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    Jennifer Coolidge at Provincetown: 'I Should Have Stopped at 'American Pie'

    The comedian looked back on her career during a discussion hosted by B. Ruby Rich at the 2015 Provincetown International Film Festival.

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    Taylor Schilling on Prosthetic Penises and Escaping Stock Roles

    The "Orange is the New Black" star spoke with Indiewire about her hit Netflix show and her work in the sexy indie comedy "The Overnight," which opens this Friday.

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    'Silicon Valley' and the Curious Case of Season 2's 'Woman Problem'

    Just when the second season of Mike Judge's tech satire seemed to be fixing Season 1's biggest criticism, it abruptly stopped. What gives?

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    Watch: New Amazon Series 'Catastrophe' Has a New Take On Getting 'Knocked Up'

    Carrie Fisher guest stars in the new series.

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    Netflix's 'Grace and Frankie' and the Rise of the Bad Grandma (VIDEO)

    In fiction and nonfiction, in film and on television, this surprising icon of our youth-mad culture is a particularly apt emblem of feminism's latest pop-cultural moment.

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    Showtime's Smug 'HAPPYish' Is a Curmudgeon's Defense of Society's Most Sacred Cow

    Steve Coogan plays a sad-sack ad man in this bitter, lazy series that is almost entirely without human texture.

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    Why You Don't Need to Be a Sci-Fi Junkie to Become a Believer in 'The X-Files'

    The tension between evidence and explanation, skepticism and belief, convention and invention, is the galvanic force behind "The X-Files," which rivals "Twin Peaks" and "Homicide: Life on the Street" as the best drama of the 1990s.

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