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Pete Docter’s “Soul” features stairway-to-heaven visions of the afterlife, a pre-birth “before” realm where souls are glowing turquoise orbs and an in-between spiritual realm trafficked by some kind of psychedelic pirate. And yet, kind of magically, it’s about “just regular old living.”

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DON’T MISS: New Year’s Eve specials — Thanks to the pandemic, many of us will be ringing in the new year — and saying “good riddance” to 2020 — from home. Fortunately, TV has plenty of festive specials lined up to keep us company, including “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seac…

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DON’T MISS: “Call Me Kat” — After being a key part of “The Big Bang Theory” ensemble, Mayim Bialik gets another chance to headline her own sitcom. She plays a cafe owner in Louisville, Kentucky, who is determined to prove to society — and her mother — that she can live a happy and fulfilling…

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DON’T MISS: Super Bowl LV — In some ways, this year’s big game feels pretty familiar. Quarterback Tom Brady is back for, incredibly, his 10th time. Also, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have returned to defend their title. But in other ways, it’s startlingly different. Brady is he…

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DON’T MISS: “American Idol” — The show must go on — even in a pandemic. To simplify things and follow COVID-19 protocol, the popular singing contest ditched the cross-country tour. Instead, it held virtual online auditions followed by quarantined, in-person tryouts in only three Southern Cal…

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DON’T MISS: “Superman & Lois” — Behold yet another TV twist on the Man of Steel and the comic books’ most famous journalist. In the 90-minute opening episode, Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) move to idyllic Smallville with their twin teen sons, Jonathan and …

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