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Explaining the 'True Detective: Night Country' finale

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Writer and director Issa López Invokes familiar "True Detective" imagery while introducing new eerie iconography in "Night Country," putting a feminist spin on the franchise after a four-year hiatus.
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Who (or what) killed the scientists? Issa López explains the 'True Detective: Night Country' finale Click to view images

Issa López, showrunner of HBO's "True Detective: Night Country," discussed who was behind the deaths of the Tsalal scientists and Annie K., and what happens to Navarro and Danvers.

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A live orchestra in an echoey cathedral? Hundreds of mikes? 'Maestro' sound duo is on it Click to view images

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Kate Snow is leaving Sunday anchor chair at 'NBC Nightly News' Click to view images

Snow will focus on "NBC News Daily," the daytime newscast that also airs on the streaming platform NBC News Now.

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Bob Marley biopic 'One Love' takes the bite out of 'Madame Web' at the box office Click to view images

"One Love," about the legendary musician, triumphs over Marvel's latest superhero saga featuring Dakota Johnson.

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Former CBS chief Leslie Moonves to pay $11,250 fine to settle L.A. ethics case Click to view images

Under the terms of the L.A. Ethics Commission case, the former CBS boss admitted to inducing 'a city official to misuse his position to attempt to create a private advantage for Moonves.'

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The Yolanda Saldívar docuseries is the latest exploitation of Selena's memory Click to view images

Oxygen's soon-to-be released "Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them" capitalizes off Selena's murder and speaks to Hollywood's lack of investment in Latinx stories.

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Paul McCartney and his stolen bass come together after more than 50 years: 'Grateful' Click to view images

Beatles rocker Paul McCartney reunited with his stolen violin-shaped Höfner bass guitar, a year after the Lost Bass Project made it their mission to retrieve it.

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