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Barbra Streisand opens the annual PaleyFest on a high note

When she was a newly independent teen living in a tiny New York apartment, Barbra Streisand never made her bed.

Determined to pursue her dream as a Broadway actress, she regarded her unkempt covers and thought, “I have to make it.”

Make it in her career, that is. How else would she get enough money to pay someone else to tidy up?

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Alan Cumming's killer 'Instinct' strikes again as he ushers in a new CBS drama

In the new CBS crime procedural “Instinct,” Alan Cumming plays Dr. Dylan Reinhart, a former CIA operative and musical savant turned Ivy League professor and bestselling criminal psychopathology expert who rides a motorcycle, wears natty Savile Row suits and eats pizza with a fork and knife.

And, oh yeah, he’s married to a man.

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Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk shows: 'The Beguiled' on HBO and more


Christiane Amanpour: Sex & Love Around the World The veteran journalist travels to Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, exploring the topics of romance and sexual satisfaction, in this new six-part series. First stop: Tokyo. 7 and 10 p.m.

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TV This Week, March 18-24: 'Instinct,' 'Atomic Blonde' and more


The “2018 NCAA Basketball Tournament” continues throughout the week. Various times and channels

The Steve Harvey-hosted kids talent showcase “Little Big Shots” is back with new episodes. 7 and 8 p.m. NBC

“The Good Wife’s” Alan Cumming plays a former CIA agent turned college professor turned police consultant in the new procedural drama “Instinct.”

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Overrated/Underrated: A scene-stealer in 'Looming Tower,' and does Pearl Jam still need to make new music?


Bill Camp in “The Looming Tower”: As entertainment, there are more relaxing shows than this Hulu drama about the organizational rivalries and breakdowns that failed to avert the 9/11 attacks.

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Janet McTeer says her ‘Jessica Jones’ role is an exciting departure, but theater still her first love

Janet McTeer has spent the last three decades with one foot in the screen and the other on the stage. Raised in the north of England, the Tony Award-winner first impressed American moviegoers with her Oscar-nominated turn as a free-spirited single mom in the 1999 film "Tumbleweeds."

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