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    TV Review: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Settles In As the Most Rewatchable Show On TV Today

    When you can roll out an impressive ensemble and quirky characters, a TV series has the ability to transcend its era. For “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” there’s plenty of reason to believe it has reached its pinnacle. One part “Parks and Rec,” another part “Friends,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” goes down like comfort food. With the Season 7 premiere, its […] More

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    Emmy Network Spotlight: Can ‘This Is Us’ Win NBC Another Drama Series Emmy?

    Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at least at this time of publishing).  The series examines the shows and performances about their awards potential, most notably the Emmy Awards. Emmy nomination voting opens June 10 and closes […] More

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    TV Ratings: NBC Already Renewed Seven Series, Including ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

    As part of our look at the TV ratings, we’ve already covered ABC and Fox in the past two weeks. It’s now time for us to check out NBC, who has been busy at announcing their latest renewals. With seven series already renewed, and four others looking like strong candidates for more seasons, Universal should be […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Thursday (1/17/19) – ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Headlines the Return of the ABC Thursday Night Dramas

    While there are not a lot of big episodes of television tonight, the ABC Thursday Night Dramas return. “Grey’s Anatomy” headlines the evening’s returning shows. Meanwhile “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” airs one of the best episodes in the show’s history, confirming that Fox made a mistake when they canceled the comedy. Tonight also has a good mix of […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Makes a Triumphant and Fun Return to NBC

    When “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was canceled by Fox last year, the internet surprisingly exploded in sadness. While the show rarely performed well in the ratings, there was a small group of fans who wanted to keep the show alive. In many ways, you could tell the showrunners, including Dan Goor and Mike Schur, knew the end could be on the way. […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Thursday (1/10/19) – It’s Mike Schur Night, Headlined by ‘The Good Place’

    It’s a fun night for comedies, with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” returning to television after being canceled by Fox last year. The result is an hour block for producer, writer, and showrunner Mike Schur (“Parks and Recreation, “The Office”). His other comedy, “The Good Place” returns for its last few episodes of Season 3 and might be coming […] More

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    NBC Announces Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg Will Co-Host the Golden Globes

    In a strange turn of events, NBC has announced two very interesting choices to host the Golden Globes. One of the new NBC stars, Andy Samberg, and the recently revived Sandra Oh will co-host the Golden Globes. Both of the performers have won Golden Globes in the past, making them an interesting combination for the awards season. Oh might even find […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: Which LGBTQIA+ Characters Are Leaving The Small Screen?

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! May flowers have bought spring showers for TV fans this week, with quite a few shows winding down to a series finale or, if they were particularly unlucky, being handed a pink slip without a proper goodbye. The end of the spring TV […] More

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