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From left:  Indya Moore, Ryan Jamaal Swain, and Mj Rodriguez in "Pose."

Remarkable ‘Pose’ is poised for final season

The FX series will conclude with the third season, due on May 2.

Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson in "Law and Order: SVU."

Mariska Hargitay’s staying power continues to drive ‘SVU’

She’s perfect as Benson, who is compassionate but no-nonsense, and smart but emotionally available. She’s one of TV’s best leading women in terms of network shows.

Jeffrey Tambor, Penny Johnson Jerald, and Gary Shandling in "The Larry Sanders Show."

Look behind the scenes for some great TV shows

Shows that upend the entertainment business, from “The Dick Van Dyke Show” to “30 Rock” to “The Larry Sanders Show,” make up one of TV’s richest genres.

Ernest Hemingway's passport from the 1920s, from the Hemingway archives at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

Ernest Hemingway’s vast archives reside in Boston. How’d that happen?

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum contains a trove of treasures — 11,000 photos, manuscripts, letters, bullfight tickets, even good-luck charms.

A stage adaptation of "Game of Thrones" will feature some of the show's characters as younger versions of themselves, including Jaime Lannister, played in the HBO series by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

This week’s TV: ‘Hemingway’ arrives, ‘Shameless’ leaves, and ‘Game of Thrones’ heads to the stage

Globe critic Matthew Gilbert navigates the week in TV.

First-time host Daniel Kaluuya on "Saturday Night Live."

Daniel Kaluuya highlights racism in Boston during ‘SNL’ debut

Oscar-nominated actor Daniel Kaluuya hosted “Saturday Night Live” for the first time this weekend. And during his opening monologue, he highlighted some of the differences between British and American racism — including making a reference to Boston.

Pete Davidson as Representative Matt Gaetz on "Saturday Night Live."

‘SNL’ takes aim at Matt Gaetz amid reported sex trafficking investigation

In both the opening sketch of “Saturday Night Live” — which featured the return of a talk show hosted by Britney Spears — and the long-running “Weekend Update” segment, the show mocked Gaetz for the various allegations made against him.

From left: Brennan Hepler (whose stage name is Beane), Grace Kinstler, and Colin Jamieson have made the Top 24 on "American Idol."

3 singers with Boston ties advance to ‘American Idol’ all-star duets

Locals will sing April 4 and 5 with Joss Stone, Josh Groban, and Tori Kelly.