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Some roles stay with David Morrissey

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Being married to an actor can be difficult, says British actor David Morrissey. "It's a profession where you can't plan anything. Talk to my wife about planning a holiday - forget it. There's always a job coming up or if it hasn't, you think a job MIGHT come up. So it's that sense of living in a very insecure atmosphere. You don't know who's coming home."

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Around the remote: Chuck Barney's TV picks for Feb. 19-25

DON'T MISS: "Big Little Lies" - A stellar cast featuring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley and Laura Dern bolsters this juicy, seven-episode whodunit. Adapted by David E. Kelley from a bestselling novel, it's set in the tranquil coastal town of Monterey, where alpha females and trophy wives lead seemingly carefree lives in majestic homes. But the glossy picture-perfectionism is shattered when someone ends up dead during a swanky fund-raiser gala. 9 p.m. Sunday, HBO.

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TV review: 'Planet Earth II' is packed with wonders, stories and, finally, warnings

"Looking down from two miles above the surface of the Earth, it's impossible not to be impressed by the sheer grandeur and splendor and power of the natural world," says David Attenborough at the beginning of "Planet Earth II," the sequel to his landmark 2006 "Planet Earth." That globally popular series � the BBC estimates its viewership at half a billion � helped the world feel good about the money it had spent upgrading to high-definition television sets.

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