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James Herriott (played by Nicholas Ralph) gets up in a lot of animals' business in the new All Creatures Great And Small. Matt Squire/Playground Television/PBS hide caption

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Hailee Steinfeld stars in Dickinson on Apple TV . Apple TV hide caption

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Fran Lebowitz talks about a wide variety of topics — including her stint as a New York City cab driver — in the Netflix series Pretend It's a City. Netflix hide caption

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Fran Lebowitz's 'Pretend It's A City' Is The NYC Trip You Can't Take Right Now

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Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor star in Netflix's Bridgerton. Liam Daniel/Netflix hide caption

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Ted Danson plays a retired millionaire who becomes mayor of Los Angeles in Mr. Mayor. Mitchell Haddad/NBC hide caption

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As 'Mr. Mayor,' Ted Danson Sustains His Stellar Sitcom Streak

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Pamela Adlon stars as Sam Fox, a single working mother, in the FX series Better Things. Suzanne Tenner /FX hide caption

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Host Joel McHale (right) with two contestants from Card Sharks. Eric McCandless/ABC hide caption

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It's been a year like no other, but here at Pop Culture Happy Hour, we're sticking with tradition by revisiting our 2020 resolutions and making new ones for next year. Kristin Lee/Getty Images/Tetra images RF hide caption

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(Clockwise from upper left) A "Black Lives Matter" protest in Brooklyn, N.Y., a shuttered AMC movie theater, a "Stop the Steal" protest in Atlanta, Ga., and the short-form streamer Quibi. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images, Scott Olson/Getty Images, Megan Varner/Getty Images, Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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2020 was an unpredictable year, but Pop Culture Happy Hour is sticking with our annual tradition of looking into the future and predicting what the new year might bring. Nora Carol Photography/Getty Images hide caption

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Maud (Glenda Jackson) is haunted by two mysteries in the television film Elizabeth is Missing, based on a novel by Emma Healey. Marsaili Mainz/Courtesy of STV Productions hide caption

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Dementia Complicates The Search For 2 Lost Women In 'Elizabeth Is Missing'

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The Best — And Worst — Of Christmas Culture

Sam shares holiday recommendations with Audie Cornish, co-host of All Things Considered and Consider This, and Bob Mondello, NPR's film critic. They discuss not only their holiday favorites, but also the holiday things they hate. And yes, they'll discuss Love Actually.

The Best — And Worst — Of Christmas Culture

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(Clockwise from upper left) Eugene Levy in Schitt's Creek, Leslie Odom Jr. in Hamilton, Anya Taylor-Joy in The Queen's Gambit, Jurnee Smollett in Lovecraft Country, Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, and Kristen Bell in The Good Place. Pop TV, Disney , Phil Bray/Netflix, Eli Joshua Ade /HBO, Amazon Studios, Colleen Hayes/NBC hide caption

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Best TV Of 2020: Great Shows Brought Us Together In A Difficult, Distanced Year

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A long investigation by Ken Dornstein, a documentary filmmaker whose brother died in the attack, identified Libyan Abu Agela Mas'ud Kheir Al-Marimi as the possible maker of the bomb that shattered the New York-bound Boeing 747 as it flew over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Filmmaker Details Investigation That Identified Alleged Pan Am Flight 103 Bomb-Maker

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Catherine O'Hara as Moira Rose in the series finale of Schitt's Creek. Comedy Central hide caption

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Our 12 Favorite Things of 2020

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Michael Ward and Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn dance at a blues party in Lovers Rock, one of five films in Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology. Parisa Taghizedeh/Amazon Studios hide caption

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Kaley Cuoco stars as the sometimes messy, always entertaining lead in The Flight Attendant. Phil Caruso/HBO Max hide caption

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