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With Marcc Rose (Tupac Shakur in “Straight Outta Compton”), right, and newcomer Wavyy Jonez, left.
The Conners come back for a 21st century look at making-ends-meet family life.
With Dakota Fanning, left, Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans. Twenty-five years after the deadly Branch Davidians standoff, this scripted six-parter revisits the crisis.
With Michael Shannon, Taylor Kitsch, pictured, John Leguizamo.
With Bruce Greenwood, Emily Van Camp, Manish Dayal, right.
Caleb Carr’s crime novels fold historical characters into 1890s New York City mysteries, as adapted for TV by Cary Fukunaga (“True Detective”).
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