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Saturday's TV Highlights and weekend talk: 'Mary Poppins' on ABC

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Caribbean Pirate Gold This new series takes viewers along on a treasure hunt for 18th century buccaneer Calico Jack’s missing booty, imagined to be worth $250 million (if it exists). Noon Travel

30 for 30 This new episode tells the story behind the infamous 1988 “Catholics vs. Convicts” college football game between Notre Dame and the University of Miami. 6 p.m. ESPN and 9:30 p.m.

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How 'Westworld' has uncomfortably reflected our world

“What just happened?”

The query was raised via an on-screen prompt following the confusing Season 1 finale of HBO’s “Westworld.” Perplexed viewers were then directed to a website where they could get some answers.  

But that question has also been ruminating in our collective consciousness since Nov.

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'The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses' is bloody, muddy, loud and grand

Shakespeare is the guy, your one-stop author for every sort of person and condition and situation — everything you need to comprehend the strange, messy richness of human life is encompassed within his collected works. Four centuries on, we’re still stealing from and staging him.

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TV This Week, Dec. 11-17: Netflix's Obama bio-drama 'Barry' and more

 

SUNDAY

Watch out for that ottoman! The new special “The Dick Van Dyke Show – Now in Living Color!” presents two episodes of the classic 1960s sitcom, colorized for your viewing pleasure. With Mary Tyler Moore. 8 p.m. CBS

Let it go? Unlikely. The broadcast premiere of Disney’s “Frozen” is followed by “The Making of Frozen: A Return to Arendelle.” 8 and 10 p.m.

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Get your first look at 'War for the Planet of the Apes' and the 'Doctor Who' Christmas special

It’s a very happy Friday for people looking to distract themselves from the slow march toward the end of the year, as the Internet is abuzz with new trailers for television and film projects alike. 

In addition to the trailer for “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” fans also got first looks at both the next film in the rebooted “Planet of the Apes” series, “War for the Planet of the Apes,” as well as a sneak

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Is Trump the new 'Colbert'?

When “The Colbert Report” ended so its star could move to “The Late Show,” many wondered what could ever replace it.

Now we have our answer: the presidency.

In one of the most meta media moves in history, Donald Trump has become the new “Stephen Colbert.”

He even has a “Trump bump.”

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