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Find out the best that 2017 had to offer in the arts

| Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017, 5:36 p.m.
Fionn Whitehead in 'Dunkirk.'
Warner Bros.
Fionn Whitehead in 'Dunkirk.'

It's been a busy year in the arts, from movies to TV to books and beyond. We're here to wrap it all up for you.

Follow the links below for the best of the year and also a list of some of the notable people who died in 2017.

Movies : “Dunkirk,” “Call Me By Your Name” top AP's best 2017 films list

Television : “American Gods” and “The Americans” were first rate.

Music : SZA's “Ctrl” rated album of the year

Books : 2017 list leans toward nonfiction

Saying goodbye : Celebrities and other well-known people who died in 2017.

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