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Dungey’s New Gig

Channing Dungey, who less than two weeks ago left her post as vice president of originals at Netflix, has been tapped to succeed Peter Roth as chairman of Warner Bros. TV Group.

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    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’

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  • ‘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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