The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
STEVE HARVEY: HOLLYWOOD IS MORE RACIST THAN AMERICA
The black talk show host, who has outlasted Jeff Probst and Ricki Lake, is gaining fast on Katie Couric and has managed to achieve the multicultural golden mean in audience. Could he be the next Oprah?
NBCU DEBATES TIMING OF JIMMY FALLON'S 'TONIGHT SHOW' DEBUT
Sources say some network execs want to launch with Olympics in February; exec producer Lorne Michaels might want more time.
JUDGE BANS AIRING OF LIFETIME TV'S CHRIS PORCO MOVIE
In an emergency appeal, the cable network blasts a judge for an "unprecedented" injunction that it says will cost millions of dollars, harm its brand and represent a disaster to free speech.
SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY IN LANDMARK COPYRIGHT CASE
Justice Stephen Breyer delivers majority opinion holding that the "first sale" doctrine applies to works bought overseas and resold in the United States.
SEASON FINALE SCHEDULER: YOUR GUIDE TO WHAT ENDS WHEN
Keep track of what ends when — and how — as multiple series have set special sendoffs. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/2013-season-finale-schedule-429839?AP
'GIRLS': ANOTHER TRIUMPH IN SEASON 2 (ANALYSIS)
Lena Dunham and her series overcome outside influences to complete a great season, writes THR's Tim Goodman.