Devin Gordon

Deputy Editor of Newsweek's Art and Entertainment Department

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Deputy Editor of Newsweek's Arts and Entertainment Department and the magazine's television critic, based in New York

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Oscar night  has long been the entertainment event of the year, both in Hollywood and in living rooms across the country.

The Oscars, the Movies and TV

Oscar night has long been the entertainment event of the year, both in Hollywood and in living rooms across the country.

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