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‘Entourage’ creator Doug Ellin on how ‘wave of righteous PC culture’ impacted HBO show’s legacy [Video]

During its eight-season run on HBO, Entourage was one of the cable network’s most successful series, consistently scoring positive reviews, strong ratings and numerous Emmy nominations for its behind-the-scenes portrayal of early 21st century Hollywood. According to creator Doug Ellin, though, HBO has given the series the cold shoulder since it left the airwaves a decade ago in 2011.

“I resent it tremendously,” Ellin tells Yahoo Entertainment, chalking up his former employer’s skittishness to the same “wave of righteous PC culture” that he feels has engulfed Entourage in recent years, as Hollywood has reckoned with the excesses of its recent

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HBO Documentary Celebrates ‘Black Art,’ Indicts The Forces That Marginalize It : NPR

Amy Sherald, who painted the official portrait of Michelle Obama, appeared in the film Black Art: In the Absence of Light.

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Amy Sherald, who painted the official portrait of Michelle Obama, appeared in the film Black Art: In the Absence of Light.

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Central to the new documentary Black Art: In the Absence of Light is a pivotal art exhibition that debuted in 1976.

Two Centuries of Black American Art” was the first major show by a Black curator to look at the history of art produced by African Americans. Covering the

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