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The slow evolution of late night

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<p>Though streaming and social media have upended how viewers consume late-night series, innovation on the shows themselves has been much more stagnant.</p>
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Late night evolves slowly, as seen by 'After Midnight' and Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show' return Click to view images

Though streaming and social media have upended how viewers consume late-night series, innovation on the shows themselves has been much more stagnant.

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On the scene at the 2024 Oscar nominees luncheon, where stars and directors mingled Click to view images

An unusually strong crop of Oscar-nominated actors, directors and crew members gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for a breath of relaxation amid campaigning.

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In 'One Day,' a new Emma and Dexter bring angst and yearning (again and again) Click to view images

Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall, the stars of Netflix's "One Day," discuss the latest adaptation of David Nicholls' book, their chemistry and how things end for their characters, Emma and Dexter.

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Hollywood Behaving Badly, Chapter 47: Ed Zwick explains why his new book spills so much tea Click to view images

Have you heard the anecdote about Harvey Weinstein? Or Julia Roberts? Or Matthew Broderick's mother? Director Ed Zwick explains why he goes there in "Hits, Flops, and Other Illusions."

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Alive, she cried: What happens to 'Frankenstein' when you revive it with women in charge? Click to view images

From "Poor Things" to "Lisa Frankenstein," what do today's revisions of Mary Shelley's immortal tale mean — especially when women are doing the reanimating?

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Mavis Staples will celebrate her 85th birthday in Inglewood Click to view images

To mark her 85th birthday, Mavis Staples will perform at YouTube Theater with friends and admirers, including Chris Stapleton, Michael McDonald and Norah Jones.

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Finn Bennett tells how Peter Prior's shocking scene unfolded in 'True Detective: Night Country' Click to view images

British actor Finn Bennett has a breakout moment in Episode 5 of HBO's "True Detective: Night Country," where his character Peter Prior makes a drastic choice.

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