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'Kim's Convenience' Is A Sitcom About Asian Immigrants — With Depth

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The Canadian television show, which centers around a Korean immigrant family in Toronto, is the country's first to have an all-Asian lead cast. Season 3 debuted Tuesday on the CBC.

How A Mongolian Heavy Metal Band Got Millions Of YouTube Views

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All it took for The Hu to have an internet breakthrough was a dramatic video and screaming guitars — plus a horsehead fiddle and throat singing.

With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First

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Alfonso Cuarón's acclaimed movie has been part of an ongoing battle over who gets to premier movies: streaming services like Netflix, or theaters?

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Netflix Drops Hasan Minhaj Episode In Saudi Arabia At Government's Request

The Saudi government asked Netflix to remove an episode of the comedian's show Patriot Act that was critical of the regime over the death of Jamal Khashoggi. Netflix said it was following local law.

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WATCH: New Year's Eve Revelers Gather In Times Square

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to convene in Manhattan to watch the ball drop and see performances by stars such as Snoop Dogg, Sting and Paulina Rubio.

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Miss Universe Has Its First Trans Contestant — While Miss USA Stirs Criticism

"I'm showing that trans women can be whatever they want to be: a teacher, a mother, a doctor, a politician and even Miss Universe," Miss Spain Angela Ponce said recently.

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When An Undead Apocalypse First Swept America In The 'Night Of The Living Dead'

The classic film about zombies — the Night of the Living Dead -- has been restored by the Museum of Modern Art and is being screened around the world in it's 50th anniversary year.

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Honey, I Shrunk The Gorge! Model Railroad Re-Creates Iconic Region

The biggest model railroad club in the Northwest has hand-built everything from Union Station to Multnomah Falls in meticulous detail — with the occasional whimsical flourish (we see you, Bigfoot).

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CBS Paid Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million After Alleged Sexual Harassment, Termination

Days after confronting actor Michael Weatherly, a huge star for the network, Dushku was written off of Bull. An investigation determined the company often protected itself at the expense of victims.

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Tin House Publishing To End Print Magazine In 2019

The 20th-anniversary issue in June 2019 will be the last for one of the most recognized brands in literature. Book publishing and Tin House workshops will continue.

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Trump Picks Heather Nauert, Former Fox News Anchor, As U.N. Ambassador

From Fox & Friends to the State Department, and now likely to the United Nations. President Trump is expected to make the announcement Friday.

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Dark Horse Entertainment's Founder On The Future Of Comic Books

Oregon-based Dark Horse Entertainment recently announced a major global partnership with a Chinese investment firm to finance new film production and expand into Asian markets. 

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Not My Job: We Quiz Candice Bergen Of 'Murphy Brown' On Murphy's Law

Thirty years after it first debuted in 1988, the sit-com Murphy Brown is back — and Bergen is still in the title role.