained why they aren't "losing any points."
Entertainment
"Late Show" host is totally not reassured by the president's reassurance that "all is well."