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Due to The Nerdy covering TV news this year during the network upfronts, I won’t be doing it here this year. The idea of trying to write each network up twice is just not a fun idea. I’ve already published Which TV Shows are Canceled over there, which you can check out. And starting Monday… read more


If you don’t care for Deadwood, I’m sorry, but there are some things you will just need to put up with around here. Three weeks to go until the Deadwood movie premieres and I can not wait. You can all have your Game of Thrones, but this is the real celebration this month. May 31… read more


What We Do in the Shadows was a fun mockumentary movie, but how could it possibly work as a TV show? Well, it actually works even better than the movie. Where a movie had to establish the characters, the world they inhabit, and so on, it worked, but you gelt it could be more. But… read more


I know I’m late to the Killing Eve party, but I don’t care. It’s as good as everyone says. I’m five episodes into season 1 and I’m making myself watch it at a one-a-day-pace otherwise I know I would already be done and craving more. Based on the Codename Villanelle novella series, the story follows… read more


Thursday morning I got to work and was getting ready to hit the news that a Willow sequel series may be coming to Disney+. As I worked on finding a suitable image, I turned on Wednesday night’s The Goldbergs to listen to. In the episode, Adam (Sean Giambrone) is trying to rush through Mother’s Day… read more


Live-action Tom and Jerry may be a bit generous. Apparently, it will be a “hybrid,” some form of mixing animation and live-action. The story will reportedly follow newly hired hotel employee Kayla who goes to war with Jerry who has moved in just before a big wedding. She hires Tom to get rid of Jerry… read more

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As I’ve said many times, Lucifer is not high-brow television, and I don’t care. It’s fun and an easy breezy watch. I also like that it has found a way to build its own mythos despite working within one of the oldest mythos around. Netflix released a full trailer this week, and May 8 can’t… read more

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When Deadwood originally ran on HBO, I would record every episode. I watched it live, but by the next night I was watching the episode again. I did this for all three seasons. David Milch is a writer like no other. He is a verbal artist, painting complex and layered pictures that you have to… read more

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I had lunch with a friend this weekend who had been away on business when Disney+ announced its pricing. I ran him through the stats of how much content would be on there and so forth, and then I told him it was $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. His eyes nearly popped out… read more


Jimmy Kimmel will host a special May 22 to honor Norman Lear and two of his most memorable sitcoms: All in the Family and The Jeffersons. Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All In The Family and The Jeffersons will see Oscar-winning actors recreating episodes of each series. Woody Harrelson will play… read more

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Swamp Thing is on its way to DC Universe on May 31, however, it’s not getting there without some turmoil. First off, the first teaser for the series was released on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, there were reports that the first season has been cut from 13 episodes to 10. This happens from time… read more

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I will never try to say Lucifer is a perfect show. It’s not. But I will say it’s a fun show endlessly. I was bummed for sure when Fox canceled it, and then thrilled when in the literal eleventh hour Netflix sealed the deal to save it. Then came a whole lot of waiting. Finally,… read more

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