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Super-Fan Writes Essay About Watching 638 Hours Of Adam Sandler In A Single Year

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Every television star has that one best friend, accomplice or sidekick . Some stand out and are more memorable than others. Whether real-life or animated, from a comedy or drama, a good television sidekick has the ability to make a Here's our ranking of the top 25 memorable all-time TV sidekicks .

Henry Winkler, Happy Days. Behind every funnyman is an awesome sidekick . But who's the best one? College Humor's readers have ranked the 25 greatest sitcom supporting players who often stole — or are still stealing — the show from their leading stars.

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Javicia Leslie is ready for action in her incredible new batsuit.

The new "Batwoman" debuted her custom look on Monday, Oct. 26.

RELATED: Javicia Leslie Teases New Costume, Says It Feels ‘Powerful’ To Be The First Black Batwoman

Leslie, 33, steps into the role of Batwoman Ryan Wilder after actress Ruby Rose unexpectedly announced her departure from the CW show back in May.

Speaking about creating her new suit with showrunner Caroline Dries and costume designer Maya Mani, Leslie said, "I love the fact that Ryan is becoming her own Batwoman — it's her style, her swag, and her moment!"

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My subjective list of the best television shows ever made (that I have seen). Shows that didn't make this list continued on the next one. http Remake of Coen brothers classic into a TV series , Fargo is everything one should hope for and more. It takes the same setting but switches the characters every

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According to The Daily Mail, she continued, ''It was an honour to be able to collaborate with Caroline and Maya. I felt it was important that viewers could tell by the silhouette that Batwoman was a Black girl. With the form-fitting suit and beautiful Afro, we definitely nailed it!'

The new look features Leslie's naturally curly hair, which is complemented by red streaks.

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The suit also includes an ombre cape, red gauntlets over the forearms and shorter boots.

Taika Waititi, Working Title TV’s ‘The Luminaries’ & Himesh Patel Among New Zealand Television Awards Winners .
Winners for the 2020 New Zealand Television Awards were announced today, with the event becoming of the few physical screen award ceremonies to be held during the pandemic. The Luminaries, produced by Southern Light Films and Working Title TV, was the big winner in the drama craft categories with multiple wins including Best Script: Drama for Eleanor Catton, who adapted her Man Booker Prize-winning book for television, Best Director: Drama for Claire McCarthy, Best Cinematographer: Drama for Denson Baker, Best Production Design for Felicity Abbott and Daniel Birt, Best Costume Design for Edward K.

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