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Murphy Brown Writer & Star Discuss Revival
October 17, 2018 | TV News
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The Romanoffs (Spoiler-Free) Pre-Release Review
October 9, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Murphy Brown Review (Episodes 1 & 2)
October 7, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Manifest-Premiere Review (Spoiler Free)
September 27, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Big Brother Week 12 Review (Warning-Spoilers!)
September 24, 2018 | TV Reviews

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Murphy Brown Writer & Star Discuss Revival

NEW YORK–Discussing topics ranging from the original casting process to what new material the crusading journalist will be encountering in the upcoming season, Murphy Brown star Candice Bergen and creator/executive producer Diane English reflected on the show, the characters, and what it means to 70 in Hollywood while still making cutting-edge-comedy. Speaking at the Paley […]

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The Romanoffs (Spoiler-Free) Pre-Release Review

When the unsurprisingly vague trailer for Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men follow-up The Romanoffs dropped this past summer, it made viewers wonder just what, exactly, the anthology series would be about. After watching the first three episodes released for critics (of eight total), I’m still wondering. While critics were presented with the typical Weiner list of […]

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Murphy Brown Review (Episodes 1 & 2)

In an already-politicized world of “fake news,” where does one of the original biting comedies about Washington fit in? That’s the question viewers face as CBS relaunches Murphy Brown (9:30 Eastern/8:30 Central) on Thursday in a Donald Trump world. For 288 episodes in the late 1980s to late 1990s, the show parodied, but also advocated, […]

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Manifest-Premiere Review (Spoiler Free)

All things work together for good. That seems to be the mantra, repeated multiple times, by characters in the pilot of NBC’s new drama Manifest, and that slightly edited biblical line seems to resonate for only so long before viewers are forced to wonder: whose definition of good? And, perhaps more importantly, will the show […]

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Big Brother Week 12 Review (Warning-Spoilers!)

Just when you thought the show would forever coast along and Level Six would “win out” until the end, Big Brother finally got interesting. But it’s likely a case of too little, too late. While it wasn’t really the result of any strategy (because the only outsider left won—it wasn’t a coup or blindside or […]

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Sorry for Your Loss – (Spoiler-Free) Review

It seems like everyone is getting into the TV game, and the newest kid on the block is Facebook Watch, which enters the fray with their new half hour drama Sorry for Your Loss. Starring Elizabeth Olsen as Leigh Shaw, a young widow beginning the process of mourning the loss of her husband (Matt, played […]

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Finding an Athlete Who is Already Lost

How often do we cheer the athletes but look away when the stars crumble? There is a famous poem by John Updike called “Ex-Basketball Player,” a cautionary tale about a famous star who grew too old and “never learned a trade” and ends up spending his time playing pinball and working at a gas station, […]

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