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Schmooze | Feb. 25, 2019

Photos from the week of February 25
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Photos from the week of February 25

Host RuPaul Charles (l.) and executive producer Ben Winston of The World’s Best at the CBS TCA Winter Press Tour session in Pasadena, Calif. 

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Chef Aarón Sanchez of Fox’s MasterChef marks the show’s 10th anniversary with a cooking demo during the writing/lunch break at the network’s TCA Winter Press Tour session. 

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For the People castmates Charles Michael Davis (l.) and Hope Davis arrive on the red carpet ahead of ABC’s TCA Winter Press Tour presentation.

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“NBC’s Women of Drama” panelists at the TCA Winter Press Tour (l. to r.): Jennifer Carpenter of The Enemy Within; Retta of Good Girls; Lorraine Toussaint of The Village; and Susan Kelechi Watson of This Is Us.

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Perry Mattfeld of In the Dark at The CW’s 2019 Winter TCA Press Tour session at The Langham Hotel in Pasadena, Calif. 

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(From l.): Doug Liman, executive producer of USA’s Pearson; Lauren LeFranc of YouTube Red’s Impulse; Dawn Parouse Olmsted, president, Universal Cable Productions and Wilshire Studios; and David Bratis, executive producer, Pearson; at the UCP Showrunners Cocktail Reception at the TCA Winter Press Tour. 

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At Turner’s TCA Winter Press Tour session (l. to r.): Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni and Daniel Radcliffe of Miracle Workers; Brett Weitz, GM of TBS & TNT; Steve Buscemi and creator/EP Simon Rich of Miracle Workers; and Thom Hinkle, EVP, original programming, TBS.

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Warner Bros. renamed its Stage 25 after The Big Bang Theory to mark its status as the longest-running single camera sitcom (l. To r.): co-star Kaley Cuoco, executive producers Steven Molaro and Chuck Lorre; co-stars Melissa Rauch, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg, Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons; executive producer Bill Prady; and co-star Kevin Sussman.

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At Opening Ceremony’s “Pig Out” Lunar New Year event in New York (l. to r.): Nielsen’s Mariko Carpenter, VP, strategic alliances; Mia Scott, VP, communications; and Andrew McCaskill, SVP, global communications and multicultural marketing. 

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(From l.): Josh Dallas, J.R. Ramirez, Al Roker, Melissa Roxburgh and Jeff Rake at The Paley Center for Media’s preview screening and discussion for NBC’s Manifest in New York.

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(From l.): Golf Channel and NBC broadcasters Johnny Miller, Paul Azinger and Dan Hicks at their broadcast position for the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale, the last telecast in Miller’s 29-year TV career. 

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(From l.): Actor Marvin Jones III, moderator Carama Horn and actor Cress Williams at the “An Electrifying Black Lightning Conversation on Good vs. Evil” panel on The CW show at The Paley Center for Media in New York.