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What's news: Tons of awards-season developments, including the newly unveiled Grammy noms and the big film winners from last night's Gotham Awards. Plus: Michael Wolff on the "Death Star theory" driving media mergers, CBS cancels Jeremy Piven's freshman series and early critical reaction to Steven Spielberg's The Post. — Ray Rahman
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? Jay-Z leads the 2018 Grammys pack. The rapper and Beyoncé spouse received nods in eight categories, including record and song of the year. Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars also came up big, with seven and six nominations respectively. The James Corden-hosted ceremony will air Jan. 28 on CBS. See the full list of nominees.
+ Hip-hop and R&B finally complete Grammys takeover. Legitimate change is finally underway at the Grammys: "The major categories are dominated by rap and R&B and the night's big showdown falls to Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z — two of the industry’s titans, neither of whom have ever won in a major Grammy category," writes Billboard's Andrew Unterberger. Full analysis.
+ Snubs and surprises: The Grammy noms brought great news for Donald Glover but weren't as kind to the likes of Ed Sheeran or Lady Gaga. Read more.
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