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HOW DID THEY DO THAT? Getting Younger All the Time
For once, the best face-lifts in the biz aren’t done in a doctor’s office: In GEMINI MAN (Oct. 11) and the upcoming The Irishman, A-listers like Will Smith and Robert De Niro play their younger selves through digital manipulation.
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PRODIGAL SON’S Michael Sheen
New Drama SEPT—23 9 pm • FOX Michael Sheen, 50, stars as a notorious and prolific serial killer whose son uses his homicidal heritage to help the NYPD solve murder cases. We talked to Sheen about taking on such a deadly serious role. What made yo
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THE Must List
No 1 MOVIES JUDY LONG BEFORE SHE STEPPED INTO the ruby slippers of the Hollywood icon, Renée Zellweger had a special connection to Judy Garland. “My parents were sort of selective about who was celebrated in our house, and she was always there,” th
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It’s a Brad, Brad, Brad, Brad World
With award-baiting turns in Ad Astra and Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood, BRAD PITT, 55, has never been hotter—and his behind-the-scenes work is just as influential. The actor-producer talks to EW about deep space, stardom, and the next frontier. (Hi
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A Million Little Things
Returning Drama • Season 2 SEPT—26 • 9 pm • ABC WHILE THE SEASON 1 FINALE OF A MILLION LITTLE Things gave some closure to the story of Jon’s (Ron Livingston) suicide, it also left the rest of the gang in what creator DJ Nash says are “pretty tough
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His Dark Materials
New Drama NOVEMBER HBO JANE TRANTER, THE CHAMPION OF HBO and BBC’s His Dark Materials, admits how “perpetually anxious” she is about what everyone thinks. As the lead executive producer who spent years getting this adaptation of Philip Pullman’s b
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The Highs and Lows of Charli XCX
THE 27-YEAR-OLD POP FUTURIST HAS BEEN HINTING AT A NEW ALBUM FOR YEARS—A PROMISE SHE FINALLY DELIVERS ON THIS MONTH WITH THE VULNERABLE CHARLI. SHE EXPLAINS WHY THE PROJECT IS A DEPARTURE FROM THE PERSONA FANS HAVE FALLEN FOR.
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9-1-1
Returning Drama Season 3 SEPT—23 8 PM • FOX EVEN A DAY AT THE BEACH IS cause for drama on this Fox hit. For its third-season premiere, 9-1-1 is wiping out the Santa Monica Pier with a massive tsunami—and firefighter Buck (Oliver Stark) is among t
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Paul Reiser & Helen Hunt
THEY MAY HAVE CALLED THE SERIES FINALE “THE FINAL Frontier” in a nod to the show’s theme song, but it turns out that, 20 years later, Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt are still mad about each other. So Spectrum Originals is serving up a limited-series revi
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The Kominsky Method
Returning Comedy • Season 2 OCT—25 • NETFLIX WHEN MICHAEL DOUGLAS FIRST READ THAT season 2 of his streaming comedy called for a scene between his character, Sandy, and one of his ex-wives, the star had only one person in mind for the role: Kathleen
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Carol’s Second Act
New Comedy • SEPT—26 • 9:30 pm • CBS PATRICIA HEATON may have two hit comedies (Everybody Loves Raymond, The Middle) and two Emmys under her belt, but that didn’t make it any less scary to headline Carol’s Second Act—a multicam sitcom about a 50-yea
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A New Golden Age
EVERY TV ADDICT HAS A LOVE STORY. Here’s part of mine. TV, when I was wee, was not a “distribution platform,” but an actual box, which adults banished to its proscribed space, where it could be watched after dinner. The box brought you the family hou
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Liz Phair Has Horror Stories
LIZ PHAIR still has a lot to say, but now she’s doing it in book form. The fierce alt-rocker gives EW the inside story on the making of her revealing memoir.
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Arrowverse Roundup
BATWOMAN New Drama • OCT—6 • 8 pm • THE CW A HERO IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THEIR NEMESIS—THAT’S especially true for the newest Arrowverse vigilante. Batwoman follows Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) as she returns home to Gotham City after her ex-girlfriend is kid
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Blue Bloods
Returning Drama Season 10 • SEPT—27 10 PM • CBS WHEN THE TIME CAME FOR THE BLUE Bloods cast to film their 10th-season premiere—and 200th episode overall—Tom Selleck gave a speech. “I don’t like to make speeches,” he admits. “But I started realizing
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Carrie Fisher A Life on the Edge
SHEILA WELLER’S NEW BIOGRAPHY CHARTS THE WILD HIGHS AND WRENCHING LOWS OF A HOLLYWOOD ORIGINAL. A CHILD OF SHOW BUSINESS WHO FOUND HER OWN VOICE, THE ACTRESS AND AUTHOR WAS HILARIOUS, SAD, AND UNFORGETTABLE.
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Riverdale
Returning Drama Season 4 OCT—9 8 PM • THE CW THE FIRST TABLE READ OF Riverdale season 4 was a somber affair. “I’d never really experienced the power and the emotion of a group of people gathered,” showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa reflects of ass
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No Host With the Most?
A MOMENT OF SILENCE, PLEASE, for the hopes and dreams of anyone who still aspires to host the Emmys or the Oscars. With the announcement in August that Fox’s Emmy broadcast (Sept. 22) will be hostless—a decision that follows the enjoyably host-free O
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Legacies
Returning Drama Season 2 • OCT—10 9 pm • THE CW There’s a new headmaster at the Salvatore Boarding School for the Young & Gifted. When Legacies, the latest show in the Vampire Diaries universe, picks up for season 2, the supernatural learning inst
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How To Get Away With Murder
Returning Drama • Season 6 SEPT—26 • 10 pm • ABC ENDING A HIT SHOW can be murder—but when you write a show about murder, endings become a specialty. “I don’t love the idea of leaving a lot of things hanging,” creator Pete Nowalk says of concluding
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Modern Love
New Comedy • OCT—18 • AMAZON PRIME VIDEO THE POPULAR NEW YORK TIMES COLUMN “MODERN Love” has been adapted into a half-hour romantic comedy anthology series. Written, directed, and executive-produced by John Carney (Once, Sing Street), the series exp
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Back to Life
New Comedy • 10—6 • 8:30 pm • SHOWTIME In a career spanning more than 20 years, British actress Daisy Haggard has gone from playing the disembodied voice of the Ministry of Magic’s elevators in the Harry Potter movies to deadpanning opposite Matt Le
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Damon Lindelof
The man behind ABC’s Lost, HBO’s The Leftovers, and now, a wildly audacious “remix” of the ironic graphic novel Watchmen, Damon Lindelof, 46, reveals six of the greatest influences on his work. 1 / Twin Peaks Growing up in New Jersey in the early 1
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STUMPTOWN’S Cobie Smulders
New Drama • SEPT—25 • 10 pm • ABC Best known for her extended run on How I Met Your Mother and as Maria Hill in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Cobie Smulders, 37, takes center stage for Stumptown, an adaptation of a graphic-novel series, on which sh
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Why Tegan and Sara Went Back to High School
For a new memoir and companion album, the indie-rock twin act dove deep into their awkward teen years.
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Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814
IN 1986 JANET JACKSON took Control. In 1989 she formed her own damn country. (And if we had all decided to live there in her shared vision—mission statement: “It’s time to give a damn, let’s work together”—maybe the state of the world today would be
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Walking on Water
He’s written Marvel comics, groundbreaking essays, a National Book Award-winning memoir—and now, his debut novel. Can TA-NEHISI COATES do everything?
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THE POLITICIAN’S Ben Platt
New Comedy SEPT—27 NETFLIX The Dear Evan Hansen Tony winner, 26, plays the lead role on the new high school election comedy from Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. What drew you to this role? What was the most attractive f
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Watchmen
New Drama • OCT—20 • 9 pm • HBO Robert Redford has been president for 27 years. Superheroes were popular, then outlawed. Cell phones and personal computers don’t exist. America issued reparations for racial injustice but remains ever divided. This i
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The Unicorn’s Walton Goggins
After playing so many bad and complicated characters over his nearly three-decade-long career, Walton Goggins, 47, is looking forward to breaking type as a widower dad who’s looking to date again on the new CBS comedy The Unicorn: “I want to play the
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