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Netflix netted 2.2 million subscribers in the third quarter of 2020 — below Wall Street's expectations and under the company's own previous forecast. It also posted net earnings below estimates.

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  • ‘The Undoing’

    David E. Kelley's new HBO drama is at its best not in the courtroom, nor as social commentary, but as a psychological thriller.

  • ‘The Right Stuff’

    Even if you haven't seen the film or read the book of the same name, chances are you've already seen something like "The Right Stuff."

  • ‘Connecting…’

    The new NBC show "Connecting..." about quarantined friends is first and foremost a solid hangout comedy.

  • ‘Rebecca’

    If Ben Wheatley seems like an unusual pick to remake "Rebecca," you'll be relieved that he doesn't ruin the Alfred Hitchcock classic.

  • ‘Love and Monsters’

    A fun if forgettable family-friendly adventure comedy set in a "monsterpocalypse." Who said the end of the world had to be a downer?

  • ‘2 Hearts’

    A love story starring Jacob Elordi and Tiera Skovbye plays like parallel Hallmark cards, until tragedy unites them in God's plan.

  • ‘Honest Thief’

    Mark Williams' action thriller has a formulaic follow-though, but Liam Neeson never phones in a moment.

  • Bon Jovi's '2020'

    "2020" is a far cry from the fist-pumping records of old, with social consciousness that can feel either bold or cliched.

  • Mariah Carey's 'The Rarities'

    While there aren't any lost classics on Mariah Carey's "The Rarities," the album shows that she brings high standards even to her castoffs.

  • Alicia Keys' 'Alicia'

    Alicia Keys' "Alicia" finds the singer pushing the limits of her voice and imagination on her boldest and most adventurous album to date.

  • ‘The Last Five Years’

    This smart revival of Jason Robert Brown's musical plays in a London theater cleverly redesigned for COVID-era safety.

  • ‘Beat the Devil’

    David Hare's monologue at the Bridge Theatre in London recounts the playwright's battle with COVID-19.

  • ‘Richard II’

    Andre Holland leads the cast of a surprisingly intimate audio version of Shakespeare, from the Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park.

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