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Thursday

Jake Gyllenhaal in the Apple TV+ show Presumed Innocent. Apple TV+ hide caption

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Apple TV+

Wednesday

Elliot Lee moves the ball for Wrexham. FX hide caption

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FX

'Always Sunny' creator Rob McElhenney on his pandemic purchase: a Welsh soccer team

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Tuesday

A graduate in gown and caps and his mother celebrate their graduation. Jens Schlueter/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

KAFKA - Joel Basman, David Schalko or Daniel Kehmann

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Friday

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld (Daniel Brühl), left, meets and falls in love with Jacques de Bascher (Théodore Pellerin) in Becoming Karl Lagerfeld. Caroline Dubois, Jour Premier/Disney hide caption

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Caroline Dubois, Jour Premier/Disney

'Becoming Karl Lagerfeld' is the smart, dishy backstory of a style icon

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Orna Gurlanik is the therapist at the center of the documentary series Couples Therapy. Paramount+ with SHOWTIME hide caption

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TV: COUPLES THERAPY S4

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Thursday

Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor in Doctor Who. Disney Plus hide caption

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Disney Plus

Wednesday

Ed O'Neill as former LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling in Clipped. Kelsey McNeal/FX hide caption

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'Clipped' dramatizes the 2014 leak of former L.A. Clippers owner's racist comments

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Laurence Fishburne as Doc Rivers in Clipped. Kelsey McNeal/FX hide caption

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Tuesday

Clockwise from top left: Industry, My Lady Jane, The Bear, The Umbrella Academy, Clipped and House of the Dragon Nick Strasburg/HBO, Jonathan Prime/Prime Video, Chuck Hodes/FX, Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix, Kelsey McNeal/FX, Ollie Upton/HBO hide caption

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Nick Strasburg/HBO, Jonathan Prime/Prime Video, Chuck Hodes/FX, Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix, Kelsey McNeal/FX, Ollie Upton/HBO