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DGA Touts TV’s Most Inclusive Season, But Do They Even Understand What Counts as Inclusion?

The best thing about the current "Golden Age of Television" is that there's so much of it. Sure to us fans and consumers of content, it can seem a bit overwhelming, but every new TV show or limited series provides hundreds of jobs to hundreds of working professionals, many of them women, men of color, or members of other marginalized groups who are typically underemployed.

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Things We Saw Today: Stan Lee Gives Chadwick Boseman His Seal of Approval to Play Black Panther

Yesterday, Black Panther co-creator and Marvel legend, Stan Lee, gave the actor playing the iconic character, Chadwick Boseman, his blessing.

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These Science Fiction Shows and Movies Help Me Parent in Uncertain Times

Using TV and movies as distraction is one of my key coping mechanisms these days, since breastfeeding precludes me from heavy drinking.

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Tatiana Maslany and Rami Malek Bring Inclusive Sci-Fi Stories to the Forefront With Their Emmy Wins

Tatiana Maslany, after having been snubbed by the Academy for her first season on Orphan Black and nominated for the first time last year only to not earn her well-deserved statue, finally took home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series last night for playing the entirety of Clone Club! Meanwhile Rami Malek, who plays the idiosyncratic Elliot Alderson on Mr. Robot, won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in his first nomination.

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Stephen Colbert “Hacked” Rami Malek’s Empty Instagram

Mr. Robot's Rami Malek went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert where the two bonded over profound alienation and discussed Malek's own relationship with technology.

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Things We Saw Today: The Jungle Book Gets an “Honest Trailer” and It’s, Well, Spot On

Strap on your big red diapers and settle in for some laughs.

It’s that most wonderful time of the day when an Honest Trailer pops up in the feed and this time, those clever Screen Junkies take on Jon Favreau’s live-action Jungle Book adaptation.

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Things We Saw Today: Design Your Own Steven Universe Gemsona

Okay, so, apparently this came out ages ago, but I missed it: Doll Divine has a Steven Universe-inspired character creator available for any of you folks who want to make a "Gemsona" of your very own.

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Things We Saw Today: What the Hecking Heck Is Going On in This GIF?

The Verge's James Vincent found the most perfect slapstick GIF in the world, and performed an admirable job breaking it down and analyzing it.

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Mr. Robot Actresses Discuss Being More Than Glorified Scene Decoration

"We're not secondary characters."

One of Mr. Robot's many strengths is the complex women who don’t just chew scenery, but are also right there in the thick of it. Turns out the actresses who play those characters find it to be a welcome change.

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Things We Saw Today: Harold Ramis’ Daughter Defends New Ghostbusters

If you were thinking about saying something to the effect of "Harold Ramis would be rolling in his grave at the travesty that is the new Ghostbusters movie," or something equally idiotic sight unseen, Ramis' daughter Violet asks you to rethink that position in a touching essay about her father over at SplitSider.

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Things We Saw Today: Teen Flips Water Bottle Onto Table, Crowd Goes Wild

Dare you not to smile.

It's fine if you don't get why this video is so good. You can just chalk it up to the youths being the youths.

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Jessica Jones, Transparent, Mr. Robot and More Win 75th Annual Peabody Awards

Originally intended to be a "Pulitzer Prize" for radio, the Peabody Award has since expanded in its 75-year history to award excellence in all electronic media, from radio and podcasts, to broadcast television and cable, to streaming television, sites, and blogs. This year, the Peabody Awards lauded shows and streaming films where diversity was as much a metric of their success as writing or production excellence. And they happened to be some of our favorites!

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Things We Saw Today: Kylo Ren May Soon Throw a Tantrum at a Disney Park near You

Although Dismaland might be more Ren's style.

Starting next month, visitors to Disneyland in Anaheim and Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando will be able to see Kylo Ren on the Star Destroyer bridge as part of the immersive Star Wars Launch Bay experience. If that means they'll be needing Ren impersonators, maybe Disney might want to look into changing this Gaston's department?

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Things We Saw Today: Mr. Robot Cast Does The Robot

Rami Malek, Carly Chaikin, and Portia Doubleday of Mr. Robot have their own version of the title sequence where they do the robot and it's the cutest thing.

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Adult Swim Announces New York Comic Con Lineup; NYCC to Take Over Hammerstein Ballroom

Werewolves and chickens!

Calling all Swim fans! New York Comic Con's Adult Swim lineup has just been announced, and there's a lot to be excited about.

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5 Reasons to Get Hooked on Mr. Robot

Why am I so addicted to Mr. Robot? I’ll give you 5 solid reasons.

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Mr.Robot Recap: Episode 7

We're obviously late to the game with this, but after receiving requests from readers, we're excited to start sharing some Mr.Robot coverage!

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