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Around the remote: Chuck Barney's TV and streaming picks for April 22-28

DON'T MISS: "Westworld" – It's payback time as the dark, mind-bending thriller returns for its highly anticipated second season. When we last left the futuristic theme park, its enslaved "hosts" had learned they weren't actually humans, but androids programmed to follow a script and serve at the pleasure of their flesh-and-bone guests. Cue the robot rebellion. As the saga resumes, the androids, including Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and Maeve (Thandie Newton), have revenge on their minds. Better not cross them. (9 p.m. Sunday, HBO).

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Louis Herthum OK with baring it all for 'Westworld'

In working on the HBO hit series "Westworld," it was a matter of saving the worst for first with Louis Herthum. The veteran actor's first day portraying Peter Abernathy – one of the first androids (known as hosts) in the adult entertainment world to experience glitches – had him filming a very revealing scene.

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Carl Lumbly brings deep commitment to 'Supergirl' role

Carl Lumbly's parents didn't allow him to read comic books while growing up in Minneapolis. The son of Jamaican immigrants was most definitely encouraged to read, but his family wanted him to concentrate on more serious writing. That was fine with Lumbly, as he fell in love with the all types of books, especially works of science fiction.

Florida family makes Stranger Things teaser trailer starring pet dog as Eleven

One creative Florida family decided to have a bit of fun on Christmas Day with their very own Stranger Things-inspired trailer, using their pet dog as the star. The Vollmer family dressed their dog up as Eleven, and followed her around the house w
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