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How life changes for all, from empty-nesting to far-away moves

Spoiler alert: This contains significant plot points from the “Modern Family” series finale. Don’t worry. Everyone’s OK.

The three families that make up ABC’s “Modern Family” spent 11 seasons clustered in Los Angeles. In Wednesday’s one-hour series finale, they spread their wings and moved on to new adventures in places near and far.

Co-creators Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd wanted the characters to mirror the feelings of loyal viewers who have befriended the Dunphys, the Pritchetts and the Tucker-Pritchetts over 250 episodes.

“Chris and I have always liked finales where people are in some form saying goodbye,

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International Locales Take Killing Eve to a New Level in Season 3

When Killing Eve returns for season three on April 12, fans will once again follow charming psychopath Villanelle (played by Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh), an unofficial American agent with the British MI6, on a chase. This time around, England, Spain, Russia, and Poland serve as the backdrop for the action, and designing the locales and sets for the smart British spy thriller proved to be a greater challenge than ever before.

“When we first started season one, we thought we would probably do two thirds on location and one third in the studio, but now the story has

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From Insurance To Testing, Crowd Scenes & Craft Services, Here Are The Pandemic Problems Studios Are Trying To Solve Before The Re-Start

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Editor’s Note: As Deadline continues its Coping With COVID-19 Crisis series on the struggles of people in the entertainment industry impacted by the coronavirus-related shutdowns and layoffs, today we launch a new series, Reopening Hollywood, focused on the incredibly complicated effort to get the industry back on its feet while ensuring the safety of everyone involved. We intend to examine numerous sides of the business; if you have suggestions about things to consider, please leave a comment.

On Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a six-point guide to how California will

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Inside Studio Gang’s Latest Project, a Brooklyn Firehouse and Training Facility

Jeanne Gang is sitting in the new home of FDNY Rescue Company 2 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, talking with a bunch of its members. They are telling her what they like most about the building: its stainless-steel kitchen, its oversize skylight, and its ample wall space for displaying photos of the fallen. It is an inviting home (the rescue workers rest in bunk rooms on the second floor), but it is also packed with surprises.

Because it serves as a training facility, it has a 45-foot-tall atrium with a climbing wall that simulates building exteriors; a manhole leading to a chamber

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