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Discovery and AT&T: How a Huge Media Deal Was Done

Deals are rarely smooth, and an anomaly with Discovery’s share price dovetailed with the negotiations. Discovery’s stock began to inexplicably rocket in February and March…

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‘In Treatment’ Is Back. How Does That Make You Feel?

Some of those interactions are now more distanced. In a nod to the changes in therapy that the pandemic has wrought, this season shows Brooke…

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Jean Smart Shines in ‘Hacks’ and ‘Mare of Easttown’

Smart grew up in Seattle, the second of four children. She studied theater at the University of Washington — at 5-foot-9, she played a lot…

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Jean Smart Shines in ‘Hacks’ and ‘Mare of Easttown’

Smart grew up in Seattle, the second of four children. She studied theater at the University of Washington — at 5-foot-9, she played a lot…

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AT&T’s WarnerMedia Group to Merge With Discovery

It’s as if Logan Roy, the fictional patriarch of the Waystar Royco media empire on HBO’s popular series “Succession,” masterminded the deal himself: AT&T has…

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In ‘Exterminate All the Brutes,’ Raoul Peck Takes Aim at White Supremacy

After completing his 2016 documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” the director Raoul Peck felt he’d had his say on the topic of U.S. race…

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‘The Lady and the Dale’ Review: The Con Artist and the Car

With “The Lady and the Dale,” a four-part documentary beginning Sunday, HBO has itself an I-can’t-believe-I-haven’t-heard-of-this story in the “Tiger King” or “McMillions” category. The…

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