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Jurnee Smollett-Bell (l.) of WGN America’s Underground and actress Angela Bassett arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of the series, held at the The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
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At the New York premiere of HBO’s documentary Everything Is Copy at the Museum of Modern Art (l. to r.): Richard Plepler, chairman and CEO, HBO; Jacob Bernstein, executive producer/writer/director; Sheila Nevins, president, HBO Documentaries; and Graydon Carter, executive producer.
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Marjorie Kaplan, president of content at Discovery Networks International, toasts the U.K. production community at the annual Discovery Networks International Producers Party at London’s St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
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At the Radio Disney musical showcase at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas (l. to r.): Phil Guerini, VP, music strategy, Disney Channels Worldwide; and artists Daya and Shawn Hook.
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At the PaleyFest LA 2016 session honoring FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel (l. to r.): Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, executive producer Tim Minear and supervising producer John Gray.
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Mercedes Mason of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead signs autographs for fans at that show’s PaleyFest LA 2016 session at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
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(From l.): Julie Klausner, creator/EP, and cast members Billy Eichner, Andrea Martin and James Urbaniak talk up Hulu’s Difficult People at a PaleyFest LA 2016 session at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.
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(From l.): Tim Pastore, president, original programming & production, National Geographic Channel; Ron Howard, executive producer of upcoming series MARS; and Courteney Monroe, CEO, National Geographic Global Netorks, at Nat Geo’s upfront at New York’s Park Hyatt.
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(From l.): Geraldine Moriba, CNN original program development executive producer and CNN Worldwide VP of diversity and inclusion; Jeff Zucker, president, CNN Worldwide; and filmmaker Jamila Paskima, who collaborated with Moriba on the documentary Until 20, at a New York screening of the film.