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Lifetime and A&E's Janet Jackson docuseries promises more than it delivers

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The cast of Zoom, 1972. Courtesy of WGBH Archives hide caption

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50 years ago, 'Zoom' spoke to children about their real lives

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Matthew Macfadyen says of his initial impression of Succession was that it was "fantastically acid and funny and interesting." Graeme Hunter/ Sourdough Productions/HBO hide caption

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With 'Succession', Matthew Macfadyen finds himself a long way from Mr. Darcy

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Writer-director Joss Whedon attends Dark Horse: Conversations With Joss Whedon during Comic-Con International 2016. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Rethinking Joss Whedon's Legacy Amidst Bullying Allegations

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Amy Schneider will seek to continue her historic winning streak Tuesday night on "Jeopardy!" Casey Durkin/Jeopardy Productions Inc. hide caption

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'And I say, Hey! HEY!' Aardvark Arthur's wonderful new days are ending

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Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand and Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett in The Book of Boba Fett on Disney+. François Duhamel/Lucasfilm Lt/Disney hide caption

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Percy (Taliesin Jaffe), Pike (Ashley Johnson), Grog (Travis Willingham), Vex (Laura Bailey), Keyleth (Marisha Ray) Scanlan (Sam Riegel) and Vax (Liam O'Brien) have +2 swords, will travel. Amazon Studios hide caption

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ABC's Abbott Elementary stars Sheryl Lee Ralph, Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams and Lisa Ann Walter. Gilles Mingasson/ABC hide caption

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Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis in a scene from And Just Like That.... Craig Blankenhorn/HBO Max hide caption

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