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Golden Globes Deliver Surprises In Television Categories

This year's Golden Globes did not come without some surprises, especially in the TV categories. Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle won best TV comedy, and the show's main character, Gael Garcia Bernal, won best actor in the category. USA's Mr. Robot beat out Fox's Empire and HBO's Game of Thrones in the Best TV drama category. NPR reviews some of these unexpected wins.
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'East Los High' Isn't Just A Soapy Teen Drama — It's Also A Science Experiment

Social scientists and health workers worked with screenwriters and studio execs to create a binge-worthy show designed to help young Latinas make healthy life choices.
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'Revenant,' 'Martian' Take Top Honors At Golden Globe Awards

At the Golden Globe awards Sunday night, The Revenant won for best drama film and The Martian won for best comedy. Those were just two of the awards handed out during a ceremony in Beverly Hills.
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Here Are The Winners Of The Golden Globes

At the Sunday night ceremony, The Martian won for best motion picture, comedy, while The Revenant won in the drama category. Here is the full list of winners — and the fellow nominees they beat out.

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With 'Superstore,' America Ferrera Aims To 'Move The Dial' On Representation

For the Latina actress, diversity in casting helped her new show broach difficult material. "This diversity gives us the opportunity to approach topics like race from a place of experience," she says.
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Can True Crime Stories Interfere With Old Cases?

The Netflix hit show "Making of a Murderer" and the podcast "Serial" have brought up old cases that gathered dust for years. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Deidre Enright, head of The Innocence Project and featured in Season One of Serial, about what it means to re-litigate select cases.
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'Game Of Thrones': When The TV Show Outpaces The Books

George R.R. Martin hasn't finished his latest book in time for the sixth TV season. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Amy Sullivan and Spencer Kornhaber of the Atlantic's 'Game of Thrones' roundtable.
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Ugly Fruit Is Ripe For A Close-Up, As 'Shark Tank' Takes On Food Waste

A Maryland-based start-up is selling imperfect and surplus fruits and vegetables via subscription. It's co-founder will try to persuade investors food waste is good business tonight on ABC.

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Dayo Okeniyi Is Probably The First Nigerian Actor To Be Shot By J-Lo

Why are Nigerians making a splash in Hollywood? We ask a star of the new NBC series Shades of Blue.
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Netflix Goes Global With Expansion Into 130 New Countries

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Gina Keating, author of Netflixed, about Netflix's announcement Wednesday that it is expanding into 130 new countries and adding several languages to its site.

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