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Shrill executive producer Lindy West enjoyed making a fictionalized version of her life: "You can work out all your grudges and your resentments against everyone you've ever met, except with this plausible deniability because it's fictional," she says. Jenny Jimenez/Hulu hide caption

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In 'Shrill,' Lindy West Made The Body Positive Show That She Never Had

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Aidy Bryant plays a young journalist named Annie in the Hulu comedy Shrill. The series is based on Lindy West's 2016 memoir. Allyson Riggs/Hulu hide caption

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Aidy Bryant On 'Shrill,' 'SNL' Thrills, And Not Feeling Bad About Her Body

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Pat Dubek (Molly Shannon) and ChaseDreams (Case Walker) in The Other Two. Jon Pack/Comedy Central hide caption

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Martin Clunes plays Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton in the Acorn TV miniseries Manhunt. Acorn TV hide caption

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'Manhunt' Highlights The Teamwork That Took Down A Serial Killer

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In the American Gods season 2 opener, Shadow (Ricky Whittle) approaches The Carousel, which will ... you know what, it's tough to explain. Myles Aronowitz/Starz hide caption

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Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek speaks as he is inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters' Broadcasting Hall of Fame in Las Vegas in April 2018. On Wednesday, he revealed that he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Following a report about the close relationship between Fox News and the Trump White House, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez said the Democratic Party will not allow the network to host any of its primary debates in 2020. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Luke Perry, photographed here in 1994, died Monday after suffering a massive stroke. Fox Broadcasting/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Jackson arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse during his child molestation trial in May 2005. Carlo Allegri/Getty Images hide caption

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'Leaving Neverland' Is Hard To Watch — But Important To See

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Wade Robson met Michael Jackson more than 30 years ago. "He was one of the kindest, most gentle, loving, caring people I knew," Robson says. "He also sexually abused me for seven years." Robson, pictured above, and James Safechuck — who also met Jackson as a child in the 1980s — tell their stories in the new HBO documentary Leaving Neverland. HBO hide caption

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'Leaving Neverland' Makes Powerful But One-Sided Case Against The King Of Pop

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Natasha Lyonne co-created and stars in the Netflix series Russian Doll. Netflix hide caption

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Russian Doll: Let Us Loop You In

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Pamela Adlon stars as Sam Fox, a single working mother, in the FX series Better Things. Suzanne Tenner /FX hide caption

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Pamela Adlon: 'Better Things' Season 3 Is 'An Exaggerated Version Of My Life'

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