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Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton attends the premiere of the Hulu documentary "Hillary" in New York o March 4, 2020, left, and  Chelsea Clinton attends a screening of "Colette" in New York on Sept. 13, 2018. The Clintons are forming HiddenLight Productions, a company they say will tell the stories of people whose voices are often overlooked. Apple TV announced Thursday that it plans to air HiddenLight's first project, a documentary series called “Gutsy Women,” to be narrated by the Clintons. (Photos by Evan Agostini, left, and Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
Hillary, Chelsea Clinton to tell unheralded heroes' stories Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, are forming HiddenLight Productions, a company they say will tell the stories of people whose voices are often overlooked
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FILE - Jenna Lyons attends the WarnerMedia Upfront at Madison Square Garden in New York on May 15, 2019. The former J. Crew President and Creative Director has pivoted, and is now building her own brand on reality TV. Her new HBO Max show, “Stylish with Jenna Lyons,” which brings her design acumen to home, fashion and beauty projects, launches this week. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
Jenna Lyons puts ‘real’ back into reality TVFormer J
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MTV Entertainment commits $250 million to diversify realityMTV Entertainment Group says it’s making a $250 million commitment to spur reality production over the next three years by companies owned and operated by women and people of color
The Associated Press4 hours ago
This image released by HBO shows Hugh Grant, left, and Nicole Kidman in a scene from "The Undoing." The Nielsen company said some three million people watched on Sunday to learn the mystery's resolution in the limited series. (HBO via AP)
Who did it? TV viewers intrigued by HBO's 'The Undoing'HBO's ‘The Undoing’ proved that it's still possible for a word-of-mouth hit to emerge in today's fragmented world of television and streaming
The Associated Press20 hours ago
FILE - In this July 31, 2017, file photo, the Discovery Communications logo sits atop its headquarters in Silver Spring, Md. Discovery is joining the increasingly crowded streaming fray with its own reality-focused service Discovery Plus that will include shows from the Food Network, HGTV, TLC and its other networks. It launches Jan 4. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
Discovery's reality-heavy streaming service launches in Jan.Discovery is joining the increasingly crowded streaming fray with its own reality-focused service Discovery Plus that will include shows from the Food Network, HGTV, TLC
The Associated Press1 day ago
This cover image released by Belift Lab shows “Border: Day One” by ENHYPEN. (Belift Lab via AP)
Review: Strong debut from K-pop’s newest septet ENHYPENWith the massive success of BTS, BLACKPINK, SuperM, BIGBANG and Girls' Generation, K-pop groups are popping up left and right, and the septet ENHYPEN is up next
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In this photo provided by Corey Johnson, actor and longtime activist Georgina Lightning poses for a picture at Catalyst Production studio, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Native American tribes and coalitions are condemning “Big Sky,” a Montana-set ABC drama, for ignoring the history of violence inflicted on Indigenous women and instead making whites the crime victims. “I’m not at all surprised that they’re doing this because Hollywood’s been appropriating our trauma and our lived experience for years and years and years,” said Lightning. (Corey Johnson via AP)
'Big Sky' producers recognize Native American criticismNative American tribes and advocates are condemning “Big Sky,” a Montana-set ABC drama
The Associated Press1 day ago
Petri Hawkins Byrd, bailiff on the reality court television program "Judge Judy," poses for portrait, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Petri Hawkins Byrd deliberates on life after 'Judge Judy'Petri Hawkins Byrd has stood side-by-side with Judith Sheindlin during approximately 12,500 cases on the hit show “Judge Judy.”
The Associated Press2 days ago
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