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The Frame FOR November 22, 2017

Jordan Peele's 'Get Out'; 'GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling'

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We revisit two of our favorite interviews of the year: Jordan Peele on his hit social thriller; and Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, creators of the Netflix series about women's wrestling in the 1980s. See full episode >
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