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All the best moments from the Season 5 premiere of 'Insecure'

Halyna Hutchins: In her own words
Halyna Hutchins died doing what she loved on the set of the film "Rust."

'Eternals' expands the Marvel universe with a messy, history-spanning origin saga
Adapting a relatively obscure comic into a sprawling epic, "Eternals" might be Marvel's boldest bet since "Guardians of the Galaxy," and that worked out. Whether this millennia-spanning tale of immortals hiding in plain sight on Earth can repeat history will serve as a referendum on the studio's muscle, especially because the movie's structural flaws offset its stunning visuals and strong performances.

Jennifer Aniston leads tributes to 'Friends' actor James Michael Tyler following his death
Jennifer Aniston has led the tributes to her "Friends" co-star James Michael Tyler following his death, saying the show "would not have been the same" without him.

Snoop Dogg mourns his mother Beverly Tate
Snoop Dogg announced that his mother, Beverly Tate, has died.

Ed Sheeran says he tested positive for Covid-19
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran announced on Sunday that he has tested positive for Covid-19.

'Succession' star Nicholas Braun: Cousin Greg 'feels unsafe all the time'
The season premiere of HBO's "Succession" saw a lot of moves on the chess board that is the Roy family's power struggle.

What these trans comedians have to say about Dave Chappelle's jokes
On a summer night in New York's Greenwich Village, standup Jaye McBride's energy was squirrelly and unpredictable as she stood a few feet from a full crowd at the Comedy Cellar.

Hundreds mourn cinematographer Halyna Hutchins as investigation into film set shooting continues
A candlelight vigil for cinematographer Halyna Hutchins brought out hundreds of mourners Saturday evening in New Mexico, where she was killed when actor and producer Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun on a film set Thursday.

Watch Jason Sudeikis' funniest 'SNL' skits from this weekend
Jason Sudeikis returned to host "Saturday Night Live" this weekend and brought the funny.

Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung welcome twins
Bryan Greenberg and his wife Jamie Chung have welcomed twins.

No, your kid probably shouldn't watch 'Squid Game'
As fascination with Netflix's "Squid Game" grips the world, doctors have a word of advice for parents: Don't let your kids watch.

TV OT: The aliens are coming! The aliens are coming! Plus: 'Curb' and 'Insecure' return
Chalk it up to the government's revelations in recent years about UFOs, or maybe just the pendulum swinging back, again, after "The X-Files" inspired a host of imitators in the 1990s. Whatever the reason (including possibly happenstance), to paraphrase a great patriot, "The aliens are coming! The aliens are coming!"

'Dune' is Hollywood's epic sci-fi moment of 2021
"Dune" Day is coming, Brandy is back in "Queens," and chef David Chang explores the future of food in this week's Pop Life Chronicles.

Even the most gifted talent sometimes needs an editor
There's a popular assumption that gifted artists, left to their own devices, will create their best work, and that the intrusion of network suits or studio bosses only mucks up the process.

Hollywood's tragic history of on-set accidents
Hollywood is the land of make believe, but the very real specter of death can hover over television and movie sets.

Netflix launches a 'Palestinian Stories' collection featuring award-winning films
Netflix has released a film collection dedicated to sharing Palestinian stories in a move a Palestinian filmmaker is calling "bold."

How two friends learned to talk honestly about race while writing a book
There is a moment in the beginning of the new book from Christine Pride and Jo Piazza that is written from the perspective of a 14-year-old Black boy.

Tributes paid to Halyna Hutchins
The film industry has been left shocked and in mourning after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed on set when actor and producer Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm.

Peter Scolari, 'Bosom Buddies' and 'Newhart' star, has died
Peter Scolari, a veteran actor who rose to fame alongside Tom Hanks on "Bosom Buddies," died Friday morning.

'Insecure's' Yvonne Orji is going to miss Molly too
Yvonne Orji has some words of wisdom for the character she plays for the upcoming fifth and final season of "Insecure."

Vin Diesel walked Paul Walker's daughter down the aisle at her wedding
Cue the tears.

From 'Sesame Street' to 'Alma's Way': How Sonia Manzano continues to break ground and elevate Latino stories on US television
After 44 years as the loveable Maria on Sesame Street, Sonia Manzano thought she was finally ready to move to a quieter, non-puppet inhabited neighborhood where she could spend her days writing children's books.

'Becoming Cousteau' sings an ode to the ocean explorer and his 20th-century climate warnings
Jacques Cousteau was a man ahead of his time in multiple respects, which provides the backbone of "Becoming Cousteau," a documentary devoted to both the ocean explorer's life and his early environmental advocacy. Brought to life by his own words and appearances, the film touches on various themes while letting its lovely images and music wash over you.

Hollywood keeps retelling 'Dune.' Why this latest adaptation may be the one that takes off
Get ready for the spice to flow.

'Succession' doesn't miss a beat as its Murdochian family feud continues
Success hasn't spoiled "Succession," as the Emmy-winning drama returns with all its Shakespearean and Murdochian overtones intact, with a bruising father-son battle over its fictional media empire. Stripped of that, the HBO series remains enormously fun, filled with cringe-inducing moments and the kind of vicious insults that would make the writers of "Veep" blush.

Spooky movies to get you in the Halloween spirit
What better way to get in the spooky spirit than curl up and watch some scary flicks.

'Queens' gets the band back together for a soapy ABC drama
"Queens" is an extremely familiar idea, elevated not quite to the level of royalty by being slickly cast, packaged and produced. Like Peacock's "Girls5eva," the concept hinges on an all-girl group reunited and again pursuing stardom 20 years later, rediscovering the spotlight and its perils after years spent braiding hair and burning breakfast.

The best and worst of 007 as 'No Time to Die' marks Daniel Craig's exit
Some 007 math: 60 years, 25 movies (with a small asterisk) and six James Bonds. For a Cold War creation, Ian Fleming's suave spy has certainly gotten around, but despite different guises in the tuxedo and occasional scuba gear, when it comes to Bond ratings, there really shouldn't be much argument about who wore it best.

'The Wonder Years' shines in ABC's reboot of the coming-of-age dramedy
Early '90s TV is hitting the refresh button this fall, in the case of "The Wonder Years," delivering an impressive and ambitious ABC dramedy. Coming on the heels of Disney+'s "Doogie Howser, M.D." reboot, the two shows join the earlier "One Day at a Time" in proving it's possible to nostalgically recycle titles and still produce distinctive and captivating series.