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Milo Ventimiglia says the 'This Is Us' finale is 'stressful,' as if we weren't stressed already

Milo Ventimiglia says the 'This Is Us' finale is 'stressful,' as if we weren't stressed already In case you somehow missed it, TV's new favorite family is the Pearsons from NBC's tearjerking This is Us.Mashable spoke to Kevin (Justin Hartley), Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) and Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) about shows they've been bingeing, life on set and just how many tissues we'll need for tonight's finale.

Dave Chappelle talks race, ISIS and O.J. in his new special -- and that's just the trailer

Dave Chappelle talks race, ISIS and O.J. in his new special -- and that's just the trailer The trailer for the first of Dave Chappelle's upcoming Netflix comedy specials is here, and it is nothing if not on-brand.In the minute of clips from his personal archives, Chappelle is back with the dry delivery and hint of a smirk that define his sharp comedy and work on The Chappelle Show.

Kal Penn shares cringeworthy audition scripts from his early days as an actor

Kal Penn shares cringeworthy audition scripts from his early days as an actor Actor Kal Penn found some of his old audition scripts, and the snippets he shared of accented or stereotypical South Asian roles would not survive today's scrutiny.Or at least would get the social media flogging they deserve.

Finn Jones blames Trump for everyone hating problematic 'Iron Fist'

Finn Jones blames Trump for everyone hating problematic 'Iron Fist' It might be time to take Finn Jones off his own show's press tour.The actor and star of Netflix's upcoming Marvel's Iron Fist can't wrap his mind around fans rejecting a white billionaire protagonist — except that now there's Donald Trump.

'American Gods' trailer is pure fantasy -- in the best way

'American Gods' trailer is pure fantasy -- in the best way Spring is coming, and thank goodness because that means we're closer to American Gods, based on Neil Gaiman's award-winning fantasy novel.As people stop believing, the gods lose power, and new gods emerge to reflect what we value.

Netflix drops a 'Master of None' release date and we couldn't be more ready

Netflix drops a 'Master of None' release date and we couldn't be more ready Break out your pasta maker: Aziz Ansari's masterful Master of None is coming back to Netflix for Season 2 on May 12.Ansari himself announced the news via Instagram by reposting Netflix's adorably whimsical trailer.

How 'The Mindy Project' stuck it to the status quo with an episode about white male privilege

How 'The Mindy Project' stuck it to the status quo with an episode about white male privilege On March 14, Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) lived what she thought was her dream: She woke up as a white man and watched in awe as the world appeared to bend to her will.Last season, Kaling and her team received praise for an episode in which Mindy examines her connection to her Indian roots.

Amy Schumer has a message for the alt-right trolls who want to take her down

Amy Schumer has a message for the alt-right trolls who want to take her down The comedian, whose latest special debuted on Netflix March 7, was apparently targeted for negative reviews by alt-right trolls on the internet.In a report from Splitsider, Megh Wright exposed a subreddit in which self-identified alt-right internet users planned to give Schumer's special the lowest possible ratings.

Samantha Bee dives into the 'deep state' conspiracy

Samantha Bee dives into the 'deep state' conspiracy Samantha Bee's latest spotlight is on the Republican Party's fixation with the "deep state.The segment explained the deep state as a concept that originated in Turkey and Egypt with resistance against authoritarian regimes.

The Review Finale is the Biggest TV Event of the Year

The Review Finale is the Biggest TV Event of the Year The previous two seasons chronicling the decline of chipper “life critic” Forrest MacNeil featured some of the darkest, funniest moments on television.Sorry Game of Thrones, but this is the biggest television event of the year.

Now you can skip the opening credits while watching Netflix

Now you can skip the opening credits while watching Netflix In part of a series of announcements Friday about small but crucial changes to its platform, Netflix revealed a "Skip Intro" button that does exactly what it says.As soon as the credits start — whether they're at the beginning, like one of Netflix's Marvel shows, or after a couple minutes — a little rectangular button pops up giving you the option to SKIP INTRO.

'Game of Thrones' Robb Stark goes to space for Amazon's new sci-fi show

'Game of Thrones' Robb Stark goes to space for Amazon's new sci-fi show Yes, there is life after dragons and frost giants, and for Game of Thrones' Robb Stark (Richard Madden) that life continues in space as, yes, an interstellar priest.That's the premise of Amazon's new streaming series Oasis, a science fiction tale based on the novel The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber.

'Neighbours' might disappear from UK screens, and the Brits are furious

'Neighbours' might disappear from UK screens, and the Brits are furious The series, which has been airing in the UK for over 30 years, could be pulled from UK screens completely.According to The Sunday People, talks over the TV show's UK rights have broken down.

Not getting credit for 'Key & Peele' hurt Dave Chappelle's feelings

Not getting credit for 'Key & Peele' hurt Dave Chappelle's feelings Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special takes what appears to be a loving poke at Key & Peele, but in an interview with CBS, Chappelle got more in-depth.He told Gayle King that it "hurt [his] feelings" to see Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele excel in a format that Chappelle himself worked on for years at Comedy Central.

What's coming to Hulu in April 2017

What's coming to Hulu in April 2017 With different subscription packages and next-day TV, here's a look at what to watch on Hulu while spring wakes up from its slumber.Johnny Tsunami, one of the earliest DCOMs in 1999, stars Brandon Baker as Johnny Kapahala, a lifelong surfer whose family moves to New England.

J.J. Abrams creating a RuPaul dramedy is the most gloriously absurd creative alliance

J.J. Abrams creating a RuPaul dramedy is the most gloriously absurd creative alliance Start your engines: RuPaul's rise to fame is going to be a TV show produced by sci-fi force J.The bizarre and intriguing news broke on Monday and will be a collaboration between Abrams' Bad Robot production company and the producers of RuPaul's Drag Race.

This widly incorrect guess on 'Wheel of Fortune' will leave you screaming

This widly incorrect guess on 'Wheel of Fortune' will leave you screaming This guy needs a beer, or at least a brief explainer of 20th century American plays.A contestant on "America's #1 game show!

New 'Fargo' trailer gives us double the Ewan McGregor

New 'Fargo' trailer gives us double the Ewan McGregor FX has become a one-stop drama shop for crime, intrigue and really weird wigs.In the Season 3 trailer for Fargo, the subject of those pastimes is Ewan McGregor playing brothers with deep history and a big grudge.

Team Z is back for 'iZombie' Season 3

Team Z is back for 'iZombie' Season 3 What's better than brains?FRIENDSHIP — probably.

Finally, good casting news: John Cho to join 'Difficult People' as recurring love interest

Finally, good casting news: John Cho to join 'Difficult People' as recurring love interest Hollywood continues to misstep in its Asian representation (looking at you, Ghost in the Shell) but Julie Klausner's humble Hulu comedy Difficult People gets things right and announced today it will add John Cho as Billy's Eichner's boyfriend.In a release, Hulu described Cho's character Todd as an advertising executive who is "as much of a dick as Billy and Julie (Julie Klausner).