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'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 8 Cast Revealed

"RuPaul's Drag Race" returns with a court of QUEENS so ingenious, a competition so unpredictable and a judges' panel so packed with talent, if you think you know this "Race," honey, you have no idea.

With Restraint, YouTube Rolls Out Original Programming

CORPORATE | By Derrick J. Lang | Feb 12
For their leap into premium programming, YouTube isn't attempting to imitate Netflix, Hulu or Amazon, which offer films and shows rivaling traditional Hollywood content.

Paul Giamatti on "Billions," Why Theater is "Much More Fun"

In "Billions," he plays a U.S. attorney who turns his attention to taking down a billionaire hedge fund manager.

The Differences Between the New Online Cable Bundles

PERSONAL TECH | By Tali Arbel | Jan 14
Traditional cable providers are launching TV packages that don't require cable boxes - good for you because you save on monthly equipment fees and don't need a technician to come install it for you. But there are also drawbacks.

Spike Jonze Gives Peek at New Viceland Channel

TELEVISION | By David Bauder | Jan 11
The new Viceland cable channel that launches next month will have series with actress Ellen Page exploring gay and lesbian life around the world and actor Michael K. Williams telling about black market economies, among other things.

Why Aren't Smart TVs Very Clever?

PERSONAL TECH | By Anick Jesdanun and Ryan Nakashima | Jan 10
Moderately priced sets can now connect to the Internet and run Netflix and other apps - that's the "smart" part. Yet many people are ignoring the built-in features and turning to Apple TV, Roku and other stand-alone streaming devices.

Comedy Central, National Geographic Pair Up on Sex Series

TELEVISION | By David Bauder | Jan 9
There's finally a subject to unite Comedy Central and the National Geographic Channel. You guessed it: Sex.

Damian Lewis on "Billions," "Homeland," James Bond Rumors

Lewis is about to debut in the new drama "Billions," where he plays a powerful hedge fund manager.

SF Man's Memoir Inspires LGBT Miniseries

TELEVISION | By Matthew S. Bajko | Jan 3
The eight-hour miniseries ABC has ordered from gay screenwriter Dustin Lance Black will be partly based on the memoir of longtime LGBT activist Cleve Jones.

New Netflix Series Raises Questions About Old Murder Case

Netflix's "Making a Murderer" rekindles interest in a high-profile Wisconsin murder case.

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