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Auteurs, women taking center stage and Yara Shahidi getting 'grown-ish': A look ahead to television in 2018

With its red-robed handmaids, zombie ice dragons and supernaturally gifted tweens, 2017 was by any estimate a memorable year for television. But even without a new season of "Game of Thrones" to look forward to, 2018 holds plenty of promise for TV

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