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Once a week is not enough for Samantha Bee's 'Full Frontal'

If Samantha Bee’s game plan for “Full Frontal,” her new TBS late-night talk show that debuted Monday night, was to leave the audience wanting more, she certainly succeeded.

One minute she was there, taking down presidential candidates like Calamity Jane at a Frontierland shooting gallery, and then she was gone, trailing laughter in her wake but also an odd feeling of disorientation.

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Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' on Fox


NCIS An unconventional investigation ensues after a deep-sea diver is murdered on the job, which means his corpse — and all of the suspects — must remain together in a high-tech decompression chamber for four days. 8 p.m. CBS

Finding Your Roots Military service is the theme of this new episode featuring Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Julianne Moore and Patricia Arquette. 8 p.m.

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Samantha Bee has the solution for Hollywood's diversity problem: 'Just hire people'

Samantha Bee brings her satirical late-night show "Full Frontal" to TBS starting Monday night. The comedian, who spoke to The Times for this week's Sunday Conversation, spent 12 years at "The Daily Show" and was for a time its only female correspondent.

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Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan to retire

In a turn that was dismaying, if not surprising, former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan announced his retirement from professional wrestling Monday with a single tweet.

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Syfy renews 'The Magicians' for a second season

It would appear that Syfy believes in the power of magic, as the network announced Monday that it is renewing Sera Gamble and John McNamara's "The Magicians" for a 13-episode second season.

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BET and the American Black Film Festival to produce the 2016 ABFF Awards

BET Networks and the American Black Film Festival are partnering up to produce the 2016 ABFF Awards: A Celebration of Hollywood, the network announced Monday.

“It’s clear that there’s a need for this show,” said Stephen Hill, president of programming at BET Networks, before speaking to how excited BET is to partner with ABFF.

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