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‘S.N.L.’ Is Just as Confused About the New Mask Guidelines as You Are

‘S.N.L.’ Is Just as Confused About the New Mask Guidelines as You Are In the opening sketch of “Saturday Night Live,” Kate McKinnon played Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, attempting to explain the latest recommendations for people who are fully vaccinated.

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Comfort Viewing: 3 Reasons I Love ‘The Nanny’

Comfort Viewing: 3 Reasons I Love ‘The Nanny’ The ’90s sitcom starring Fran Drescher has caused a sartorial sensation since all six seasons arrived on HBO Max. It is also, the writer argues, a delightful show that unlike some of its contemporaries, still feels fresh.

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Sarah Colt on Why 2021 Is the Right Time for a Film About Billy Graham

Sarah Colt on Why 2021 Is the Right Time for a Film About Billy Graham The director’s new two-hour installment of “American Experience,” on PBS, examines the rise of the man who was arguably most responsible for the power of modern evangelism in the United States.

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How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? A new Starz comedy follows four 30-something friends in Harlem, and a new Netflix series stars Ewan McGregor as the fashion designer Halston. Who’s feeling fabulous?

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Review: ‘The Underground Railroad’ Weaves an Epic Vision

Review: ‘The Underground Railroad’ Weaves an Epic Vision In Barry Jenkins’s dreamlike adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, the railway is real and so is the pain.

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