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Emmy Awards: 'Handmaid's Tale' And 'Veep' Win In Multiple Categories

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VA Cautions Ken Burns' Vietnam Documentary Could Trigger PTSD

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The cast and crew of The Handmaid's Tale — including Emmy winners Ann Dowd and Elisabeth Moss, actress Samira Wiley, and author Margaret Atwood — onstage during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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At The Emmys, It Was A Big Night For Juggernauts

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NPR's Eric Deggans On Which Shows Deserve To Win

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'The State' Explores Life Inside ISIS

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The Deuce takes place in 1970s New York, as pornography is becoming legal. (Pictured: Pernell Walker, James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal.) Paul Schiraldi/HBO hide caption

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Pimps, Porn And Prostitution: Dissecting 'The Deuce'

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Review: Ken Burns' 'The Vietnam War'

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'Saturday Night Live' Stops Accepting Jokes From Freelancers

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Actor Frank Vincent, Who Portrayed Mobsters In 'Goodfellas' And 'The Sopranos,' Dies

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Ken Burns' 10-part, 18-hour series premiers Sunday. Above, an American Marine machine gun crew is poised for action. Cpl. Aker/PBS hide caption

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New Ken Burns Series Remembers Vietnam War Through The Eyes Of Everyday People

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Where No One Has Gone Before, For Good Reason: (L-R): Penny Johnson Jerald, Mark Jackson, Seth MacFarlane, Peter Macon, Scott Grimes, Adrianne Palicki, J. Lee and Halston Sage star in The Orville. FOX hide caption

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Maggie Gyllenhaal plays Candy, a prostitute who begins to see a way off the street, in HBO's The Deuce. Paul Schiraldi/HBO hide caption

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In 'The Deuce,' Sex Isn't Titillating — It's Business

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Actress Pamela Adlon Says 'Better Things' Is Dedicated To Her Daughters

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'Top Of The Lake: China Girl' Takes You Places Cop Shows Usually Ignore

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