Television

Something has happened with the current season of The Walking Dead that may be unprecedented in TV history. Due to the volatile circumstances resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the AMC’s zombie drama’s tenth season will have three season finales. There was the out-of-necessity finale in the spring, “The Tower,” which was supposed to be Season 10’s penultimate
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As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a major toll on Hollywood due to social distancing guidelines and rising case numbers in many parts of the U.S., release date delays, production shutdowns, and theater closures have shaken up the entertainment industry. In response, several film studios have released their new movies on streaming platforms. Universal/Dreamworks, for example, took
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Desperate times call for a good, kitschy network thriller. If only ABC’s Big Sky were any good. The David E. Kelley-created series, based on the books by C.J. Box, looks promising on paper: It stars Katheryn Winnick and the great Kylie Bunbury as an ex-cop and a private detective, respectively, and Ryan Phillippe as the object of both of their affections, a
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How would we have made it through this year without the pure escapism of supernatural television shows? While the world around us burns down, we can take a little virtual vacation doing some police work with Lucifer, taking on the Upside-Down with the kids of Stranger Things, or roaming the French forests in Black Spot.
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Chicago Fire has halted filming after multiple members of the production team tested positive for COVID-19, Deadline reports. The drama, which is currently shooting its ninth season, reportedly shut down production on Nov. 8 and will remain paused for two weeks. The individuals who tested positive reportedly perform duties that require them to be in close proximity
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