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The Beatles: Get Back concludes with the band's legendary 1969 rooftop concert. Courtesy Apple Corps Ltd. / Disney + hide caption

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The long and winding Beatles docuseries will enchant die-hard and casual fans

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Actor Jussie Smollett, center, arriving at Leighton Criminal Court in Chicago in July. at the Building on July 14, 2021, in Chicago. Stacey Wescott/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Jury selection begins today in Jussie Smollett criminal trial

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Audiences gravitate to TV shows with more diverse writers and casts, report says

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Daniel Dae Kim talks about 'The Hot Zone: Anthrax' and representation

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Peter Jackson's Beatles docuseries adds nuance and revelations to well-known stories

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The Beatles, seen preparing for their final show on Jan. 30, 1969 in London. Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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New docuseries gives fans unprecedented access to The Beatles

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Encore: 50 years ago, 'The Electric Company' used comedy to help kids' reading skills

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Steven Van Zandt [left], James Gandolfini and Tony Sirico starred in HBO's hit television series, The Sopranos. HBO/Getty Images hide caption

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HBO revolutionized TV, but the next few years are tipped to be pivotal for its future

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A new book details the rise of Home Box Office since the channel debuted in 1972

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Two former Netflix employees who raised concerns about anti-transgender comments on Dave Chappelle's TV special are dropping labor complaints and one has resigned from the company. Chappelle is shown here on Nov. 6 in Las Vegas. Steve Marcus/AP hide caption

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