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Up until March 2020, Trevor Noah had spent nearly every night of the last 15 years in front of an audience. He hosted educational shows, game shows, awards shows, reality shows in his native South Africa. He toured relentlessly as a stand-up comedian before succeeding Jon Stewart as the host of "The Daily Show" six years ago — and then still toured nonstop on the three days of the week he ...

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DON'T MISS: "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" — Almost a year after it premiered, the compelling true-crime documentary returns with a special episode — an addendum to the story of author Michelle McNamara's hunt for the elusive criminal known as the Golden State Killer. Arrested in 2018, Joseph James DeAngelo pleaded guilty to multiple counts of rape, kidnapping and murder committed in California ...

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After three seasons, NBC has decided not to renew “Manifest” despite its three-day reign as one of Netflix’s top 10 shows this week. The Los Angeles Times confirmed Tuesday that the series is canceled. But the supernatural drama about a lost plane is taking flight as Warner Bros. Television tries to find a new home for the fan favorite. (The season three finale of “Manifest” aired last week, ...

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“The West Wing” isn’t in office anymore, but its impact continues. For Martin Sheen, who starred as Democratic President Josiah “Jed” Bartlet on the NBC political drama, the show is special as ever. “‘The West Wing’ ... was just one of the great things that ever happened to me, and couldn’t have happened at a better time, really,” Sheen, 80, told the Daily News this month while promoting his ...

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NEW YORK — Cheers and chants filled the Ed Sullivan Theater on Monday as “The Late Show” brought back its audience. Stephen Colbert hosted the CBS late-night program in front of a full, live crowd at the New York City venue for the first time since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic caused the broadcast to transition to a remote format. Chants of “Stephen! Stephen!” filled the theater as ...

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"The Crown" doesn't always paint a rosy picture of the royals. So what do Brits think of it? "Well, to some of us, it's treason," said Hugh Grant, dryly, as the other five actors gathered remotely for The Envelope's annual Drama Roundtable conversation laughed. One of those was Emma Corrin, who plays Princess Diana in the Netflix show's fourth season. "I adore 'The Crown,'" Grant said to her ...