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RELATED STORIES First issues first: You would need to be one significantly hardhearted bastard to not love The Thing About Harry, Freeform’s belated homosexual Valentine (premiering Saturday, Feb. 15, at 8/7c). Its leads — Gray’s Anatomy’s Schmitt, Jake Borelli, and newcomer Niko Terho — have chemistry for days. The script, co-written by director and co-star Peter
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RELATED STORIES With a lot tv to select from, networks are struggling to search out methods to make their collection stand out. That is the case with CBS All Entry’ Interrogation, a gimmicky procedural that enables viewers to observe episodes in any order they please. “When chilly case detectives reopen an unsolved case, they abandon
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The truth that USA Community’s new murder-mystery Briarpatch is about in a steamy Texas border city generally known as Saint Shame is an enormous clue about what’s to comply with. It’s a conspicuously quirky setting for a conspicuously quirky present: a cool neo-noir stuffed with eccentric characters that has ambiance to burn. There’s a lot
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RELATED STORIES Even for those who already know the story of the rigged McDonald’s Monopoly sport (which was lined extensively by The Daily Beast in 2018), HBO’s McMillions documentary sequence is a enjoyable, informative and extremely entertaining look into one unusual rip-off. The essential particulars are this: From 1989 to 2001, ex-cop Jerome “Jerry” Jacobson rigged
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RELATED STORIES In the first episode of Showtime’s Work in Progress, Abby (played by Abby McEnany) tells her therapist “if things don’t get better” within 180 days, she’s going to end her life. “I’m surrounded by people who are like, full selves,” she monologues, “and I’m like, this building that has been delayed,” an eyesore
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Who says network shows are too safe these days? In a sea of bland sitcom revivals and by-the-book procedurals, NBC is taking a huge swing with Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist — debuting Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 10/9c; I’ve seen the first three episodes — starring Jane Levy as a woman who starts hearing strangers’ innermost thoughts
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You’ll be happy to know, Four Weddings and a Funeral fanatics, that Hulu’s adaptation of the beloved British rom-com does in fact open with its main character suddenly waking up and shouting the word “F—k!” repeatedly. Aside from that winking homage, though, the new Four Weddings — debuting Wednesday, July 31 on the streamer; I’ve
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