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  1. Meet Amazon's bawdy, opinionated Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

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    Miriam "Midge" Maisel seems to have it all.

    Rachel Brosnahan as Midge Maisel in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
  2. Jeffrey Tambor accused of sexual harassment by his 'Transparent' co-star

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    "Transparent" actress Trace Lysette has accused actor Jeffrey Tambor of sexually harassing her on the set of the Amazon series.

    Jeffrey Tambor arrives at the "Transparent" FYC special screening in Los Angeles. Trace Lysette says Tambor pressed his body against hers in a sexually aggressive manner during filming and made inappropriate and unwanted sexual statements. Tambor denies the allegations saying he has "never been a predator - ever." [Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP]
  3. Sean Hannity's fans call for Keurig boycott after coffeemaker company pulls ads from his show

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    Four companies, including the coffeemaker company Keurig, said they will not be advertising on Sean Hannity's Fox News show following a wave of criticism over the conservative host's coverage of sexual misconduct allegations against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama.

    Sean Hannity of Fox News appears at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Md., in 2016. A decision by coffee maker manufacturer Keurig announced on Nov. 11, 2017, to stop advertising on Sean Hannity's Fox News program has supporters of the conservative host destroying the company's products. [Associated Press]
  4. David Letterman's friends — and shrink — make his Twain ceremony as funny as his late-night legacy

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    For years, David Letterman, consumed by insecurities and the relentless pace of a nightly television program, would respond to the loud cheers of his audience with a strained smile and a half-scolding, half-embarrassed wave to "cut that out."

    David Letterman is honored with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Washington, D.C. [Owen Sweeney | Invision | AP]
  5. Netflix raising prices by 10 percent for most popular plan

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    SAN FRANCISCO — Netflix is raising the price for its most popular U.S. video streaming plan by 10 percent— a move that could boost its profits but slow the subscriber growth that drives its stock price.

     On Thursday, Netflix announced it is raising the price for its most popular U.S. video streaming plan by 10 percent in a move that may boost its profits, but slow the subscriber growth that drives its stock price. [Associated Press]
  6. President Trump omnipresent over Emmy Awards ceremony (w/video)

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    NEW YORK — President Donald Trump never won an Emmy, it's true. But his presence was felt at this year's television awards ceremony more than any actor, writer or producer.

    Dave Chappelle, left, presents the award for outstanding directing for a comedy series for the "Atlanta" episode "B.A.N." to Donald Glover at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. [Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP]
  7. Who will win big (we hope) at the Emmys on Sunday

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    TV is the perfect escape, and boy, do we need to after that anxiety-ridden storm week. And Sunday's Emmys will honor the best distractions we have.

    Elisabeth Moss as Offred in "The Handmaid's Tale." Moss is nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series .  The Emmy Awards ceremony, will air on Sept. 17. (Hulu via AP)
  8. Fall TV Preview: Let us be your guides to best and not-so-great shows

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    You're never going to be able to watch everything. That's a fact. We're spinning through a never, never-ending cycle of new TV, and network execs still bank on the fall season to unleash most of their new stuff.

    LUKE BROOKES   |   Special to the Times
  9. Fall TV schedule: When do my shows come back? A list of premieres

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    To reflect the overabundance of television choices, below you'll find the series premiere dates from the five major networks — ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW — and more.

    Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb Mclaughlin all return for the second season of Stranger Things on Netflix, premiering Friday, Oct. 27. (Netflix)
  10. Fall TV Preview: 'The Brave,' 'SEAL Team' and 'Valor' highlight a pro-military trend

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    These three new dramas suggest a trend in pro-military TV. With the current political climate, TV execs think it's time for the true heroes — with beards — to step up and get the bad guys.

    THE BRAVE -- "Pilot" Episode 101 -- Pictured: Mike Vogel as Captain Adam Dalton -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC)