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Anderson .Paak
TITLE Ventura LABEL Aftermath/12 Tone Music GENRE R&B LEAVE IT TO A JACK-OF-ALL-trades artist like Anderson .Paak to drop another heater five months after his last effort. But unlike November’s Oxnard, which mixed strains of hip-hop with funk a
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Bachelorette Party
FROM THE TEARS TO THE RINGS TO THE MEN, 12 FORMER BACHELORETTES REFLECT CANDIDLY ON THEIR TIME ON THE ABC REALITY DATING SHOW AHEAD OF SEASON 15.
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What to Watch
WATCH IT LIVE! Everyone will be talking about it tomorrow MONDAY APRIL 15 Series Debut No Good Nick STREAMING | NETFLIX On this mostly-for-kids sitcom dramedy, Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin play the Thompsons, parents of two teenagers who ta
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She’s Someone To Watch
Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, the creator of MTV’s Sweet/Vicious, makes her directorial debut with Netflix’s hilarious Someone Great.
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The New Normal
ALREADY A HUGE HIT IN THE U.K., NORMAL PEOPLE IS THE BUZZIEST NOVEL OF THE YEAR—AND ITS 28-YEAR-OLD AUTHOR, SALLY ROONEY, IS BEING HAILED AS THE ROMANTIC, HYPER-INTELLIGENT VOICE OF HER GENERATION. JUST DON’T TELL HER THAT.
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TV’s Marathon Man
He went straight from Scrubs to The Middle to Abby’s (Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on NBC). Neil Flynn, 58, reflects on working 18 consecutive years on network comedies.
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Just Her Tempo
ALMOST SIX YEARS AFTER HER DEBUT, 30-YEAR-OLD RAPPER-SINGER-DANCER-FLAUTIST LIZZO IS PRIMED FOR A POP MUSIC TAKEOVER
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The Red Line
DATE Debuts April 28 TIME 8 p.m. NETWORK CBS LET’S START WITH THE GOOD NEWS: A STUFFY broadcast network hired a major TV star to play one half of an interracial gay couple on a series that aims to explore inherent racial biases in Chicago and A
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Charlie’s Angels
Look who’s back in business. The new Angels have answered Charlie’s call—and EW has a sneak peek at their latest mission.
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Little
STARRING Marsai Martin, Issa Rae, Regina Hall DIRECTED BY Tina Gordon RATING PG-13 LENGTH 1 hr., 49 mins. INSIDE EVERY BIG FAT BULLY IS a scared, insecure kid. That’s probably what your mother always told you, even if hearing it never actuall
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To Cap It Off
AS CHRIS EVANS’ CAPTAIN AMERICA FACES AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE, WE REVIEW HIS PAST THROUGH EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS FROM THE SET OF EACH OF HIS FILMS. THERE’S A LOT, BUT WE CAN DO THIS ALL DAY.
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Jack Of All Shades
With The Mister, E.L. James is looking to break free from the bondage of all that Fifty Shades has come to represent—and start fresh. But can she?
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Comedy’s New Leading Man
WHO RAMY YOUSSEF WHY YOU KNOW HIM After three seasons on Scott Baio’s Nick at Nite sitcom See Dad Run, Youssef played security analyst Samar Swailem on USA’s Mr. Robot. WHY YOU WILL KNOW HIM The actor and stand-up comedian, 28, is the co-creator
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NEW & NOTABLE
HOT DEBUTS OPTIC NERVE BY MARIA GAINZA FICTION E C Gainza’s long-awaited English-language debut is a provocative novel that investigates the power, value, and emotional significance that art carries—through the perspective of one deeply curious Arg
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Super Woman
GUGU MBATHA-RAW HAS PLAYED a glamorously miserable pop star (Beyond the Lights), a flirty feather duster (Beauty and the Beast), and an ’80s lesbian icon (Black Mirror’s “San Junipero”), but she hadn’t yet dipped her toe into Hollywood’s most bankabl
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She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power
DATE Premieres April 26 TIME Streaming NETWORK Netflix THE FUN, FIERY SHE-RA REBOOT stars Adora (voiced by Aimee Carrero), a mysterious orphan with a magic sword. But as season 2 begins, she’s just one member of the Princess Alliance, a femocra
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View From the Library
The Lord of the Rings was first published in the mid-’50s and, along with the rest of J.R.R. Tolkien’s legendarium, was intended to provide Great Britain with its very own formative mythology. Nevertheless, the stories have always found a passionate
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Edith and Her Sisters
J.R.R. Tolkien was often inspired by his wife, Edith Bratt, when it came to writing the witty, resolute, and often fierce women in his beloved stories.
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Lord of the Rings’ Next Act: The Second Age
Amazon is going there and back again with a new show exploring previously unseen regions of Middle-earth.
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The Future (of TV) Is Female
As the broadcast networks prepare to announce their fall schedules in May, one significant trend has emerged this pilot season: #MeToo has made an impact.
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Missing Link
STARRING Hugh Jackman, Zach Galifianakis DIRECTED BY Chris Butler RATING PG LENGTH 1 hr., 34 mins. LIKE A VERY TALL, HAIRY COUSIN of Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue,” Missing Link’s lumbering hero is a Sasquatch named Susan: a gentle giant who
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Normal People
BY Sally Rooney PAGES GENRE 266 GENRE Fiction EVERY GENERATION GETS THE designation it supposedly deserves. The already well-worn logline on millennials is that they’re all short-attention-span egoists trapped in some perpetual internet ether;
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Elisabeth Moss Is Ready to Rock
The Handmaid’s Tale star spirals out of control in Alex Ross Perry’s Her Smell, a raw, unconventional chronicle of a punk rocker’s journey to hell and back.
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Ramy
DATE Launches April 19 TIME Streaming NETWORK Hulu IT’S A TYPICAL DAY IN A TYPICAL AMERICAN LIFE. RAMY (Ramy Youssef) is a regular twentysomething. He works at one of those start-ups. Dating’s a struggle. He kinda has commitment issues, he beli
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Stronger Than Ever
Country-music icon Reba McEntire, 64, chats with EW about the refreshed sound of her fierce and poignant new album.
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Eat, Pray, Talk
In her revelatory new book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb wants to change the way readers think about therapy—and life.
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Family Reunion
The latest Hellboy brings one of the franchise’s oldest villains—the Russian witch Baba Yaga—to life in horrifying fashion.
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To Catch A Thief (not) ($136 Million Jewel)
MOVIE STARS, WORLD LEADERS, AND LUMINARIES HAVE DESCENDED ON THE LUXURIOUS CARLTON HOTEL—HOME OF THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL—FOR MORE THAN SEVEN DECADES. BUT THE SETTING OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S CAT-BURGLAR CLASSIC HAS ALSO BEEN THE SCENE OF TWO OF THE WOR
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All For One
WITH THE END(GAME) IN SIGHT, THE FOUNDING AVENGERS ASSEMBLE TO SHARE STORIES ABOUT STAN LEE, STAR TREK, AND HOW TO KEEP A LID ON THE MOST SECRETIVE MOVIE THEY’VE EVER MADE
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Casting Away
From Arrow to Riverdale to YOU to Gossip Girl, casting director David Rapaport has helped craft some of the most beloved ensembles on TV. Here he shares secrets from his impressive career.
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