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  1. O'Reilly, returning in podcast, surprised by Fox exit and says truth will come out

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    LOS ANGELES — Five days after being fired from his top-rated Fox News Channel perch, Bill O'Reilly used a podcast to express his dismay and vowed that "the truth will come out."

    Bill O'Reilly, right, says he's sad and surprised that he's off TV but is confident the truth will come out about his exit from Fox News. Five days after his firing amid sexual harassment allegations, O'Reilly aired an episode Monday of his personal website's "No Spin News" podcast. The show was replaced by "Tucker Carlson's Tonight," which moved to O'Reilly's time slot Monday. [Associated Press]
  2. Ex-Fox News guest: Hannity made 'uncomfortable' advances

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    A former Fox News guest says Sean Hannity made her feel "uncomfortable" by repeatedly asking her to his hotel while on assignment more than a decade ago, and said she stopped appearing on the host's show soon after refusing to meet him.

    Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity speaks during a campaign rally for Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in Phoenix. in March 2016. Hannity told the New York Daily News for a story published April 23 that accusations of sexual harassment from former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel are "100% false and a complete fabrication." [Associated Press]
  3. Review: Michael Connelly's 'Bosch' returns for an engrossing Season 3

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    In the first three episodes of Season 3 of Bosch, people keep telling the Los Angeles Police Department homicide detective he needs to get a life.

    LAPD detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver, right) has several new homicides on his plate, including a high-profile murder trial of a Hollywood director.
  4. O'Reilly put Fox News on the map; what's next for him?

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    Bill O'Reilly has long been an imposing presence in cable news and the so-called culture wars.

    Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly appears on the Fox News show, "The O'Reilly Factor," in New York. O'Reilly has lost his job at Fox News Channel following reports that several women had been paid millions of dollars to keep quiet about harassment allegations. [Associated Press file]
  5. Review: Hulu's 'The Handmaid's Tale' poignantly adapts Margaret Atwood's story

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    The relevance of The Handmaid's Tale isn't lost on anyone. And the television adaptation of Margaret Atwood's famous dystopian novel is here to remind us, to quote the book: Don't let the bastards grind you down.

    Elisabeth Moss plays Offred in the TV adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale.
  6. 10News WTSP ditches traditional newcasts for viral focus, introduces new anchors

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    Jackie Fernandez is among several new anchors and reporters who debuted on 10News WTSP on Tuesday. [WTSP]
  7. Review: 'Fargo' back with less splash, more nuance and tension

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    There's something about the Northern accent. It invokes the seemingly slow and simply charming life of the Midwest. It can make any story sound "nice." Believable, even. And it sets the literal and figurative tone for Fargo, a sweeping crime saga that's also comedic, albeit dark.

    Carrie Coon plays the newly divorced Gloria Burgle, a single mom, on Season 3 of Fargo.
  8. Review: IFC's sports comedy 'Brockmire' is a funny and foul ball

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    "That ball cannot be buried in a Jewish cemetery because it just got tattooed!" yells legendary baseball announcer Jim Brockmire in probably one of the best home run calls ever. Brockmire is a fictional character in IFC's newest comedy, premiering at 10 p.m. Wednesday. (You …

    Hank Azaria plays legendary baseball announcer Jim Brockmire, who is fired after an epic on-air meltdown.
  9. Review: 'Imaginary Mary' is an unimaginative sitcom

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    Jenna Elfman deserves more than a fluffy CGI co-star. We all do, really.

    Jenna Elfman plays Alice, an independent career woman who falls in love with Ben (Stephen Schneider), a divorced father. Alice’s childhood imaginary friend suddenly reappears when she meets Ben’s kids.
  10. Review: Hulu's 'Harlots' explores 18th century prostitution through the 'whore's eye view'

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    Harlot. Whore. Prostitute. Covent Garden nun.

    "Harlots" on Hulu explores prostitution in 18th century London through the eyes of the prostitutes themselves. (Hulu)