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Girls5eva Sings a Sad Tune
I AM NOT UPSET THAT Girls5eva didn’t get an Outstanding Comedy nomination. New show, tough race, let’s say “up-and-coming” streaming service… And Renée Elise Goldsberry deserved recognition for playing the titular girl group’s glamorously flailing br
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Emma Corrin & Josh O’Connor
You were both quite young when Princess Diana died in 1997. As you learned about her life with Prince Charles, what surprised you the most? JOSH O’CONNOR It’s a tricky one…and it sounds like I’m dodging the question, but I promise I’m not. The world
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Regency Runway
To dress a romantic hero, sometimes you need to turn to the actual Romantics. For the brooding duke Simon (Regé-Jean Page), costumers referenced poet Lord Byron. “Byron was writing these romantic heroes at the time, and so we talked about what that m
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Lead Actor in a Drama Series
For now, this is really a two-man race between Pose star/2019 winner Porter and The Crown’s O’Connor. I’m giving the (slight) edge to Porter, whose final turn as Pray Tell was a bittersweet tour de force. His spin on Prince Charles—part infuriating c
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Oh, Boys!
THE BOYS SHOWRUNNER Eric Kripke doesn’t know what the Emmy voters were thinking nominating his R-rated superhero satire in five categories, including Outstanding Drama: “They voted for exploding whales and 10-foot penises.” Was getting Emmy noms some
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Emmy Flashback
ACTRESS America Ferrera CATEGORY Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, 2007 TV SHOW Ugly Betty JOHN SHEARER/WIREIMAGE (2); VINCE BUCCI/GETTY IMAGES (2) ■
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Yes, We Cannes!
THE MOST IMPORTANT TAKES OF THE MONTH OF ALL THE THINGS LOST OVER THE past 16 or so months—life, liberty, sanity—watching movie stars twirl on the Riviera ranks vanishingly low on the list. And yet: Is it so terrible, as we emerge from our united sta
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Sound Bites
(JUNE 3, 2018–JUNE 6, 2021) Pose may be gone, but the library remains open. For three legendary seasons, the FX drama served us fabulous family drama, fierce looks, and devastating reads. LOKI: MARVEL STUDIOS; JERSEY SHORE FAMILY VACATION: MTV; F9: G
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Leaps and Boundaries
THEY’VE COME A LONG WAY since Sixteen Candles’ Long Duk Dong. From Marvel Studios’ first Asian superhero to the first baesian loves in swoony films, Asian stars are boldly going where too few Asian actors have gone before. Still, a recent USC Annenbe
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The Future of Teen TV
IN 1990 BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 INVITED US TO THE PEACH PIT AND IT CHANGED EVERYTHING. BUILDING AN ENTIRE HOUR AROUND the lives of teenagers was an uncommon choice at the time. But the fledgling Fox network decided to gamble. And the end result was some
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TV’s Most Power-ful Universe
This summer, a universe that’s become a pop culture phenomenon thanks to its world-building and obsessive fans will expand even further as it goes back in time to explore the untold story of a beloved character who memorably met their demise on the f
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This Time It’s War
ON AN OUTDOOR SET IN Atlanta, Idris Elba is pretending to fire two very large, very futurististic-looking guns as he and castmates Margot Robbie, Daniela Melchior, and David Dastmalchian film one of the final action sequences in The Suicide Squad (in
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Evil
STREAMER PARAMOUNT+ AIRS SUNDAYS THE WORD “QUIRKY” GOT DEBASED seven Wes Anderson films ago, yet I can’t think of a better way to describe the off-kilter charms of Evil. Here’s a snappy mystery about supernatural investigators who usually make things
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The White Lotus
NETWORK HBO AIRS SUNDAYS TIME 9PM ON THE WHITE LOTUS, HELL IS OTHER people, but at least the tourist satire finds a beautiful Hell in the Pacific. The six-part limited series was filmed on glorious Maui while the world plagued, and the cast looks gor
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The Must List
FEW HUMANS SEEMED TO MOVE through the world with the wholehearted ferocity of famed chef, writer, raconteur, and TV host Anthony Bourdain. Oscar-winning documentarian Morgan Neville (20 Feet From Stardom, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?) was among those se
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New Heights
SIMU LIU REMEMBERS EVERY detail about the phone call that changed his destiny two years ago. The actor was coming off a grueling day on the Toronto set of the hit CBC sitcom Kim’s Convenience, where he’d gotten into an argument over one of his lines—
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Entertaining Weekly
THE SIMPLE LIFE STAR RETURNS TO THE SMALL SCREEN WITH HER NEW SERIES COOKING WITH PARIS (NETFLIX, AUG. 4)—BUT FIRST SHE ANSWERS EW’S HOT CULINARY Q’S By Ruth Kinane Pick your desert-island food. / A potato, because you could do mashed potatoes, frenc
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Books
IN FOUR MUST-READ NOVELS AND A STORY COLLECTION, A GROUP OF GIFTED WRITERS EXPLORES THE INVISIBLE BORDERS BETWEEN CULTURE AND IDENTITY By Leah Greenblatt WE’RE ALL CITIZENS OF SOMEWHERE, but what is it to feel like a permanent stranger in the place y
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Jack, Out Of The Box
IN THE VENN DIAGRAM OF MODERN pop, all circles seem to overlap with Jack Antonoff. There he is in the studio, collaborating on the latest zeitgeist-rattling opus by Taylor Swift or Lorde or Lana Del Rey. Now he’s in a Cadillac, with Bruce Springsteen
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In the Sweet Spot
Nia DaCosta’s breakout debut, 2018’s Little Woods, is an intimate modern Western that explores women’s health-care issues. But after the film’s well-received Tribeca bow, DaCosta didn’t want to stall or become pigeonholed. “My worst nightmare was, so
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When Willow Went Rock
With a new album out later this summer, Willow Smith, 20, is reflecting on her now-decade-long career in music. “I honestly had the freedom to figure out what felt right for me,” she tells EW. The downside? She had to do most of it after her debut si
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Hardly Your Average Guy
JODIE COMER CAN’T STOP LAUGHING when cameras roll on the set of Free Guy. It’s a cloudless June afternoon in 2019, and though the actress isn’t on the clock, the idea of watching costar Ryan Reynolds do his thing seemed more fun than her usual downti
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Hedwig And The Angry Inch
HEDWIG STARTED IN ROCK CLUBS, and I gathered an audience one by one from mailing lists. It was not social media or Hollywood marketing. [But] I still don’t think of the piece as particularly revolutionary. There was a boom time in independent film in
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Pop-Punk’s Everlasting Legacy
WHEN DISNEY CHANNEL STAR–turned–chart commander Olivia Rodrigo notched her second Hot 100 No. 1 in May, she did so with a song that was far from the weepy “Drivers License.” Instead, “Good 4 U,” the third single from her debut full-length album, Sour
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Maximize Your Marathon
I’m 20 years late to the party but finally binging The West Wing, and I’ve found that watching the cast “walk and talk” is the perfect excuse to enjoy a foot spa massage. Savor the heat, vibration, bubbles, and little rollers that feel amazing—especi
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Dr. Death
STREAMER PEACOCK DATE JULY 15 PART MEDICAL DRAMA, PART MYSTERY, part Catch Me if You Can thriller, Dr. Death starts with the dread level at a 10 and keeps cranking it higher. This gripping adaptation of the true-crime podcast starts in 2017, with Chr
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The Cold Open
In the zombie apocalypse, who’s the bigger threat: walkers or people? Before AMC’s The Walking Dead begins its final season on Aug. 22, we crunch the numbers on the human casualties that mattered to us (not accounting for deaths such as “Nameless Sav
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The Bullseye
USA OLYMPICS: NIKE; SEX/LIFE: NETFLIX; THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY: SOPHY HOLLAND/BRAVO; ANGELINA PIVARNICK: AMY SUSSMAN/GETTY IMAGES; THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS: ISABELLA VOSMIKOVA/BRAVO; THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC: SOPHY HOLL
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King Of The Jungle
In Dwayne Johnson’s first jungle outing, he plays a bounty hunter chasing Seann William Scott through—you guessed it!—the Brazilian rain forest. A Navy vet (Johnson) and his stepson (Josh Hutcherson) face volcanoes and oversize lizards as they traver
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From the EW Team
1995–2021 THE FIRST TIME I REMEMBER MEETING OMAR Sanchez in the EW office, I walked away thinking, “This kid is gonna be way too much for me.” He was wearing flashy red pants, and had boundless energy and a constant smile plastered on his face—pretty
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