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    TV Review: CW’s ‘Nancy Drew’ Sticks a Little Too Closely to the Network Formula

    Nancy Drew, the teenage sleuth, first premiered in novels (175 published between 1930 and 2003) in the 1930s and has been through many adaptations, from television shows to movies, each time catering to a new generation. The CW’s new spin on “Nancy Drew” is no different. In the new hour-long mystery drama, Nancy Drew is […] More

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    Emmy Network Spotlight: The CW Says Goodbye To Two Major Comedies

    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 on […] More

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    WATCH: Netflix’s Sabrina Gets a ‘Chilling Adventures’ Christmas Special

    It seems like Netflix has begun to adopt the British style of television for the holidays. The winter season is a great time to roll out specials for some of the most popular shows on TV and turn them into event programming. British shows like “Call the Midwife” and “Sherlock” have often received boosts from these […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: ‘Drag Race: All Stars’ Cast Reveal, “She-Ra” Soars, ‘Riverdale’s’ Possible Queer-baiting and More

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! It’s all about TV this week, with “RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars” revealing the Season 4 cast and “Super Drags” and the “She-Ra” reboot finally hitting Netflix. “Riverdale” was accused of queer-baiting after deceptive trailers for this week’s episode, while “Black Lightning” and […] More

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    2018 People’s Choice Awards: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Takes the Top Prize

    A good gauge of what films, shows, and music are drawing passion from general audiences are the People’s Choice Awards. Every year, the show hands out prizes to various aspects of American culture, all of which are voted on by the fans. This can create some interesting winners from time to time, with passion winning out […] More

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    CW Renews 10 Series Including ‘Riverdale,’ ‘Jane the Virgin,’ and ‘Supernatural’

    The CW announced they are renewing most series in their current lineup, according to Variety. The CW is renewing the following series: “Arrow”—Season 7 “Black Lightning”—Season 2 “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”—Season 4 “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”—Season 4 “Dynasty”—Season 2 “The Flash”—Season 5 “Jane the Virgin”—Season 5 “Riverdale”—Season 3 “Supergirl”—Season 4 “Supernatural”—Season 14 Several shows are still waiting […] More

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    PaleyFest LA 2018 Announces Stars and Lineup, Plus Tribute to Barbra Streisand

    The Paley Center for Media announced the lineup for their upcoming PaleyFest LA 2018. PaleyFest LA is widely considered the ultimate festival for television fans. Each year, the stars and creators of some of television’s hottest shows come together in Hollywood to bring special screenings, panels, and behind-the-scenes looks at their favorite shows. This year’s […] More

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    TV Review: ‘American Vandal’ Flexes It’s Surprising Satirical Muscles

    To say that satire has been an increasingly frequent format on television would be an understatement. With series like “Documentary Now!” and the latest season of “American Horror Story” embracing comedy, several series have become significantly stronger than one would expect. Upon first seeing the trailer, “American Vandal” seemed like a one-note joke that would […] More