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Anne Heche, 'Wag the Dog' and 'Donnie Brasco' star, taken off life support
Anne Heche, an entrancing actor whose versatility powered an admirable career in television and film spanning four decades, is no longer on life support.

How 'Breaking Bad' cooked up the addictive formula for 'Better Call Saul'
By spawning the acclaimed "Better Call Saul," "Breaking Bad" achieved a bit of spinoff immortality that eluded "Friends" ("Joey"), "MASH" ("AfterMASH") and "The Golden Girls" ("The Golden Palace"), among others. As the prequel nears its end, it's worth considering how the original series' Emmy-winning legacy cooked up one of the best TV offshoots since "Cheers" begat "Frasier."

Artists have changed song lyrics before. But Beyoncé and Lizzo's recent revisions are part of a new era
Some of the stars behind summer's hottest new music found themselves in hot water when listeners and disability advocates spoke out against a lyric viewed as an ableist slur.

An "Evil" television series delivers us from three demons haunting America
The hit TV series "Evil" is more than chills and dark humor. It delivers its audience from three demons dividing America today.

Weapon in deadly 'Rust' film set shooting could not be fired without pulling the trigger, FBI forensic testing finds
FBI testing of the gun used in the fatal shooting on the movie set of "Rust" found that the weapon handled by actor Alec Baldwin could not be fired without pulling the trigger while the gun was cocked, according to a newly released forensics report.

Denise Dowse, director and 'Beverly Hills, 90210' actress, dies at 64
Actress and director Denise Dowse, whose prolific career featured roles in "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Insecure" and "Ray," has died, her family confirmed to CNN Sunday. She was 64.

'A League of Their Own' series remake aims for a home run
"A League of Their Own" is back as a TV series remake. Based on the hit 1992 film about a World War II-era All-American pro women's baseball team, the series debuts on Amazon Prime on August 12.

'The Princess' creates a stark portrait of Diana's life under the media microscope
The amount of new information in "The Princess" will likely depend on one's personal Royals-related media consumption, but the packaging of this stark and intimate documentary -- marking the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death -- serves as a sobering reminder of how the press hounded her from the moment of her engagement until her tragic death.

'Five Days at Memorial' takes a grim look back at Hurricane Katrina's tragic toll
A grim reminder of the catastrophic institutional failures associated with Hurricane Katrina, "Five Days at Memorial" captures the personal toll and terrible choices made under the most adverse of conditions. Working backward from the 45 dead bodies discovered in Memorial Hospital, it's a compelling fact-based look at those five days as well as their aftermath.

'Tales of the Walking Dead' doesn't do much more than kill time
The latest extension of "The Walking Dead" "universe," if you can really call it that, "Tales of the Walking Dead" possesses the chance to explore and play with this world-gone-mad scenario, but mostly squanders it. Telling a self-contained story in each hour, think of it as a zombie-fied bonus effort that doesn't kill much more than time.