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    • AMC provided INSIDER with an exclusive clip from the new season of "The Walking Dead."
    • In the 51-second scene, the group is on a trip back from Washington, D.C., where they just retrieved some important items for the Hilltop. 
    • The group's wagon gets stuck in the mud. As Rick and company try to loosen it free, a herd of the undead approaches. 
    • Michonne and Daryl team up to take down the hoarde, but one of the group isn't so lucky.
    • "The Walking Dead" returns for its ninth sesason to AMC Sunday, October 7 at 9 p.m.
    • Watch the sneak peek below.

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    • ABC released a teaser trailer for its "Roseanne" spin-off "The Conners."
    • The spin-off will revolve around the rest of the Conner family without matriarch, Roseanne Barr.
    • This year's successful "Roseanne" revival was canceled after Barr compared former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett to an ape on Twitter
    • According to Barr, her character will be killed off the show.
    • The new promo doesn't address Barr's absence at all. Instead, it dances around the elephant in the room by touching on how the family will celebrate Halloween and the rest of the year.
    • "The Conners" will premiere on ABC Tuesday, October 16 at 8 p.m. Watch the trailer below.

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    Be it in movies or on TV, pop culture has given audiences some truly terrifying serial killers.

    From a young 8-year-old girl who kills in "The Bad Seed" to the most famous fictional cannibal of all time, here are 10 of the most terrifying serial killers from TV and movies.

    Javier Bardem played hit-man Anton Chigurh in "No Country for Old Men."

    In "No Country for Old Men," a film about a welder, a sheriff, and a hit-man all trying to obtain a suitcase filled with $2 million in the Texas desert, Bardem plays the hitman, Anton Chigurh.

    According to a study called "Psychopathy and Cinema: Fact or Fiction?," Anton is the most realistic psychopath of the 400 movies studied. He shows no remorse for any of his actions,  and kills without rhyme or reason.

    "He seems to be effectively invulnerable, and resistant to any form of emotion or humanity," concluded the researchers.



    "Dexter" had no shortage of serial killers, but John Lithgow as Arthur Mitchell/The Trinity Killer has stuck with us almost 10 years later.

    On "Dexter," Dexter Morgan was the titular serial killer who targeted fellow killers. He came across many a terrifying character, but one of the worst was the Trinity Killer. He killed people across the country, with no reason other than that he was compelled to. In some of the scarier moments of the show, he was able to flip from being a loving family man to a cold hearted killer, all spoken in actor John Lithgow's soft voice.

    Even more shockingly, it was later revealed that he was an abusive husband and father — he even had Morgan's convinced of his softer nature, but it was all a sham. And most unforgivably, he killed Morgan's wife Rita, who was completely innocent. 



    Michael Rooker had a breakout performance as Henry in "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer."

    Michael Rooker played the titular Henry in "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer." In the film, Henry seemingly has no feelings or remorse, murdering people at random, and making sure to use different killing methods in order to confuse the police. 

    The movie was also mentioned in the "Psychopathy and the Cinema: Fact or Fiction?" study. Henry, as played by Rooker, had an "inability to plan ahead," as well as a "turbulent personal life and poor family relationships," which researchers said made him a textbook psychopath.

     



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    stranger thingsWith mysterious monsters, a girl with superpowers, and a whole bunch of '80s references, there's so much to love about Netflix's "Stranger Things." And while it's easy to get distracted by all the magic that happens on-screen, we can't forget about the interesting work that goes on behind-the-scenes as well.

    As we patiently wait for thelatest news on the show's third season, we're rounding up some secrets straight from the set that you might not already know.

    Before getting picked up by Netflix, the Duffer brothers' idea was rejected multiple times.

    The estimate is that their pitch was rejected 15 to 20 times, mostly because networks wanted it to be either a kids show or a show about Jim Hopper (David Harbour).



    The show was originally supposed to be based in Montauk.

    It was even called "Montauk"— a nod to a conspiracy theory about a lab that inspired the story — before the show's co-creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, decided to switch the setting to a small, fictional town. They later came up with the name "Stranger Things," in part because it sounded like the Stephen King novel, "Needful Things."

    A list of the show's alternate titles is somewhere out there. ButMatt Duffer told the "Daily Beast"he hopes it's never leaked because "it is so embarrassing."



    They auditioned 906 boys and 307 girls ahead of the first season.

    Rather than have them read the actual scripts, the kids were asked to read scenes from the movie "Stand By Me," according to Entertainment Weekly. Finn Wolfhard, the actor who plays Mike, was sick at the time, so he sent in a recording of himself reciting the lines from his bed.



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    Warning: Some minor spoilers ahead for "Titans."

    DC's "Titans" doesn't feature the fun group of teens fans of the cartoon series know. Instead, this live-action adaptation follows the familiar group of superheroes as (mostly) adults in a gritty and violent world.  

    Robin (Brenton Thwaites) has left Batman's side and ventured out on his own, keeping his identity hidden and serving as Detective Dick Grayson in Detroit. Raven (Teagan Croft), known only as Rachel at the beginning, is living with her mother in Traverse City, Michigan and is unaware of her powers or what causes them. Starfire (Anna Diop) wakes up in Austria with no memories of who she is. And Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) is in Ohio using his ability to transform into creatures to steal video games. 

    Somehow this group of strangers manages to come together, but they aren't a unit right away.  

    Why you should watch: It's DC's first show exclusively for their streaming platform. 

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    DC launched its streaming service, DC Universe, for fans who want access to DC shows, movies, comics, and merchandise. 

    "Titans" is DC's first show exclusively for the platform, which means they are in charge of everything. There are no cable rules to adhere to, so the series can be as explicit and violent as it likes, which results in graphic fight scenes and mature content. The series has been renewed for a second season ahead of the premiere. 

    The series tosses together the familiar crew from the cartoon, minus Cyborg, and they will also meet up with other characters like Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly), as well as the Doom Patrol, which has already been granted its own spin-off for the DC platform. 

    Fans can pay $7.99 a month for access to everything on the site. 

    What's hot: The dynamic between Raven and Robin is strong. 

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    The first three episodes show Raven as the series' main focus. Played by newcomer Teagan Croft, who seriously nails her performance, Raven is the reason the team comes together. She's the daughter of a demon, but that background and her abilities are unknown to her and that mystery terrifies her. It also pushes the series forward. She forms a bond with Robin over their shared experiences and internal struggles, and he becomes a sort of protector for her. 

    The series trailer received a lot of attention for Robin's utterance of "f--- Batman," but after watching the first few episodes, the context makes sense. Robin is alone. He's angry at becoming like his mentor, a ruthless and violent fighter, and is struggling to find his place in a world where he's only recognized as Batman's sidekick. The later introduction of Jason Todd, Robin's replacement, looks to be an incredible relationship to explore. 

    Starfire is also an incredible part of the team. Though she may not have any memories to start, she isn't afraid of fighting for answers or sticking up for people who may need defending. There's one particular diner scene on an early episode where her actions will make viewers scream with glee and wish they could do the same. 

    Though the show is extremely violent and dark, it does have some lighthearted and humorous moments thanks to Beast Boy. Even though he's not in much of the first three episodes, he quickly establishes himself as the lively one in the group. Additionally, the villainous Nuclear Family is perfectly cast.

    What's not: The pacing is a bit slow. 

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    "Titans" is slow. There's no denying that the pacing of the series can kind of feel like a slog. Every one of the team members is separated at the start of the series, and they don't come together for some time. Between their own internal struggles and the prevalent mystery surrounding Raven, there are a lot more questions asked before they are answered.

    It's a completely different series from the cartoon, and if that's the dynamic you're after, then this isn't the show for you. 

    The bottom line: It's not for everyone, but there are thrilling elements. 

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    By focusing much of the series on Raven, the story provides a horror element to the superhero genre. It's slightly spooky and extremely violent but features some much-needed light with some witty one-liners. Teagan Croft brings the character of Raven alive with an impressive performance. 

    Beast Boy's humor is also a necessary and welcome addition to the rampant darkness.

    There are more questions asked than answered early on the series, but hopefully the characters' backgrounds will be explored more as the show progresses. 

    The series won't be for everyone, but if you're a fan of the comics and pay for the streaming service, you should give it a try. 

    "Titans" will be available to stream Friday, October 12, with episodes dropping weekly on Fridays. 

    Grade: C

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    • Debra Messing stars as Grace Adler on "Will & Grace," while David Schwimmer is known for his role as Ross Geller on the hit sitcom "Friends."
    • The two actors will costar as love interests Grace and Noah on the new season of "Will & Grace," which airs on NBC on Thursday, at 9 p.m. ET.
    • "He is a blogger, so he is as far away from Ross Geller as you can possibly get," Debra Messing, who's promoting her partnership with Colgate Optic White, told INSIDER of Schwimmer's character.

    "Friends" star David Schwimmer will appear as a recurring character on the new season of NBC's "Will & Grace," but don't expect him to bear any resemblance to Ross Geller.

    "He is a blogger, so he is as far away from Ross Geller as you can possibly get,"Debra Messing, who's promoting her partnership with Colgate Optic White, told INSIDER.

    Messing stars as Grace Adler on "Will & Grace," which ran from 1998 to 2006 and returned to TV in 2017. Schwimmer — who is known for his role as paleontologist Ross on "Friends," which aired from 1994 to 2004 — joins season two of the "Will & Grace" revival as Messing's new love interest.

    "[Schwimmer] is so amazing, and Noah, the character he's playing, is known as the 'West Side Curmudgeon,'" Messing said.

    The 50-year-old actress went on to say that having Schwimmer work alongside her "is really fun." Despite being a newcomer to a tight-knit cast that includes Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes, Schwimmer easily fit in.

    "It felt very effortless, from my point of view," Messing said. "He had been away from doing sitcoms for, I think, 14 years, so at the very beginning, he had the same reaction that the four of us had last year, where we were like, 'Oh, my God, I can't believe I'm doing this again.'"

    The actress added that, because she and Schwimmer come from similar acting backgrounds, they hit things off.

    "Very quickly — it's like riding a bike, and he and I have a really good chemistry, and we have similar vocabularies because we both started out in the theater," she said. "There's a certain work ethic that comes along with, so I feel like we really were able to trust each other very quickly."

    In addition to Schwimmer, the upcoming season of the sitcom will include guest appearances from Adam Rippon, Jon Cryer, Matt Bomer, Chelsea Handler, and Alec Baldwin.

    Season two of the "Will & Grace" revival (and the 10th season overall) premieres on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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    • Ellen DeGeneres recently opened up to "Today" cohost Savannah Guthrie about her experience with sexual abuse.
    • When asked how she has been affected by Christine Blasey Ford's testimony on Brett Kavanaugh, DeGeneres said she is "furious at people who don't believe it."
    • "What you remember is what happened to you and where you were and how you feel," she said. "I think anybody who has gone through it, right now is watching this so angry."

    Ellen DeGeneres recently opened up to "Today" cohost Savannah Guthrie about her experience with sexual abuse.

    During the interview, which will air in full on Friday, Guthrie asked DeGeneres how she feels "this moment" has impacted her — presumably referring to the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

    "Well as a victim of sexual abuse, I am furious at people who don't believe it — and who say, 'How do you not remember exactly what day it was?'" DeGeneres said. "You know, you don't remember those things. What you remember is what happened to you and where you were and how you feel."

    "I think anybody who has gone through it, right now is watching this so angry because … how dare you not believe us?"

    Skeptics have criticized Ford for not remembering certain details about the night she said the assault took place. Most notably, President Donald Trump mocked the psychology professor during a campaign rally in Mississippi on Tuesday.

    He launched into a mock Q&A from the podium: "How did you get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? I don't remember. Where is the place? I don't remember."

    The audience laughed and applauded as Trump echoed his earlier lamentations about the toll the accusations from Ford and others had taken on Kavanaugh — and what he believes is the new risk "young men in America" face in the #MeToo era.

    Trump has been broadly criticized for mocking Ford. His critics include Democratic and key Republican senators whose votes will be crucial to confirming Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court.

    If you are a victim of sexual assault, you can visit RAINN or call its hotline at 1-800-656-4673 to receive confidential support from a trained staff member.

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    • Netflix's "Daredevil" is back for season three.
    • The first trailer for the Marvel series shows Wilson Fisk (Vincent D'Onofrio) out of prison and threatening Matt (Charlie Cox). 
    • It also pits Matt against a Daredevil impostor. 
    • Season three premieres on Netflix Friday, October 19. 
    • Watch the trailer below.

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    • "Will & Grace" star Debra Messing, who's promoting her partnership with Colgate Optic White, told INSIDER that the show has stood out since its start in September 1998 because of the way it has addressed politics and current events. 
    • "We were provocative and we really pushed boundaries and we said shocking things and we talked about everything that was happening in pop culture and in politics that's in the moment," Messing told us. "If we didn't do that now, then we would not be doing 'Will & Grace.' I feel like it's just part of the DNA."
    • The 50-year-old went on to say that she credits the sitcom's "gifted" writers to successfully balancing important commentary with humor. 

     

    Debra Messing, who plays titular character Grace Adler on "Will & Grace," says that weaving in current events and politics has always been an integral part of the show.

    "I think it's important because in 1998 when we started 20 years ago, the thing that made us stand out was that from the very beginning, we were provocative and we really pushed boundaries and we said shocking things and we talked about everything that was happening in pop culture and in politics that's in the moment," Messing who's promoting her partnership with Colgate Optic White, told INSIDER.

    "If we didn't do that now, then we would not be doing 'Will & Grace,'" she added. "I feel like it's just part of the DNA."

    The original series, which ran on NBC from 1998 to 2006, tackled topics like gay rights, parenthood, and sexuality in the lives of four New York City-based friends. In 2017, "Will & Grace" aired new episodes on NBC as part of their ninth season.

    The return after more than a decade was prompted by a short video that Messing, McCormack (Will Truman), Megan Mullally (Karen Walker), and Sean Hayes (Jack McFarland) reunited to participate in, which encouraged fans to vote during the 2016 presidential election.

    Like previous seasons, the revival continues to push boundaries while maintaining a balance between comedy and important commentary — which Messing credits to the show's writers.

    "They're really, really gifted," Messing told us. "They find that perfect balance of always making sure that the No. 1 priority is to make people laugh, but then to tell stories that are relevant and to make statements about what's happening in our world in a way that is shocking, but in a funny way."

    When the revival returns for its second season (and 10th overall), Grace will find herself running for president of the New York Society of Design and "taking it as seriously as if she was running for president."

    Additionally, Karen (a supporter of President Donald Trump) will have a storyline that involves immigration and the US-Mexico border, according to Variety.

    The new season of "Will & Grace" premieres on Thursday, October 4 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. 

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    • Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" was almost a movie.
    • Creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa wanted to make it into a horror movie with Jason Blum.
    • But Blum ultimately passed on it.

    "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" was almost not a series.

    In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, show creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa revealed that he was trying to get the comic, which he also wrote, made into a movie from the producer of films like "Get Out" and "The Purge." 

    "For a long time I was trying to get 'Sabrina' done as a low-budget horror movie for Jason Blum [of Blumhouse Productions], and even wrote a screenplay with a friend that strangely, though it's very different from the show, it did center on her 16th birthday," Aguirre-Sacasa said. "Ultimately, Jason didn't want to pursue that, and thank goodness because we're getting to do this as a TV show, which feels right."

    Aguirre-Sacasa is also the creator of The CW's "Riverdale," which serves as a companion show to "Sabrina." He also told EW Sabrina almost made her show debut on "Riverdale," but they decided to keep the shows separate for now.

    "There was even a time when we talked about the season one cliffhanger being the arrival of Sabrina," he said. "It felt like if 'Riverdale' is crime and pulp and all that stuff, then 'Sabrina' could be horror. It felt like there was a separation between Greendale and Riverdale — magic should exist in Greendale, but not in Riverdale. That was the thought." 

    Though a crossover isn't happening now, it's not completely off of the table. 

    "Riverdale" executive producer and Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater told TVLine that the two shows could mix at some point. 

    "[I] would love it if they could figure out a way to cross over," he said. "Going forward? You never know. Maybe."

    "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" premieres on Netflix Friday, October 26. 

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    • "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman told fans at New York Comic Con on Thursday that he asked the show to kill off Rick's daughter years ago.
    • During a panel for the comic-book writer, Kirkman said he's been asking for Judith to be killed off since season three.
    • She dies early in the comics after appearing for 10 issues.
    • Kirkman said he's glad AMC didn't listen to him after seeing what the show is doing with her in the upcoming season.

    Judith may be alive and well on AMC's "The Walking Dead," but if creator Robert Kirkman had his way, Rick's daughter would have died long ago on the show.

    "I tried to kill that damn baby that's not even a baby anymore — I have pitched the death of Judith so many times it's not even funny," Kirkman said in response to a fan question at New York Comic Con on Thursday during a panel for the author and comic-book writer.

    Judith meets a grisly death in the comics after 10 issues. During the Governor storyline, Rick's wife, Lori, gets shot in the back while trying to flee the prison while holding her newborn daughter. Lori subsequently falls, crushing and suffocating Judith.

    Similarly, the show originally teased that Judith would meet a similar death on the series on season four, but she was later revealed to be alive. Since then, she has become a beacon of hope for the remaining survivors and a leading inspiration for the better world Rick continues to build.

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    Kirkman admitted during the hour-long Q&A session with fans that he's now glad AMC and those involved with the show didn't listen to him, as it heads into a new season.

    "I will say, when you see season nine, you will be as happy as I am that no one listened to me," Kirkman said, to some laughter from the crowd. "There's some really cool stuff coming up with Judith. Judith's a very fun character. … It's cool having a kid running around [the zombie apocalypse]. We do some interesting stuff with her this season."

    "I was wrong to want to kill her every season from season three on," Kirkman admitted.

    You'll be able to see what Kirkman's talking about in the first few minutes of the new season. AMC released the first few minutes from the season nine opening and Judith is front and center with Rick and Michonne speaking for the first time. You can watch them here.

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    During the panel, Kirkman also briefly addressed Andrew Lincoln leaving the show, although he mentioned he didn't want to discuss the matter much.

    "Don't ask me about Andrew Lincoln's exit. I'm sick of talking about it. It's very heartbreaking to me," said Kirkman at the panel's start. "But it's going to be cool, you guys. Just trust us. I'm going to miss that guy. I'm just kidding. You can ask about it."

    Kirkman went on a few minutes later to refer to Lincoln's departure as a "potential loss of Rick." Currently, it's unclear whether or not the show will kill off the main lead or simply write him out.

    "Those changes, while they do bring it a little bit further from the comic, are not going to limit us from adapting stories from the comic," Kirkman said of the show straying more and more from its source material. "You're still going to get the Whisperers this season, and, let me tell you, it's spectacular."

    The Whisperers are a group of survivors in the comics who blend in with the undead by wearing their skin over their faces. You can read more about the Whisperers here.

    "I'm very excited to get to that stuff, and there's some super creepy, really intense moments coming that are coming directly from the comic, so there's a lot to be excited about," he added.

    Kirkman has said in the past that he plans to kill off Rick at some point in the comics, which he reiterated Thursday at New York Comic Con. Since Rick's still alive and kicking in the comics, maybe we'll see that vision come to life on the screen first.

    "The Walking Dead" will return for its ninth season to AMC on Sunday at 9 p.m.

    You can follow along with our "Walking Dead" coverage all season long here. Sign up for our "Walking Dead" newsletter, which will be sent every Monday morning throughout season nine, here.

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    • Lady Gaga plays struggling, insecure musician Ally in Bradley Cooper's "A Star Is Born."
    • In an interview for CBS' "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," the singer and actress said that Ally was "very different" than she was when starting in her career.
    • "When I was 19-years-old...I knew I had something to say, I wanted to say it...I was dragging my keyboard around New York City banging on everyone's door, I was pretending to be my own manager to get gigs," she said. "I really believed in myself, but my character in this film, she's not that way...she's given up and doesn't believe in herself."
    • "A Star Is Born" is in theaters now. 
    • Watch the interview below.

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    "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" just began its 20th season —  but it's not the only show to have made it to that landmark number.

    Its mother show, "Law and Order," as well as "Gunsmoke," have also made through 20 seasons. However, "SVU" is still on the air, and could easily break the record with a 21st season next year.

    In honor of this achievement, we've ranked television's longest-running dramas, from iconic medical shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "ER," to cop procedurals like "NCIS,""Criminal Minds," and Magnum P.I."

    Keep scrolling to see what shows have graced our screens the longest — from eight seasons all the way to 20.

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    "Schlitz Playhouse of Stars:" "Originally billed as 'Playhouse of the Stars' this long running anthology series was originally presented live from New York City."

    "The Big Story:" "Based on a popular radio series, each show tells a different reporter's Big Story, a true story selected from newspapers across the United States."

    "Wagon Train:" "Stories of the journeys of a wagon train as it leaves post-Civil War Missouri on its way to California through the plains, deserts, and Rocky Mountains."

    "Robert Montgomery Presents:" "Actor, producer, and director Robert Montgomery introduced each telecast, sometimes interviewing one of the stars, and sometimes appearing in the play."

    "Dragnet" "The equally-straight-laced and 'by the book' nephew of Joe Friday must work with his more laid-back partner to solve a mystery."

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    "Simon & Simon:" "Two brothers of disparate tastes and manners run a private detective agency."

    "Rawhide:" "Gil Favor is trail boss of a continuous cattle drive. He is assisted by Rowdy Yates. The crew runs into characters and adventures along the way."

    "Walker, Texas Ranger:" "Walker and his partner Trivette are Texas Rangers. They make it their business to battle crime in Dallas and all around the Great State of Texas."

    "Ironside:" "Wheelchair-bound detective Robert T. Ironside battles the bad guys on the streets of San Francisco."

    "Mannix:" "Mannix worked originally for Wickersham at Intertect and then struck out on his own, assisted by Peggy Fair (whose cop-husband had been killed) and police department contact Tobias."

    "Ford Theatre:" "The show started in New York with Broadway actors. It then moved to Hollywood where Hollywood actors headed the cast."

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    "Mama:" "This well-received series was a comedy-drama about an immigrant family living in 1910s San Francisco."

    "24:" "Jack Bauer, Director of Field Ops for the Counter-Terrorist Unit of Los Angeles, races against the clock to subvert terrorist plots and save his nation from ultimate disaster."

    "Desperate Housewives:" "Secrets and truths unfold through the lives of female friends in one suburban neighborhood, after the mysterious suicide of a neighbor."

    "Barnaby Jones:" "The exploits of milk-swilling, geriatric private eye Barnaby Jones."

    "Diagnosis: Murder:" "Dr. Mark Sloan has a knack for getting into trouble, negotiating the twists and turns of mysteries and solving crimes with the help of his son, Steve, a homicide detective."

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    "The Practice:" "We follow the exploits and cases of defense attorneys of a Boston law firm. Bobby Donnell is the senior defense attorney and founder of the firm."

    "Charmed:" "Three sisters discover their destiny, to battle against the forces of evil, using their witchcraft. They are the Charmed Ones."

    "House:" "An antisocial maverick doctor who specializes in diagnostic medicine does whatever it takes to solve puzzling cases that come his way using his crack team of doctors and his wits."

    "Castle:" "After a serial killer imitates the plots of his novels, successful mystery novelist Richard 'Rick' Castle receives permission from the Mayor of New York City to tag along with an NYPD homicide investigation team for research purposes."

    "LA Law:" "The lives and work of the staff of a major Los Angeles law firm."

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    "The Vampire Diaries:" "The lives, loves, dangers, and disasters in the town, Mystic Falls, Virginia. Creatures of unspeakable horror lurk beneath this town as a teenage girl is suddenly torn between two vampire brothers."

    "The Loretta Young Show:" "A drama anthology series hosted by actress Loretta Young. In addition to hosting the series, she played the lead in various episodes."

    "Magnum, P.I.:" "The adventures of a Hawaii based private investigator."

    "Quincy, M.E.:" "The cases of a coroner who investigates suspicious deaths that usually suggest murder."

    "Suits:" "On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers."

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    "Perry Mason:" "The cases of a master criminal defense attorney, handling the most difficult of cases in the aid of the innocent."

    "The Virginian:" "The Shiloh Ranch in Wyoming Territory of the 1890s is owned in sequence by Judge Garth, the Grainger brothers, and Colonel MacKenzie. It is the setting for a variety of stories, many more based on character and relationships than the usual western."

    "The FBI:" "The cases of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation."

    "Falcon Crest:" "Set in the vineyards of California, this prime-time soap opera featured the conflict within the powerful Gioberti family, owners of the vast Falcon Crest Winery."

    "Dynasty:" "The trials and tribulations of two feuding families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, both oil rich families in Denver, Colorado."

    "Touched by an Angel:" "Monica, Tess, and Andrew are a trio of angels sent to Earth to tell depressed and troubled people that God loves them and hasn't forgotten them."

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    "The Waltons:" "The life and trials of a 1930s and 1940s Virginia mountain family through financial depression and World War II."

    "Little House on the Prairie:" "The life and adventures of the Ingalls family in the nineteenth century American Midwest."

    "CSI: NY:" "CSI head Detective Mac Taylor and his team solve crimes in New York City."

    "Matlock:" "Ben Matlock is a very expensive criminal defense attorney, who charges one hundred thousand dollars to take a case. Fortunately, he's worth every penny, as he and his associates defend his clients by finding the real killer."

    "One Tree Hill:" "Half-brothers Lucas and Nathan Scott trade between kinship and rivalry both on the basketball court and in the hearts of their friends in the small, but not so quiet town of Tree Hill, North Carolina."

    "Hawaii Five-0:" "Steve McGarrett returns home to Oahu, in order to find his father's killer. The Governor offers him the chance to run his own task force (Five-0)."

    "Blue Bloods:" "Revolves around a family of New York cops."

    10 seasons

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    "General Electric Theater:" "An American anthology series, with a new episode and different actors and actresses each week. Hosted by Ronald Reagan, the series was sponsored by General Electric's Department of Public Relations."

    "Beverly Hills, 90210:" "A group of friends living in Beverly Hills, California make their way through life from their school days into adulthood."

    "The United States Steel Hour:" "In this live drama series, over two hundred live plays, covering all aspects of society, were shown."

    "CSI: Miami:" "The cases of the Miami-Dade, Florida police department's Crime Scene Investigations unit."

    "JAG:" "The cases of Harmon Rabb, former Navy fighter pilot, and his fellow lawyers of the U.S. Navy's Judge Advocate General's office."

    "Smallville:" "A young Clark Kent struggles to find his place in the world as he learns to harness his alien powers for good and deals with the typical troubles of teenage life in Smallville, Kansas."

     "NCIS: Los Angeles:" "The Naval Criminal Investigation Service's Office of Special Projects takes on the undercover work and the hard to crack cases in LA. Key agents are G. Callen and Sam Hanna, streets kids risen through the ranks."

    11 seasons

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    "Kraft Television Theatre:" "A well-received anthology series presenting live television dramas."

    "M*A*S*H:" "The staff of an Army hospital in the Korean War find that laughter is the best way to deal with their situation."

    "7th Heaven:" "Eric Camden, a minister, and his wife Annie deal with the drama of having seven children, ranging from toddlers to adults with families of their own."

    "The X-Files:" "Two FBI Agents, Fox Mulder the believer and Dana Scully the skeptic, investigate the strange and unexplained, while hidden forces work to impede their efforts."

    12 seasons

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    "Hawaii Five-O:" "The investigations of Hawaii Five-O, an elite branch of the Hawaii State Police answerable only to the governor and headed by stalwart Steve McGarrett."

    "Murder, She Wrote:" "Professional writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher uses her intellect, charm, and persistence to get to the bottom of every crime she encounters."

    "NYPD Blue:" "Detectives from NYPD's 15th squad investigate homicides within their precinct."

    "Bones:" "Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan and cocky FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth build a team to investigate murders. Quite often, there isn't more to examine than rotten flesh or mere bones."

    14 seasons

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    "Bonanza:" "The adventures of Ben Cartwright and his sons as they run and defend their ranch while helping the surrounding community."

    "Armstrong Circle Theatre:" "Documentary dramas, plays that were based on true stories, were the forte of Armstrong Circle Theatre.. Many movie actors and actresses got their start here."

    "Dallas:" "J.R. Ewing, a Texas oil baron, uses manipulation and blackmail to achieve his ambitions, both business and personal. He often comes into conflict with his brother Bobby, his arch-enemy Cliff Barnes and his long-suffering wife Sue Ellen."

    "Knots Landing:" "The residents of Knots Landing, a coastal suburb of Los Angeles, deal with various issues such as infidelity, health scares, rape, murder, kidnapping, assassinations, drug smuggling, corporate intrigue, and criminal investigations."

    "Criminal Minds:" "The cases of the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), an elite group of profilers who analyze the nation's most dangerous serial killers and individual heinous crimes in an effort to anticipate their next moves before they strike again."

    "Supernatural:" "Two brothers follow their father's footsteps as 'hunters,' fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds, including monsters, demons, and gods that roam the earth."

    15 seasons

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    "CSI:" "An elite team of police forensic evidence investigation experts work their cases in Las Vegas."

    "ER:" "The lives, loves, and losses of the doctors and nurses of Chicago's County General Hospital."

    "Grey's Anatomy:" "A drama centered on the personal and professional lives of five surgical interns and their supervisors."

    16 seasons

    NCIS

    "NCIS:" "The cases of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service's Washington, D.C. Major Case Response Team, led by Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs."

    18 seasons

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    "Lassie:" "The ongoing saga of the Martin family and their beloved collie, Lassie."

    20 seasons

    Law & Order

    "SVU:" "The Special Victims Unit, a specially trained squad of detectives in the NYPD, investigate sexually related crimes."

    "Gunsmoke:" "Marshal Matt Dillon keeps the peace in rough and tumble Dodge City."

    "Law & Order:" "Follows a crime, usually adapted from current headlines, from two separate vantage points, the police investigation and the prosecution in court."

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    • Andrew Lincoln confirmed in July he's leaving AMC's "The Walking Dead" during the show's upcoming season nine.
    • At a New York Comic Con panel, comic creator Robert Kirkman acknowledged he plans to kill Rick off in the comics, something he has alluded to multiple times in the past. 
    • When a fan asked if Lincoln's departure may affect the comic in any way, where Rick is still alive, Kirkman paused before answering.
    • "Yeah, it's possible that there will be some differences there between the comic and the show," he said.

    "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman took questions from fans for about an hour Thursday afternoon at New York Comic Con and there was one fan who left him choosing his words carefully about the future of Rick Grimes on both the show and in the comic. 

    "You already said previously that you know you want Rick to die in the comics," a fan said to Kirkman. "Do you have a plan in your mind of what's going to happen to Rick in the comics? And does what happened in the TV show affect that?"

    Kirkman took a long moment before deciding how to answer the question. Actor Andrew Lincoln confirmed in July at San Diego Comic-Con season nine will be his last as Sheriff Grimes

    "This is tricky to navigate," Kirkman started. "I know exactly how Rick Grimes dies in the comic book. And ... yeah, it's possible that there will be some differences there between the comic and the show."

    "One of those is the death in the comic, could happen next issue... could happen 10 years from now," Kirkman said to laughter from the crowd. "I don't know. I could change my mind."

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    Kirkman started to say something else about "a few differences" between the show and the comic, but he quickly added that he couldn't say anything else. 

    Does that mean Rick will die on the show? Not necessarily. 

    We currently don't know whether or not Rick will be killed off the show or if his story will be left more or less open-ended.

    Another fan asked Kirkman if the departure of both Rick and his son Carl (Chandler Riggs) from the show has made him have to rethink the ending of the TV show at all, something which Kirkman has said he knows.

    "Well, answering that in a definitive way, might spoil what I have planned for the ending, so I'm going to say no. But it's a deep bench on 'The Walking Dead,' and I know we're all very upset over the loss of Carl and equally upset over the potential — who knows what's going to happen — loss of Rick, and we're aware of that. But we all still love Michonne. We all still love Carol. We all still love all those other characters, I'm not going to list them all."

    "There's a lot of really great stuff coming and those changes, while they do bring it a little bit further from the comic, are not going to limit us from adapting stories from the comic," Kirkman added.

    At the start of Thursday's panel, the comic-book writer said if you've ever tuned in for any part of Rick's journey on the show, then you will probably want to tune in for Rick's final episodes this fall.

    "It's going to be cool, you guys. Just trust us. I'm going to miss that guy," he said while addressing Lincoln's departure.

    "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC Sunday at 9 p.m.

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    • We've rounded up the longest-running comedies on TV, from "Will and Grace" to "South Park."
    • Surprisingly, animated shows took the top three spots.
    • The longest-running live action comedy is tied for fourth. "The Jack Benny Program" aired for 15 seasons.


    What makes a TV comedy successful is hard to pinpoint — comedy is a fickle thing. A show needs great writing, a hilarious cast, and a special x-factor in order to make people laugh. Sustaining all this over multiple seasons can be difficult.

    These shows all defied the odds and stayed on air for at least 10 years. From "The Simpsons," going on its 30th season, to "Will and Grace" which came back for its ninth and 10th season 11 years after it originally ended, we've ranked TV comedies by how long they stuck around.

    10 seasons

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    "Friends:" "Follows the personal and professional lives of six twenty to thirty-something-year-old friends living in Manhattan."

    "Will and Grace:" "Will and Grace live together in an apartment in New York City. He's a gay lawyer, she's a straight interior designer. Their best friends are Jack, a gleeful but proud gay man, and Karen, a charismatic, filthy rich, amoral socialite."

    "Roseanne:" "'Roseanne' is the story of a working-class family struggling with life's essential problems — marriage, children, money, and parents-in-law."

    "Modern Family:" "Three different, but related families face trials and tribulations in their own uniquely comedic ways."

    11 seasons 

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    "Cheers:" "The regulars of the Boston bar Cheers share their experiences and lives with each other while drinking or working at the bar where everybody knows your name."

    "Frasier:" "Dr. Frasier Crane moves back to his hometown of Seattle, where he lives with his father, and works as a radio psychiatrist."

    "The Danny Thomas Hour:" "Thomas starred in the musical-variety and comedy episodes (many drawn from his earlier 'Make Room for Daddy') and hosted the more dramatic offerings."

    "Married...With Children:" "Al Bundy is a misanthropic women's shoe salesman with a miserable life. He hates his job, his wife is lazy, his son is dysfunctional (especially with women), and his daughter is dim-witted and promiscuous."

    "The Jeffersons:" "A nouveau riche, African-American family who move into a luxury apartment building develop close, if occasionally fractious, relationships with other tenants."

    "Happy Days:" "The Cunningham family live through the 1950s with help and guidance from the lovable and almost superhuman greaser, Fonzie."

    "Murphy Brown:" "The personal and professional misadventures of a woman working as a TV journalist."

    12 seasons

    Two and a half men

    "Two and a Half Men:" "A hedonistic jingle writer's free-wheeling life comes to an abrupt halt when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move into his beach-front house."

    "The Big Bang Theory:" "A woman who moves into an apartment across the hall from two brilliant but socially awkward physicists shows them how little they know about life outside of the laboratory."

    13 seasons 

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    "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia:" "Five friends with big egos and slightly arrogant attitudes are the proprietors of an Irish bar in Philadelphia."

    14 seasons 

    king of the hill

    "The Adventures of Ozzie and Hamlet:" "Ozzie and Harriet Nelson raise their two sons Ricky and David. As the sons age, they experience teenage dating problems, marriage and careers."

    "King of the Hill:" "A straight laced propane salesman in Arlen, Texas, tries to deal with the wacky antics of his family and friends, while also trying to keep his son in line."

    "My Three Sons:" "Widower Steve Douglas raises three sons with the help of his father-in-law, and is later aided by the boys' great-uncle. An adopted son, a stepdaughter, wives, and another generation of sons join the loving family in later seasons."

    15 seasons 

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    "The Jack Benny Program:" "The comic misadventures of the 'skinflint' comedian and his friends."

    "American Dad!:" "The random escapades of Stan Smith, a conservative CIA Agent dealing with family life, and keeping America safe, all in the most absurd way possible."

    17 seasons

    family guy

    "Family Guy:" "In a wacky Rhode Island town, a dysfunctional family strive to cope with everyday life as they are thrown from one crazy scenario to another."

    22 seasons

    south park

    "South Park:""Follows the misadventures of four irreverent grade-schoolers in the quiet, dysfunctional town of South Park, Colorado."

    30 seasons

    simpsons

    "The Simpsons:" "The satiric adventures of a working-class family in the misfit city of Springfield."

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    Whenever I'm stuck in a train, plane, transit center, or residence that's not my own, the idea of being alone with my own thoughts terrifies me like no other and drives me to come up with creative ways to keep my mind constantly occupied and stimulated. Okay, I'm exaggerating, but the fear of being bored during the long stretches of waiting that come with traveling is all too real and common. 

    Luckily, I never have to miss a beat and I can stay up-to-date on all the entertainment I normally enjoy by packing a few key products and services with me. I have specific favorites that fit my budget and preferences, but not everyone will share those. As a result, I've offered general ways you can stay entertained wherever you go, and all the relevant Insider Picks guides and reviews that will help you narrow down your choice. 

    You won't regret bringing any of these 5 entertainment solutions with you the next time you travel. 

    A tablet

    The entertainment possibilities feel endless with a tablet, the ideal platform to host your games, streaming apps, and books. We're partial to the iPad because of its sharp resolution, powerful processor, and Apple Pencil support, but the market is ripe with different models from Apple, Samsung, and Amazon. 



    An e-reader or reading app

    While many of us are paperback purists at heart, carrying more than a few book copies is heavy, bulky, and impractical. An e-book reader is the light, convenient solution and you'll find yourself reading more books than ever when you own one. Buying an e-reader is an investment, but it quickly pays for itself as e-books are cheaper than physical books. If screen size doesn't bother you, you can also download a reading app to access books on your phone. 



    A portable projector

    A tiny projector that fits in your bag, backpack, or even the palm of your hand can be very useful when you want to entertain groups of people on the go. Anywhere with a wall or where you can set up a screen becomes a mini home theater to watch movies, stream live events, or play video games. 



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    • Three characters killed off of "The Walking Dead" during previous seasons will return to the show on season nine.
    • New showrunner Angela Kang made the announcement Saturday evening during the show's annual panel at New York Comic Con. 
    • Jon Bernthal, Scott Wilson, and Sonequa Martin-Green will reprise their roles as Shane, Hershel, and Sasha.
    • Kang did not explain how the three will return on the show. 

    "The Walking Dead" showrunner Angela Kang confirmed several familiar faces will return to "The Walking Dead" on season nine. 

    "There's some rumors going around," said Kang Saturday night at New York Comic Con's panel for the AMC series. "We want to confirm that Jon Bernthal, who played Shane, he will come back this season. We also have the wonderful Scott Wilson as Hershel, and our wonderful Sonequa Martin-Green [as Sasha]."

    Back in June, Bernthal was spotted on set of "The Walking Dead,"spurring reports he was returning for Andrew Lincoln's departure this season

    Bernthal, Wilson, and Martin-Green were all killed off the zombie drama during different seasons of the show. Lincoln's character, Rick Grimes, actually killed his best friend Shane during season two. 

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    Kang didn't offer how the three will return, but "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman had a fun suggestion. 

    "Ghosts!" he yelled to laughter from the crowd.

    It will be a bittersweet reunion. 

    Shortly after Kang confirmed the actors' appearances on season nine, it was announced Wilson has died at age 76.

    The official "Walking Dead" social account confirmed the news.

    Comicbook.com first reported Wilson's death

    "Scott will always be remembered as a great actor and we all feel fortunate to have known him as an even better person," AMC said in a statement to INSIDER. "The character he embodied on 'The Walking Dead,' Hershel, lived at the emotional core of the show. Like Scott in our lives, Hershel was a character whose actions continue to inform our characters' choices to this day. Our hearts go out to his wife, family, friends and to the millions of fans who loved him. Scott will be missed."

    "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC Sunday at 9 p.m. If you are an AMC Premiere subscriber, you can watch it right now.

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    • Actor Scott Wilson has died at 76. 
    • Wilson was known for playing fan-favorite father Hershel on "The Walking Dead" and for his role in "In Cold Blood."
    • The official comic-book social media account for "TWD" confirmed Wilson's death.
    • According to TMZ, the actor died due to complications from leukemia.
    • "Scott will always be remembered as a great actor and we all feel fortunate to have known him as an even better person," AMC said in a statement to INSIDER.

    "The Walking Dead" actor Scott Wilson has died at the age of 76. 

    The official social media account for the comic confirmed the news Saturday evening.

    "We are deeply saddened to report that Scott Wilson, the incredible actor who played Hershel on #TheWalkingDead, has passed away at the age of 76," the statement read. "Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Rest in paradise, Scott. We love you!"

    TMZ reports Wilson died due to complications from leukemia.

    "Scott will always be remembered as a great actor and we all feel fortunate to have known him as an even better person," AMC said in a statement to INSIDER. "The character he embodied on 'The Walking Dead,' Hershel, lived at the emotional core of the show. Like Scott in our lives, Hershel was a character whose actions continue to inform our characters’ choices to this day. Our hearts go out to his wife, family, friends and to the millions of fans who loved him. Scott will be missed."

    About an hour earlier, "The Walking Dead" showrunner Angela Kang announced Wilson along with two other former cast members will return to the series for its ninth season.

    Wilson's character, Hershel Green, was killed off the show on its fourth season in one of the series' most shocking moments. Green was a father figure to the survivors and source of wisdom for Rick as he navigated how to lead the group.

    Cast mates, friends, and fans started sharing fond memories they have with the actor.

    Many fans learned the news of Wilson's death as they were leaving the show's Comic Con panel Sunday night. AMC had just surprised the crowd by showing the season nine premiere.

    The first full half of season nine completed filming. Executive producer Greg Nicotero recently told INSIDER he was working on the second half of season nine.

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wilson completed filming his scenes for the new season.

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    Wilson also recently appeared on Netflix's sci-fi series, "The OA." A second season of the show started production in January

    "The Walking Dead" will return to AMC Sunday at 9 p.m. 

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    • Norman Reedus said he was among the first to know his friend Andrew Lincoln was leaving "The Walking Dead" on season nine. 
    • It hasn't been easy since Lincoln left.
    • Reedus recalled how his friend used to eat lunch in his trailer every day. The first day Lincoln wasn't on set, Reedus "just kind of sat there."
    • The actor holds onto some things Lincoln left behind in his trailer including a used mug covered with some blood that he won't let anyone wash.

    Andrew Lincoln is leaving "The Walking Dead" during season nine and at New York Comic Con Norman Reedus told fans the two originally made a deal to leave the show together several seasons back. 

    "Oh man, that was hard. I think I kind of knew before a lot of people knew," Reedus said during the show's Saturday panel in response to a fan question about when the cast learned Lincoln was leaving. "We kind of had a pact at one point that we weren't going to leave [the show] without each other."

    In July, Reedus told EW Radio the two made this pact around season three or four.

    Reedus told fans it's been a little difficult getting used to being on set without his friend and prank war companion

    "I understood him leaving, but, I don't know, the first day he was gone... he used to come to my trailer and eat lunch every day," said Reedus. "The day after he left, I went to my trailer and just kind of sat there. I didn't know what to do."

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    Reedus has some mementos of his former castmate that he's holding onto.

    "The last day he was in there, he was covered in blood and he sat on one of my chairs," Reedus said to laughter from the crowd. "I still won't let anyone clean the chair."

    Reedus noted that it's a little disgusting. 

    "He also has a coffee mug that Andy drank out of that has blood on the outside of it and he won't let anyone wash that either," added Melissa McBride, who plays Carol on the show.

    "That's also disgusting," said Reedus. 

    Daryl's (Reedus) relationship with Rick (Lincoln) on the show started off a bit rocky, but after several seasons the two came to refer to each other as brothers. During the NYCC panel, AMC screened fans' favorite scene of Rick Grimes and it was a moment from the season four finale when Rick first refers to Daryl as his brother.

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    You'll be able to see more of their relationship, which is a little bumpy again, when season nine returns. 

    "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC Sunday at 9 p.m.

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    Meghan Markle BeigeBefore she became Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was a legal mastermind on the USA drama "Suits." For seven seasons, Rachel Zane was an all-star paralegal, law student, friend and companion to protagonist Mike Ross.

    Classic and comfortable mixed with tailored and trendy, Zane frequently rocked business professional ensembles. 

    She may have bid adieu to her television days, but the Duchess of Sussex left audiences with plenty of memorable looks to swoon over.

    Here are 10 of Meghan Markle's best looks from "Suits."

    An all-white ensemble was always on-brand for Rachel Zane.

    Eclipsing her signature look in an all-white outfit, Markle epitomizes class and sophistication at her workplace. 



    Pale pink ruffles bring subtle femininity to corporate couture.

    Usually reserved for more festive occasions, this statement ruffled blouse worn by Markle was the perfect top to bring some personality to a pencil skirt.



    Nothing says you're ready to negotiate quite like a tailored nude sheath.

    One thing that made Rachel Zane a likable and relatable character was her negotiating tactics. From advocating for her admission into Columbia Law to her appeal for tougher cases, she always came prepared with enough logic to prove her point. Also, it doesn't hurt that she dressed for the role she aspired to have.



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