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  1. Keegan-Michael Key: "Revolutionary" Sketches Do Not "Justify Why We Have Melanin"

    5:01 am 6/1/2016

    "Very often, if you're a person of color, the fact that you have melanin on your skin makes the sketch exist on two or three levels."Read more

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  2. Jerrod Carmichael Discusses Bill Cosby Episode of 'The Carmichael Show'

    5:01 am 6/1/2016

    "This is one of the first times in American history where black people are able to be genuinely just human beings," said Carmichael. "Our conversations can not necessarily fit into a box or be inhibited in any way. We can argue and we don’t necessarily take one side of an argument."Read more

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  3. Anthony Anderson Discusses 'Black-ish' Episode on Police Brutality

    5:00 am 6/1/2016

    "We pride ourselves on dealing with divisive topics on ['Black-ish'] that bring people to a table who have differences of opinions and create that dialogue. Hopefully when we leave this table, we have a better understanding of who sat across from us."Read more

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  4. Tonys Actress Roundtable: 7 Broadway Standouts on Biggest Fears and Refusing to Cater to "Teenage Boys"

    4:30 am 6/1/2016

    Lupita Nyong'o and 6 other standouts (including Jessica Lange and Michelle Williams) talk Hollywood's turn-offs, Broadway's interactive shows and refusing to cater to 'post-pubescent teenage boys.'Read more

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  5. Jeff Daniels and More Tony Nominated Actors Play Rapid Fire

    4:30 am 6/1/2016

    Tony nominated actors share their rapid fire thoughts with THR's Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg on entrance applause, cell phones in the audience, the oddest thing in their dressing room, and their most memorable audience member (such as Barack Obama).Read more

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  6. Tonys Actor Roundtable: 7 Broadway Standouts on Diversity and Rude Audiences

    4:30 am 6/1/2016

    Leslie Odom Jr., Jeff Daniels, Gabriel Byrne, Zachary Levi, Reed Birney, Danny Burstein and Alex Brightman cheer progress on the Great White Way relative to Hollywood, but see further room for improvement — "There are no [other] shows for me to do," vents Odom.Read more

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  7. Emmy Supporting Actors Decide: Three Emojis to Best Represent Their Show

    6:00 am 5/31/2016

    See Juno Temple, Michael Kelly and Bradley Whitford choose emojis to best represent their television shows.Read more

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  8. Aziz Ansari on Finding Success: "You Have to Make Your Own Way"

    6:00 am 5/31/2016

    "I really believe the idea that the most personal things end up being the most universal," said Ansari said about the personal nature of his Netflix comedy series 'Master of None.'Read more

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  9. Supporting Actors Choose Three Emojis to Best Represent Their Show

    5:50 am 5/31/2016

    Jon Bernthal picks an American flag, the city at night and a skull to best represent 'Daredevil' in emojis.Read more

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