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  • WarnerMedia names Ann Sarnoff as CEO of Warner Bros

    (Reuters) - WarnerMedia on Monday said it appointed Ann Sarnoff as the chief executive officer of Warner Bros, the first woman to run one of Hollywood's most powerful studios in its 96-year history.

  • TV Review: 'Years and Years'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Give HBO's latest drama six hours of your time, and it'll tell you the story of the 21st century.

  • Mueller's Russia report gets celebrity staged reading in New York

    (Reuters) - Robert Mueller's report on Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election is getting a star-studded staged reading on Monday.

  • With gay couple as stars, Mexican telenovela set to make history

    MEXICO CITY, June 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A Mexican soap opera that debuts on Sunday is set to make television history as the country's first telenovela to feature a gay couple as the leading characters.

  • Special prosecutor to examine Jussie Smollett case in Chicago

    (Reuters) - A Chicago judge on Friday ordered a special prosecutor to examine the handling of actor Jussie Smollett's discredited claim that he was the victim of a hate crime, setting up the possibility he could be criminally charged a second time, a police spokesman said.

  • Wallenda stunt siblings to walk 25 stories high across Times Square

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The rope is no wider than his thumb, the height is 25 stories up and the length is five city blocks, but what really concerns aerialist Nik Wallenda about his highwire walk in New York on Sunday is his sister.

  • CORRECTED-Democrat Bullock seizes spotlight after getting left out of presidential debate

    June 18 (Reuters) - Montana Governor Steve Bullock is making a flurry of appearances on television and the campaign trail after getting locked out of next week's Democratic Party presidential debate, a move aimed at turning the bad news into a boost for his candidacy.

  • New York jury convicts man who starved, branded women in sex cult

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Keith Raniere, a New York man accused of running a cult-like group in which women were kept on starvation diets, branded with his initials and ordered to have sex with him, was found guilty of all charges against him by a New York jury on Wednesday.

  • Trump stands by comments about wrongly convicted 'Central Park Five'

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday stood by claims he made about five men who were wrongly convicted for the brutal rape of a female jogger in New York City's Central Park 30 years ago.

  • TV Review: 'Reef Break'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Unmoored from reason or shame and buoyed by its willingness to be as silly as it wants to be, the new ABC drama "Reef Break" is a wildly unserious piece of television. In that, it's a bit refreshing -- a network series that embraces its network-iness, that has absolutely no ambition beyond evoking a smile. "Reef Break," about a thief-turned-fixer who finds herself involved in fighting crime on a Pacific idyll, is not particularly distinguished, but as an example of a particular sort of television-making, it's better-done than it might be.

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