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This combination of photos shows Marcia Gay Harden, left, and Skylar Astin in a scene from the new CBS series "So Help Me Todd," from left, Niecy Nash-Betts who will star in the new ABC spinoff series "The Rookie: Feds," and Brice Gonzalez with George Lopez in the new NBC series "Lopez VS Lopez." (CBS/ABC/NBC via AP)

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These images released by NBC shows, from left, Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette in a scene from "Night Court," Raymond Lee in a scene from the pilot episode of "Quantum Leap," and Mayan Lopez and George Lopez in a scene from "Lopez vs Lopez." The three series will debut in the fall. (Jordin Althaus, from left,/Serguei Bachlakov/Casey Durkin/NBC via AP)

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There were constant reminders this past week, when major entertainment companies hawked their wares to advertisers in Manhattan presentations, of the diminished role of broadcast networks. In some ways, ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox were after-thoughts. They've lost a tremendous amount of viewership in the past two decades, and ceded leadership in creativity to the streaming services. Yet their fall schedules illustrate how the networks are coming to terms with their new roles — by emphasizing dependable franchise dramas, live or unscripted programming, and sports. And, as one broadcast executive noted, they still supply a lot of popular shows for the streamers.

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In this photo taken from video released by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, Ukrainian servicemen leave the besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)