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  • Who will win and who should in a wide-open Oscars race - An unprecedented lack of consensus among the guilds representing actors, directors, writers and producers has flummoxed Oscar prognosticators, with more genuine uncertainty surrounding the best picture race than is usually the case this close to Sunday's ceremony.
  • Black women would not rest until R. Kelly was investigated - When it came down to it, black women knew they were on their own.
  • Jussie Smollett's character cut from season's final 2 episodes of 'Empire' - The producers behind Fox's "Empire" have decided to remove actor Jussie Smollett's character from the final two episodes of the season following his arrest this week.
  • John Krasinski reveals 'A Quiet Place' sequel release date. Here's what you can expect - John Krasinski is silent no more about the release date for his "A Quiet Place" sequel.
  • HBO will air 'Leaving Neverland' despite suit by Jackson estate - HBO is standing by its decision to air a four-hour documentary detailing the stories of two men who accuse Michael Jackson of molestation in the face of a suit filed by Jackson's estate that claims airing the film would be a breach of contract.
  • Beyoncé and Jay-Z's unexpected tribute - Beyoncé and Jay-Z have paid tribute to Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, by swapping her with one of art history's most recognizable figures -- the Mona Lisa.
  • 'Finally': R. Kelly indictment has been a long time coming for many - After more than two decades and dozens of allegations of abuse against young women by singer R. Kelly, reaction to his indictment on Friday was summarized by many with one word: finally.
  • 'Whiskey Cavalier' serves up spy games as Oscars chaser - ABC and NBC each play spy games, reasonably well, with two new series: "Whiskey Cavalier" -- a fun drama with an awful name, which the network will try to boost with a post-Oscars preview -- and "The Enemy Within," essentially NBC's latest attempt to do another version of "The Blacklist," only with a female twist.
  • 'Flack' pops crisis-PR bubble with timely dramedy - Pop TV might not loom large on the average TV viewer's radar, but the cable network has a show that feels very much of the moment in "Flack," a British drama starring Anna Paquin as a take-no-prisoners public-relations pro, charged with extricating celebrity clients from various crises.
  • Your complete viewing guide to this year's Oscars - The 91st Academy Awards are just days away.
  • Oscars past might offer hope to host-free awards - Can the 91st Academy Awards be saved? Yes -- at least, grading on the curve that is the Oscar telecast, the mess that the Academy has made of things leading up to this year's show, and the low bar set by the last host-less Academy Awards in 1989.
  • John Krasinski isn't running away from 'Jim' - It took John Krasinski six days into filming "A Quiet Place" to know for certain that he was onto something.
  • Spike Lee predicts 'BlacKkKlansman' willl be on the right side of history - Spike Lee's late grandmother, Zimmie Reatha Shelton, was an art teacher for 50 years in the state of Georgia.
  • Regina King aims to give us all the feels - In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King.
  • How Felicity Jones stepped into 'notorious' shoes - Felicity Jones is, not unlike real-life notorious figure she played in "On the Basis of Sex," a woman of her convictions.