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February 26, 2017

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• FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 27 - MARCH 5, 2017 • Susan Sarandon (left) and Jessica Lange star in "Feud: Bette and Joan," premiering Sunday on FX. YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO TV ENTERTAINMENT Weblinks Susan Sarandon and Jessi- ca Lange star as Hollywood icons and rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in "Feud: Bette and Joan," premiering Sunday on FX. Find out more at www.fxnetworks. com/shows/feud H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma) pursues Jack the Ripper (Josh Bowman) from late- 1800s England to pres- ent-day San Francisco in "Time After Time," an update of director Nicholas Meyer's popular 1979 fantasy drama that premieres Sunday on ABC. Go to abc.go.com/ shows/time-after-time A giant gym bag enables two college employees to travel back in time to Colonial Massachusetts and change history in "Making History," premiering Sunday on Fox. Click on www.fox.com/mak- ing-history After killing her abusive ex, Brooklyn detective Harlee Santos (Jennifer Lopez) worries about being found out as the second season of "Shades of Blue" gets going Sunday on NBC. Find clues to what's in store at www. nbc.com/shades-of-blue Los Angeles friends Gus and Mickey (Paul Rust, Gillian Jacobs) consider what to do next after their kiss as the second season of "Love" begins streaming Friday on Netflix. Watch it at www.net- flix.com/title/80026506 Self-made tycoon Marcus Lemonis seeks someone to manage the businesses he acquired in "The Profit" in the unscripted series "The Part- ner," premiering Tuesday on CNBC. Learn more at www. cnbc.com/the-partner/

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