Plus, the actor discusses working with Reese Witherspoon, Joshua Jackson, and Kerry Washington.
Creator Peter Nowalk promises lots of 'satisfying' answers.
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The XXXII Olympiad will take place exactly one year later than originally scheduled.
Plus, don't miss a new 'Prodigal Son' on Fox.
The show about plastic surgeons is available now on the streaming platform.
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The Apple TV+ film's director previews the comedy about on commerce, race, and the black middle class.
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From 'Bosch' to 'Tales from the Loop.'
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Some brought their A-game while others fell short.
'Bad dialogue, bad direction, bad lighting, awkward set,' the author tweeted after the March 22 episode.
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