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Anna Kendrick can tell a good tale about the rocky road to love. And she can laugh about it. She brings those talents — and much more — to her roles as star and executive producer of HBO Max’s refreshingly relatable Love Life.

By Mara Reinstein

In an Emmy season unlike any other, audiences are lauding these five for their discerning, diverse performances.

Seth Meyers credits pal Tina Fey for this lesson learned: more women on a show means more talent. (Cue the eye roll from the women on his writing staff.)

By Mara Reinstein

With its never-before-seen images — shot over two years around the world — a BBC America docuseries is enthralling viewers and, perhaps, changing minds.

By Michele Shapiro

Like the rhythm and horn players in a jumpin’ jazz band, A-list artists came together for The Eddy, the new Netflix series set in a Paris club. Its prominent producers (including La La Land’s Damien Chazelle) and performers (André Holland and Amandla Stenberg lead the cast) bring to life a city on the edge, where an expat and his pals find refuge in the music they love.

By Benji Wilson

Hollywood history is alive and well at Turner Classic Movies, whose five hosts — each a film expert extraordinaire — shine as brightly in the film firmament as the stars of the silver screen.

By John Grifiths
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