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    Top 10: The U.S. Office Episodes

    Later this month will mark seven years since the U.S. version of “The Office” came to an end and 15 since it began, based on the Ricky Gervais British comedy of the same name. The show wasn’t without its lows -, especially after Steve Carell’s departure – but overall, the Emmy-Award winning show will have […] More

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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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    TV Review: ‘Mad About You’ Endearingly Leads Us Into the Final Frontier… Again

    It’s been twenty years since NBC’s “Mad About You” aired its final episode, and now this sitcom comes out of retirement with hopes of capturing some of its old magic. In the era of streaming services, reboots and reunions, it seems every successful show from the past is tap dancing around the chance to start […] More

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    Circuit Scorecard: 2019-2020 TV Schedule and Promising Network Lineups

    Pilot season is upon us. As September brings us into fall, so too does the new Fall TV season begin. With more networks than ever before, it has become incredibly challenging to keep track of what to watch. Current TV Schedule & Updates Updated: October 6, 2019 This first section looks at the 2019-2020 Network […] More

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    TV Review: Jimmy Smits Returns to His Courtroom Roots in NBC’s ‘Bluff City Law’

    As premiere week begins on NBC, the network has chosen their new drama “Bluff City Law” to follow the ever-popular “The Voice” on Monday nights. Hoping audiences stay tuned after a singing competition in order to watch a good-natured legal procedural may be a bit of a long shot. But this new series does have something […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: My Queer Thoughts On The ‘Will & Grace’ Season Finale

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! Wedding bells were ringing Thursday night, as Jack (Sean Hayes) and Estefan (Brian Jordan Alvarez) of “Will & Grace” finally tied the knot after a season of wedding plans and misadventures. For most of the season finale, aptly titled “Jack’s Big […] More

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    Interview: Composer Dan Marocco Talks ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ ‘Hitchcock & Scully,’ and Cop Shows

    One of the most exciting shows to return to television in 2019 was “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” for NBC. The situational cop-comedy had been canceled in 2018 by Fox after six seasons. While the series could have ended there, audiences took to the internet and vocalized their support. 31 hours later, NBC brought the show onto their schedule, […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Tuesday (3/19/19) – ‘The Village’ & a Rob Lowe Game Show Premiere

    Two new programs lead the night on television. Producer and host Rob Lowe brings “Mental Samurai,” a new game show, to Fox. “The Village” adds another drama in the vein of “This Is Us” to NBC tonight as well. Comedy Central features back-to-back returns of late-night shows “Tosh.0″ and “The Jim Jeffries Show.” Finally, catch up with […] More

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