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How 'Big Brother' ousted a contestant after racial slur

The cast of "Big Brother" was historically dominated by white contestants until 2020, and the ouster is the latest in a long line of racially charged incidents that have shadowed the series.
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How 'Big Brother' handled ouster of contestant who used racial slur Click to view images

One day after CBS announced that Luke Valentine had been kicked off the show, head of household Reilly Smedley addressed the matter in a pre-taped segment.

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Column: Hollywood saw global TV as strike insurance. Workers of the world have other plans Click to view images

Studio executives thought the world was their oyster. Unfortunately for the studios, that oyster has a few demands of its own.

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How 'Painkiller' turned legal disclaimers into moving tributes to opioid victims Click to view images

The Netflix miniseries dramatizes the story of OxyContin's rise, but the beginning frames of each episode start with a disclaimer read by the families of real victims of the opioid crisis.

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Creative Artists Agency to lay off 60 people as strikes drag on Click to view images

Major talent agency Creative Artists Agency plans significant layoffs, as the industry continues to reel from dual Hollywood strikes that have shut down many productions.

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The epic family novel is alive and well in the masterful hands of Paul Murray Click to view images

Paul Murray is justly acclaimed for satirical novels including "Skippy Dies." In "The Bee Sting," he proves just as masterful at a realist family epic.

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Hollywood strikes push Emmy Awards telecast to Jan. 15 Click to view images

The Fox telecast of the ceremony at the Peacock Theater was scheduled for Sept. 18 but has been pushed to Jan. 15 in the wake of strikes by actors and writers.

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Lebanon and Kuwait move to ban 'Barbie' over 'homosexuality' and 'unacceptable behavior' Click to view images

Government officials in Lebanon and Kuwait have moved to ban Greta Gerwig's "Barbie" from playing in their countries.

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