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Harry Styles isn't ashamed of his One Direction days
Harry Styles may be gracing covers of magazines solo these days, but the singer has only good things to say about his time in boy band One Direction.

'Selena: The Series' sings nostalgia... slowly
In 1990, ABC tried (and failed) with a short-lived series devoted to Elvis Presley's early life. Three decades later, and a quarter-century after Selena's death, Netflix does the same with "Selena: The Series," which should stir curiosity among her fans but which proves so light on substance as to make watching the initial nine-episode run a slog with few high notes.

Catherine O'hara recreates 'Home Alone' moment
"Schitt's Creek" actress recreates "Home Alone" scene leaving some fans stunned. Jeanne Moos reports.

Jimmy Fallon spoofs Taylor Swift's 'Folklore' in a parody documentary
Jimmy Fallon made his own version of Taylor Swift's "Folklore" documentary called "Fallonlore."

'Masked Singer' renewed for fifth season
Fox will unmask a new season of "The Masked Singer" next year.

Bad Bunny tops Spotify's most-streamed list of 2020
Spotify's "2020 Wrapped" list of the world's top podcasts, artists, albums, songs, and playlists, with Bad Bunny topping the list as the most-streamed artist of the year.

Drake is selling a scented candle that smells like... Drake
Wanna make your house smell like Drake? Now you can.

See what's streaming in December
See some of what's streaming on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+ and more in December.

'Juno' star Elliot Page shares transgender identity
Meet Elliot Page. On Tuesday, the Oscar-nominated star of movies like "Juno" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past" shared with fans that they are transgender and identify as non-binary, a term used to describe a person whose gender identity is neither man nor woman.

Amanda Kloots and Elaine Welteroth named as co-hosts of 'The Talk'
"The Talk" is getting two new co-hosts next season.

Hugh Grant spent hours spiraling down 'The Undoing' Twitter feeds
Hugh Grant is all of us lost in a Twitter feed for "The Undoing," even if the audience feedback isn't always so positive.

Lady Gaga and Oreo team up to 'spread musical messages of kindness' with limited-edition cookies
Lady Gaga has a sweet treat in store for her little (cookie) monsters.

Barack Obama wishes he had awarded Dolly Parton the Presidential Medal of Freedom
President Barack Obama appeared on Monday's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and while promoting his book,"A Promised Land," he admitted to making a major "mistake" while in office.

'Jeopardy!' is coming back this January
The show must go on.

Ryan Reynolds doesn't want a street named after him
Ryan Reynolds does not want the citizens of Vancouver to be cruising down a street named for him.

'Black-ish' star Marsai Martin, who's 16, has set a record for the youngest Hollywood executive producer
While her peers may still be learning to drive, Marsai Martin has reached a different kind of milestone.

George Clooney cuts his own hair with a device attached to a vacuum cleaner
The coronavirus pandemic has forced celebrities to adapt to a brave new world away from their adorning fans, and they responded in myriad ways.

Chef David Chang won $1 million. He's giving it all to restaurant workers

NBC apologizes for Selena Gomez kidney transplant joke on 'Saved by the Bell' reboot
NBC Universal is apologizing to Selena Gomez after one of its newest shows mocked her kidney transplant.

UK minister calls on Netflix to tell viewers 'The Crown' is fictional before each episode
The UK's Culture Secretary has called on Netflix to put a disclaimer at the start of episodes of "The Crown" telling viewers that the royal drama is "a work of fiction."

These are YouTube's top trending videos of 2020
Comedy, oddity and tragedy.

Christmas movies you didn't know were Christmas movies
There are only so many times you can watch "The Princess Switch."

Move over, Rudolph: Streaming adds to the flood of holiday specials
Far from the holiday specials of the past -- which dutifully arrived on the major networks each year, from Frosty and Rudolph to Charlie Brown and the Grinch -- much of this year's barrage of Christmas specials will stream into the season.

'The Mandalorian' brings a major fan favorite into the 'Star Wars' live-action universe
The worst-kept secret in the "Star Wars" universe brought a huge fan favorite to "The Mandalorian" -- moving the show further into the orbit of the animated series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and "Star Wars Rebels," while adding details about the merchandising bonanza alternately known until now as "Baby Yoda" and "The Child."

'Between the World and Me' turns Ta-Nehisi Coates' book into a powerful special
Haunting and poetic, "Between the World and Me" translates Ta-Nehisi Coates' book and the subsequent stage presentation into an HBO special that loses none of its power, a feat made all the more remarkable by its production amid the coronavirus outbreak. Weaving in news footage with stars reading Coates' words, this version of the writer's reflections to his 15-year-old son will likely be played and replayed for years to come.

'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' showcases riveting performances by Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis
Chadwick Boseman's tragic death will draw understandable attention to "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," which represents his final role. Yet that focus shouldn't overshadow the riveting performances that elevate this small-scale Netflix movie, adapted from the August Wilson play with its somewhat claustrophobic stage origins very much intact.

'The Flight Attendant' serves up a fun trip thanks to Kaley Cuoco
"The Flight Attendant" feels like the TV equivalent of summer beach reading, in mostly good ways. Kaley Cuoco stars as the globetrotting party gal of the title, who has the unfortunate experience of waking up next to a dead guy. What happens thereafter plays like a Hitchock-ian thriller, punctuated by the comedy of a protagonist who greets each new development by nearly hyperventilating.

'Mank' slides into Hollywood history through the troubled writer of 'Citizen Kane'
"Mank" has the makings of an Oscar contender, and not just because of Hollywood's traditional love for movies about itself. With Gary Oldman as the alcoholic, self-destructive writer of "Citizen Kane," director David Fincher has made a near-great movie about what's in the argument as the greatest of all time.

'Ammonite' derives its shine from Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan
"Ammonite" joins a long list of forbidden love stories, yielding a movie presented in washed-out tones, which shines principally thanks to Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan. The result is a slow-moving, somewhat predictable but finally effective period romance that primarily serves as an old-fashioned testament to star power.

'Grey's Anatomy' powered his ambitions. Now, this doctor is helping the show tackle coronavirus
Naser Alazari was a 24-year-old unemployed physician living in Syria, having been displaced from his home country of Iraq by war, when the words of Meredith Grey first hit his ears and touched his heart.