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Oscars could benefit from power of 'Black Panther'
Can "Black Panther" and Lady Gaga help save the Oscars?

Donald Trump nominated for a Razzie
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are now Razzie nominees.

Sarah Paulson, thriller queen, is actually a scaredy cat
From "American Horror Story" and "Bird Box" to most recently "Glass," Sarah Paulson has become the reigning queen of the thriller genre -- kind of by accident.

Pete Davidson addresses his wellbeing in 'SNL' return
"Saturday Night Live" comedian Pete Davidson joked about his troubling Instagram post that led to a police wellness check as part of a "Weekend Update" segment late Saturday night.

Gladys Knight gets slammed for Super Bowl gig
Gladys Knight's decision to sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl has stirred controversy.

'Brexit' wins 'watch' vote with Benedict Cumberbatch
Like the breakup itself, "Brexit" starts out a little messy, and before it's over, leaves behind an unsettling, queasy feeling regarding the political referendum that roiled Europe, without sparing America from its nefarious implications and striking parallels.

Jon Bon Jovi offering free meals to federal workers
Jon Bon Jovi is the latest celebrity to help out government workers who are not being paid during the government shutdown.

Marie Kondo doesn't really want you to throw away your books
Bibliophiles can turn the page on being mad at Marie Kondo now.

'Fyre' torches 'influencer' culture behind failed festival
"Fyre" -- Netflix's version of a pair of dueling documentaries -- is positively bonkers, a feature-length look at the planned Fyre music festival that went spectacularly awry. But beyond the first-person accounts, it's a larger examination of the ability to sell consumers an image, and an "influencer" culture built around turning eager social-media users into marketing ambassadors.

'Ted Bundy Tapes,' 'Robert Durst' add to TV's 'celebrity' monsters
The appetite for true-crime programming has created a bit of a logjam, to the point where coverage of notorious murderers and serial killers is beginning to recycle. The question is whether the sheer volume of coverage risks somehow romanticizing these infamous figures.

Cardi B and Tomi Lahren are feuding over the government shutdown
2019 is already weird.

'Black Monday' yields poor return on investment
"Black Monday" squanders an impressive portfolio of assets, starting with its cast of Don Cheadle, Regina Hall and Andrew Rannells. A peculiar series that uses the historic stock-market crash of Oct. 19, 1987 as its backdrop -- and mystery -- the Showtime comedy doesn't entirely go bust, but as a viewing proposition, offers a poor return on investment.

Molly Ringwald crowns a new teen queen
Molly Ringwald's name is synonymous with the '80s and teenage angst.

Ariana Grande drops '7 rings'
Ariana Grande makes one thing clear in her latest single: She doesn't need a man.

Camila Cabello among Grammy performers
The Grammy Awards are going to be filled with showstopping performances.

Sorry, Trump. Netflix is creating its own 'Space Force'
Out-of-this-world news for fans of "The Office," outer space and subtle jabs at President Donald Trump: Steve Carell is set to star in a TV series called "Space Force" for Netflix.

'Surviving R. Kelly' is resonating more because of #MeToo
There was a moment at a press conference this week when Faith Rodgers was asked what she'd want to say to R. Kelly if he was watching.

Miley Cyrus uses viral egg to shut down pregnancy speculation
Miley Cyrus wants you to focus on an egg, but not hers.

Rihanna files suit against her dad
Rihanna claims her father and his business partner fraudulently used her name to make money and she's suing them over it.

Justin Bieber's mom thinks daughter-in-law Hailey Baldwin is 'a gift'
There are apparently no mother-in-law horror stories in the Bieber household.

Jason Reitman to direct new 'Ghostbusters'
The Reitmans are keeping the franchise in the family.

Alicia Keys to host the Grammys
Alicia Keys will host the upcoming Grammy Awards

'West Side Story' remake finds its Maria
Take heart high school musical theater geeks as dreams do come true.

'True Detective' gets its mojo back with Mahershala Ali
If you subscribe to the opinion that the original "True Detective" was terrific and the second edition, well, wasn't, the third marks a bracing case of going back to the future. That's because this latest season largely mirrors the first, unspooling a mystery across three distinct time frames while receiving an enormous star-power boost courtesy of Mahershala Ali.

'The Punisher' continues 30-year trail of screen carnage
"The Punisher" returns on Netflix this week, marking a full 30 years of on-screen carnage for the Marvel Comics vigilante -- leaving a trail littered with bodies, and questions about why filmmakers keep returning to an antihero whose brand of justice is so clearly rooted in the past.

Vampires, aliens, assassins, oh my
Science-fiction-type shows come in threes this week, with Fox's modestly intriguing "The Passage," CW's "Roswell, New Mexico" and Syfy's "Deadly Class," which is another case of what might be called "The Remedial Hogwarts School of Television."

'Glass' half full: 'Unbreakable' sequel yields split decision
"Split" was a surprise hit for director M. Night Shyamalan, but its most satisfying gambit came in unexpectedly setting up a sequel to his 2000 thriller "Unbreakable." The result, "Glass," isn't a breakthrough, but proves just clever enough to come out on the right side of a split decision.

Why the National Enquirer says it decided to investigate Jeff Bezos
A few hours after Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie announced their divorce, the National Enquirer had an announcement of its own.

Why it's difficult for Netflix and 'Friends' to go on a break
"Friends" will be there for you on Netflix through 2019, but the minor internet meltdown over a rumor that the show was leaving goes to the heart of the biggest question about Netflix's short-term future: What happens if and when its competitors pull their most popular content from Netflix to make it exclusive to their own streaming services?

John Lasseter joins Skydance Media after leaving Disney following misconduct allegations
John Lasseter, the former Disney Animation chief who left the company after he was accused of sexual misconduct, has found a new job.