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Spanish-language station wins big at the 69th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards

Spanish-language broadcaster KVEA took home top honors for morning and afternoon newscasts Saturday night at the 69th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The ceremony, which took place at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, saw a series of big wins for KVEA, which is owned and operated by Telemundo.

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Overrated/Underrated: Your new favorite 'Game of Thrones' villain has arrived


Pilou Asbæk on “Game of Thrones”: With its reputation for loathsome villains well established, “Game of Thrones” is embracing a touch of camp this season with the help of this Danish actor, who portrays the conniving, frequently water-logged Euron Greyjoy. Best known in the U.S.

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Issa Rae is still young, gifted and complicated in HBO's 'Insecure'

“Insecure” continues to live up to its title in its second season, in which the newly single Issa Dee (played by co-creator and executive producer Issa Rae) is subjected to the ultimate litmus test of self-confidence – the dating scene.

The fictional Issa cheated on her longtime boyfriend Lawrence (Jay Ellis) last season; he moved out, and she’s trying to get him back.

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Saturday's TV Highlights and weekend talk shows: 'Hacksaw Ridge' and more


Doubt The canceled legal drama starring Katherine Heigl burns off two more previously unaired episodes. 8 and 9 p.m. CBS

Cold Justice Former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her team of investigators are back for another season of this true-crime series. 8 p.m.

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So long, Spicey: Why Sean Spicer's brief but vivid career as White House press secretary was great TV

Goodbye, Spicey. You were the best morning show on TV.

Though it’s only been six months since you were appointed White House press secretary by President Trump, you’ve cemented yourself as one of the most unforgettable figures ever to grace the briefing podium … or to hide “among” the bushes just outside the Oval Office.

Even Trump refrained from dissing you on the way out.

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TV This Week, July 23-29: '50 Years of Hitchcock' and more


A new installment of “The Nineties” revisits such decade-defining events as the 1992 L.A. riots and the O.J. Simpson murder trial. 6 p.m. CNN

Discovery Channel launches its annual “Shark Week” with the special “Great White Serial Killer,” then immediately proceeds to jump said shark with “Phelps vs. Shark,” in which Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps races against one of the fearsome ocean predators.

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