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'Reasonable Doubt' is a true-crime game-changer

"Reasonable Doubt" has helped to secure the release of six men from prison and the lead duo engages the viewer, giving true crime a good name.
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True-crime TV often exploits its subjects. This game-changing duo wants to end that Click to view images

Fatima Silva and Chris Anderson help families of the convicted find the truth in ID's "Reasonable Doubt": "We feel we have a higher calling."

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As emo nostalgia crests, Paramore returns, with a new sound and a healthy outlook Click to view images

The band, now a trio led by singer Hayley Williams, is set to release its first album since 2017, following mental health and personnel struggles.

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Rapper Coolio, known for Grammy-winning song 'Gangsta's Paradise,' dead at 59 Click to view images

Coolio, who grew up in Compton and died Wednesday afternoon, won a Grammy for "Gangsta's Paradise," which was featured in the movie "Dangerous Minds."

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Lionsgate looks to spin off film and TV studio, instead of Starz Click to view images

Lionsgate said it is now planning to spin off its film and TV studio and rebrand its international streaming platform Starzplay as Lionsgate+.

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Commentary: Four veteran stage actors discuss taking on risky roles later in life Click to view images

A conversation with four older cast members starring in Antaeus Theatre Company's production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' "Everybody." "You learn simplicity, you learn economy."

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Will the fuss over 'Don't Worry Darling' hurt Olivia Wilde's career? Analysts sound off Click to view images

The media circus around the film didn't stop it from becoming No. 1 at the box office. Its long-term prospects, and its director's, are less certain.

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Review: John Williams, at 90 and with a new violin concerto, is celebrated at L.A. Phil gala Click to view images

Gustavo Dudamel's L.A. Phil gala is a 90th-birthday tribute to John Williams and features his new Violin Concerto written for Anne-Sophie Mutter

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