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 •  'Game of Thrones' and 'Veep' ride sentimental wave into Emmys
The Emmys usually offer a mix of old and new, but sentimental favorites could be more pronounced at this year's nominations, with "Game of Thrones" defending its crown, "Veep" waging its final campaign and "The Big Bang Theory" having a shot at one last big bang.
 •  'Making the Band' is coming back to MTV in 2020
MTV is back in the band-making business.
 •  Why 'Big Little Lies' won't get any Emmy nominations this year
The second season of HBO's miniseries "Big Little Lies" has been showered with praise by critics and viewers alike, whether it be an appreciation for the grief-stricken, cathartic scream from new cast member Meryl Streep's meddling Mary Louise to its discussion of money and power as Laura Dern's Renata Klein is faced with losing both thanks to her husband.
 •  Kim Kardashian West shares Saint and Psalm photo
Sunday morning feels perfect for Kim Kardashian West to post a photo of her sons.
 •  Kelly Clarkson has an idea for Taylor Swift's Scooter Braun feud
Grammy-winning singer and "The Voice" coach Kelly Clarkson has weighed in on Taylor Swift's business drama with celebrity manager Scooter Braun.
 •  Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited to perform Beatles classics at Dodger Stadium
He really does get by with a little help from his friends.
 •  Pink responds to criticism over her kids running through Holocaust memorial
Pink had some strong words for those trying to mom-shame her after a photo she posted on Instagram Sunday elicited some critical comments.
 •  Duchess Meghan Markle meets Queen Bey at 'The Lion King' premiere
Two royal couples showed up at "The Lion King" premiere on Sunday.
 •  'The Farewell' shows off Awkwafina and finds truths in a lie
"The Farewell" will inevitably inspire references to "Crazy Rich Asians," featuring a predominantly Asian cast, a wedding, lots of big mouth-watering meals and Awkwafina. The similarities, however, pretty much end there, in a small, melancholy movie that explores cultural differences and dealing with death in an utterly charming, understated manner.
 •  'The Lion King' hits familiar notes in adapting Disney classic
Anticipating a bountiful box-office feast, "The Lion King" deviates sparingly from the beloved 1994 original, for better and worse. The result is a polished and satisfying film, yet one that conspicuously feels even more like a consumer product than most Disney revivals of its animated classics.
 •  LeVar Burton expects he'll beam into 'Star Trek: Picard'
With Patrick Stewart now warping back to the "Star Trek" universe in CBS All Access' upcoming streaming series "Picard," can a reunion with some of Jean-Luc Picard's old crewmates from the U.S.S. Enterprise also be in the cards?
 •  Ed Sheeran confirms he's married to Cherry Seaborn
Ed Sheeran has revealed that he's a married man.
 •  Pottery Barn is releasing a 'Friends' collection so your home can look like Central Perk
The character Phoebe from "Friends" may not approve of products from Pottery Barn, but she might make an exception for its upcoming collection.
 •  Mira Sorvino is aiming for on-screen laughter and off-screen change
Mira Sorvino would really, really like to make you laugh right now.
 •  Lil Nas X blesses us with a new 'Old Town Road' remix
Lil Nas X seems determined to keep people singing his song.
 •  Essential movies of the '90s, from 'Goodfellas' to 'The Truman Show'
After tackling the essential movies of the 1980s -- and laying out the criteria for those selections -- pivoting to the 1990s seemed like a relative breeze.
 •  Diane Keaton hasn't had a date in 35 years
This feels like a job for Tinder.
 •  Heidi Klum is apparently the latest celeb to get married and not tell us
Looks like congratulations are in order for Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz.
 •  Beth Chapman remembered in second memorial service in Colorado
Beth Chapman was remembered for her strong personality and kindness at a memorial service in her hometown of Aurora, Colorado, on Saturday.
 •  R. Kelly is arrested by feds on new charges while walking his dog in Chicago
Singer R. Kelly was arrested in Chicago on Thursday night on federal sex crime charges, sources told CNN.
 •  Lil Wayne is not quitting the Blink 182 tour
There was some "one of these things is not like the other" head scratching when it was announced that Lil Wayne was going on tour with Blink 182.
 •  Disney cancels 'Descendants 3' red carpet premiere after death of Cameron Boyce
Disney Channel has canceled the red carpet premiere event for "Descendants 3," and instead will honor Cameron Boyce in a different way.
 •  Taylor Swift performs for first time since Scooter Braun post
Every move Taylor Swift makes is dissected by her fans.
 •  HBO's 'Euphoria' renewed for Season 2
HBO has ordered a second season of its risqué teen drama, "Euphoria."
 •  'The Loudest Voice' is a damning portrait of Roger Ailes
Roger Ailes was a larger-than-life figure, and Russell Crowe rises to that challenge with an epic performance in "The Loudest Voice," capturing the bravado and bombast of the Fox News founder as well as his well-documented abuses. The result is a compelling if flawed condensation of Gabriel Sherman's book, worth watching for anyone interested in the political-media nexus where Ailes reigned.
 •  Is 'Stranger Things' sparking your nostalgia? Here's what to watch next
"Stranger Things" has never scrimped on TV and movie references and homages, with a lengthy laundry list of Stephen King shout-outs alone, starting with "Stand By Me" and "It."
 •  'I Love You, Now Die' sends provocative message about texting suicide case
HBO is diving into two-part true-crime documentaries this month, which feels like a bit of a dumbing-down of its brand. An exception would be the first of those offerings, "I Love You, Now Die," a text-heavy look at the strange case of Michelle Carter from director Erin Lee Carr, whose track record includes the even stranger "Mommy Dead and Dearest."
 •  'Spider-Man' end credits suggest a cosmic Marvel future really far from home
Just as "Spider-Man: Far From Home" closed the door on some lingering business left over from "Avengers: Endgame" -- and the ten years of films leading into it -- the film's final end credits sequence offered a hint of what might lie ahead for the heroes and villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
 •  Kim Kardashian West, Esq. in 2022? You better believe it
It's a sunny Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles and Kim Kardashian West is sitting in a conference room of a law office, blinds drawn, surrounded by law books, an array of highlighters, pens, binders and notebooks filled with her handwritten notes. On the other end of a sprawling conference room table are a pile of letters addressed to West from inmates who are hoping she will take interest in their case in an attempt to have their life sentences commuted. It's in this quiet room, removed from the distractions that come with being one of the most famous women in the world, that Kardashian West meets once a week with two attorneys who are helping her prepare for the California state bar exam.
 •  What makes a movie a classic?
I've never seen "Citizen Kane."
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