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James Corden throws to first commercial on 'Late Late Show'

There are a few absolutes in late-night talk show hosting: monologues, silly sketches, guest interviews, and having to keep audiences coming back after each one.

Future host James Corden had his chance to prove his skills on at least one of those when he appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

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Ian McKellen tries to help Cookie Monster resist cookies-it doesn't go too well

Maybe Ian McKellen should have brought his lesson about the word “resist” to Middle-earth before he delivered it to Cookie Monster.

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Netflix sets 'Friends,' 'Mean Girls,' 'Bruce Almighty' for January releases

Netflix is ringing in 2015 with a few beloved films, new seasons of television, and the entire run of Friends, just to ensure the year gets off to a completely unproductive start.

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'Big Hero 6,' 'Lego Movie,' 'Boxtrolls' among Annie Award nominees

Recognizing the greatest achievements in animation, the nominations for the 42nd annual Annie Awards have been announced.

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'AHS: Coven,' 'Wolf of Wall Street' among Netflix's December lineup

Although Thanksgiving marathons on television haven’t even begun, Netflix has announced what films and movies subscribers to the streaming service can binge-watch throughout the holiday season.

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The best Black Friday deals for videogames, movies, more

Thanksgiving weekend is a time for being with family, eating a ton of great food, watching your favorite TV shows and… spending a lot of money.

With a number of outlets starting Black Friday earlier than ever, here are some of the biggest discounts that should make any pop culture fanatic’s wallet feel just a bit lighter when they return to work next week.

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Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with these TV marathons

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Thanksgiving weekend is a marathon of excess—excessive eating, excessive amounts of awkward family members, and excessive amounts of your favorite movies and television shows.

While streaming services have made it easier than ever to create your own marathons of beloved films and shows, plenty of TV networks are continuing the long tradition of programming long stretches of classic TV shows and film franchises throughout the Thanksgiving weekend.

Here are some of the best excuses to keep the TV tuned to a single channel throughout the holiday weekend.

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Bobby Moynihan: Drunk Uncle, Aunt Linda, and Stefon are one big family

Marvel and DC may have the movie market cornered on interconnected franchises, but after Bobby Moynihan’s recent interview with TimeOut New York, they might have new competition: The “Weekend Update” cinematic universe.

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Shonda Rhimes to be honored by Human Rights Campaign

Shonda Rhimes can add one more honor to her growing collection of accolades and awards.

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Seth Meyers parodies Aaron Sorkin by talking about parodying Aaron Sorkin

As more and more Aaron Sorkin parody sketches have been made, we’ve come to expect less and less of them. So how does Seth Meyers go about poking fun at The West Wing creator? By making the sketch about making a Sorkin parody.

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