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'Stranger Things' has big plans for a second season, if Netflix gives it the green light

“Stranger Things,” the nostalgia-spinning Netflix series that won the hearts and Twitter accounts of many, could be back for another season. And the creators, the Duffer brothers, already have a plan for what’s next should Netflix give them the green light. 

The 2016 Television Critics Assn.

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'Gilmore Girls' reboot will be home in time for Thanksgiving

It’s the jolt of news that has “Gilmore Girls” fans more wired than if they had just sipped coffee from Luke’s Diner: a premiere date for the revival has at long last been announced. 

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will premiere globally on Netflix  on Nov. 25 — making the four 90-minute chapters available to binge in the U.S. just in time for Thanksgiving break.

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Meryl Streep, Lena Dunham and the DNC celebrity factor on a night Bill Clinton is the biggest star
'Riverdale' cast on turning 'Archie's' high school sweeties into a foggy, noir series

“Archie,” the 77-year-old comic whose overriding plot line hinged on which milkshake-sipping Riverdale teen (Veronica or Betty) the titular character would take to prom, is being updated as a noir live-action series.

Call it “Darchie,” jokes Cole Sprouse, who plays series narrator, budding journalist and hometown sleuth Jughead Jones.

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Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Ripper Street' on BBC America


Beauty and the Beast The complications of married life plague Cat and Vincent (Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan) as they evade beast hunters and other pursuers. Nina Lisandrello, Austin Basis and Nicole Gale Anderson also star. 9 p.m. KTLA

Greatest Hits This new episode features songs from 2000 to 2005 and performances by Lee Ann Womack, Little Big Town, Fifth Harmony and Kelsea Ballerini. 9 p.m.

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'The Late Show's' Stephen Colbert tries (and tries and tries) to storm the stage at the DNC

It’s just like the old saying goes: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again — and maybe get Nancy Pelosi involved.

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