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Michael Che, Colin Jost of 'SNL' to Host Emmy Awards

Michael Che, Colin Jost of 'SNL' to Host Emmy Awards

Apr 26
NBC says that Michael Che and Colin Jost of "Saturday Night Live" will co-host this year's Emmy Awards.

Netflix Announces 'Sense8' Series Finale Date

Netflix Announces 'Sense8' Series Finale Date

Apr 26
Netflix announced when it will make the "Sense8" series finale available.

Trump Praises CNN's Cooper for Comey Town Hall

Trump Praises CNN's Cooper for Comey Town Hall

Apr 26
President Donald Trump has found something to like about CNN, and it's Anderson Cooper.

Netflix Documentary Explores RFK's Legacy 50 Years Later

Netflix Documentary Explores RFK's Legacy 50 Years Later

By Alanna Durkin Richer | Apr 26
He was once called the most likely American in the 20th century to become president. But Robert F. Kennedy's bid to follow in his older brother's footsteps as commander in chief was cut short.

HBO Cancels LGBTQ-Themed Family Drama 'Here and Now'

HBO Cancels LGBTQ-Themed Family Drama 'Here and Now'

Apr 26
After one season, HBO pulled the plug on its drama "Here and Now," which explored a number of themes relating to the LGBTQ community.

MSNBC's Reid Says Homophobic Posts Were Result of Hack

MSNBC's Reid Says Homophobic Posts Were Result of Hack

By David Bauder | Apr 26
MSNBC's Joy Reid insists that homophobic language in one of her old blog posts is the work of a computer hacker and her security expert said Wednesday they have a strong suspicion of who did it, although he would not name the suspect.

Hank Azaria Willing to Stop Voicing Apu on 'The Simpsons'

Hank Azaria Willing to Stop Voicing Apu on 'The Simpsons'

Apr 25
Hank Azaria is ready to stop voicing Kwik-E-Mart owner Apu on "The Simpsons" in the wake of criticism that it's a stereotype.

WayBack Machine Denies Joy Reid's Claims Anti-Gay Blog Posts Were Fabricated, PFLAG Nixes Award

WayBack Machine Denies Joy Reid's Claims Anti-Gay Blog Posts Were Fabricated, PFLAG Nixes Award

Apr 25
The company behind the digital Internet archive the Wayback Machine is responding to MSNBC's Joy Reid, who claimed the recently discovered anti-gay posts from her now defunct blog were fabricated.

Ellen Page Joins Netflix's 'Tales of the City' Revival and More Details Emerge

Ellen Page Joins Netflix's 'Tales of the City' Revival and More Details Emerge

Apr 25
After reports surfaced last year that an "Armistead Maupin Tales of the City" revival was in the works, Netflix confirmed Tuesday that it is moving forward with the show with a 10-episode order.

Watch: 'American Idol' Judges Save Drag Queen Ada Vox from Being Voted Off

Watch: 'American Idol' Judges Save Drag Queen Ada Vox from Being Voted Off

Apr 25
It was a close call for "American Idol" contestant drag queen Ada Vox.

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