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Surprises along the way in the next episode of ‘The Last of Us’

The third episode, which runs this coming Sunday night at 9, is an alert that HBO's series adaptation of the video game is not going to be a predictable ride.

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In ‘Shrinking,’ the therapist is completely unfiltered. How does that make you feel?

It’s all a bit cockamamie, but the Apple TV+ series starring Jason Segel is an endearing and earnest comedy, and all of his ridiculously unprofessional behavior is in service of affectionate character studies and a boatload of healing.

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In ‘Poker Face,’ Natasha Lyonne is her own lie detector

It’s something like a contemporary “Murder She Wrote,” but Natasha Lyonne’s Charlie Cale is not a writer so much as an astute reader — of people’s faces.

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Netflix is going to crack down on account sharing

If you want to share your Netflix with your kids in college or your auntie in Billerica, you’re going to have to pay an extra fee (the amount of which has not yet been announced).

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This week’s TV: Natasha Lyonne solves crimes, Netflix cuts back on sharing, and ‘The 1619 Project’ comes to Hulu

Sharing is caring and all that. But I think some people are going to be swearing about the despairing news: Netflix is putting its subscribers on alert that it will be cracking down on account sharing in the coming months.

Aubrey Plaza, Amy Poehler reprise ‘Parks and Recreation’ roles on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Plaza and Poehler appeared as April Ludgate and Leslie Knope on “Weekend Update” to discuss working for local government. Meanwhile, Sam Smith was the night's musical guest.

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Adam Sandler tapped for Mark Twain Prize

This year, the ceremony will be held on March 19, then run on TV on March 26. But the telecast is moving from its former home, PBS, to CNN for the first time.

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Another first for Marlee Matlin with her directorial debut on ‘Accused’

FOX's new anthology crime series put the Oscar winner behind the camera, in charge of a cast that included deaf actors in leading roles.