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Freeze Frame -- June 20, 2016

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HGTV’s “She Builds” initiatives and Rebuilding Together joined forces to remodel a home at Nashville, Tenn.’s Thistle Farms, a shelter for survivors of abuse, addiction, trafficking and prostitution. Pictured (l. to r.): Alana LeBlanc of HGTV’s Listed Sisters; Annette Brun, VP, corporate social responsibility, Scripps Networks Interactive; Nashville Mayor Megan Barry; Caroline Blakely, Rebuilding Together; and Lex LeBlanc of Listed Sisters.
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(From l.): Judy Reyes; Marc Cherry, executive producer; and Rebecca Wisocki at the Lifetime, MeWe and TV Guide season four premiere party for Devious Maids at STK Los Angeles.
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At truTV’s For Your Consideration event for Billy on the Street at the Hollywood Roosevelt (l. to r.): Chris Linn, president, truTV; Billy Eichner, creator and star, Billy on the Street; and Mike Farah, executive producer and CEO of Funny or Die.
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(From l.): Mariah Balanciaga, Sarah Foster, Morgan McMichaels and Erin Foster of VH1’s Barely Famous at the L.A. PRIDE Parade in West Hollywood, Calif.
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Charlie Day of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia takes a photo with an attendee of the L.A. PRIDE Parade during the event in West Hollywood, Calif.
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Carly Chaikin of USA Network’s Mr. Robot unveiled a show-themed merchandise collaboration featuring her original artwork at STORY in New York’s Chelsea.
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Smithsonian Channel’s Mississippi Inferno was recognized at the 2016 Television Academy Honors. Pictured (l. to r.): Joy Galane, executive producer; Dr. Doris A. Derby, producer; David Schulman, director; Charlene Haynes, producer; and David Royle, EVP and chief programming officer, Smithsonian Channel. LISETTE M. AZAR/FX DAVE KOTINSKY/USA NETWORK MATT SAYLES/INVISION FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY/AP IMAGE JESSE GRANT/GETTY IMAGES FOR A+E NETWORKS ERIC CHARBONNEAU/INVISION FOR SHOWTIME/AP IMAGES
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(From l.): Beau Bridges, Sarah Silverman and Michael Sheen at the For Your Consideration panel for Showtime’s Masters of Sex at Landmark Theatre West L.A. in Los Angeles.
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At Lifetime’s “UnREAL Group Date” and champagne brunch aboard the Dandeana Yacht in Marina del Rey, Calif. (l. to r.): Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, co-creator and executive producer; Shiri Appleby; Liz Gateley, head of programming, Lifetime; and Constance Zimmer.