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True TV

Parks & Recreation, Maron

Plus: Big Time Rush, Splash

By Bill Frost
POSTED // May 2,2013 - Season Finale: Yes, already—NBC has to get Parks & Recreation out of the way so the network can waste the rest of this month’s Thursdays saying goodbye to and eulogizing The Office,

True TV

Hemlock Grove, Inside Amy Schumer

Plus: Happy Endings, The Big C

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Apr 25,2013 - New Series: Says Netflix, original series House of Cards was a hit; says logic, the May 26 premiere of the new Arrested Development season will break the Interwebs. Between the two, there’s Hemlock Grove

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Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell

Plus: Guntucky, Ice Cold Gold

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Apr 18,2013 - Series Debut: If “real” TV reviewers wrote about Adult Swim shows, there would be reviews that start “If you think your job is hell, wait till you see this series!”

True TV

Louis CK, Defiance

Plus: Veep, Nurse Jackie

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Apr 11,2013 - Stand-up Special: Sorry, you can’t download this one—not yet, anyway. Oh My God, Louis C.K.’s fifth stand-up special (recorded in February in Phoenix, one of the most humorless cities in ’Merica,

True TV

Mad Men, Hannibal

Plus: Smash, Ready for Love

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Apr 4,2013 - Season Premiere: This year’s Off Limits list from Mad Men showrunner Matthew Weiner: Don’t tell “the year the season begins,” “the status of Don and Megan’s relationship,” “whether the agency has expanded to an additional floor,”

True TV

Game of Thrones, Happy Endings

Plus: Doctor Who, The Walking Dead

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Mar 29,2013 - Season Premiere: Think you’re having a bad endless winter-spring? Wait till you see the opening scene of Game of Thrones’ Season 3 premiere, that’s all I’m sayin’.

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Revolution, Chupacabra vs. Alamo

Plus: Phil Spector, Bomb Girls

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Mar 21,2013 - Spring Premiere: This was a hit four months ago—anybody remember Revolution? That post-apocalyptic drama set in a future with no electricity, with a wannabe Katniss (Tracy Spiridakos) and a good-lookin’ rogue (Billy Burke)

True TV

Bates Motel, Splash

Plus: Funeral Boss, Banshee, Girls

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Mar 14,2013 - Series Debut: A modern-day “prequel” to the 1960 classic Psycho? A&E has entertained worse ideas for series, including sequel reality shows following the further adventures of Gene Simmons’ and Criss Angel’s

True TV

Grimm, The Client List

Plus: Flying Monkeys, The Bachelor

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Mar 7,2013 - Midseason Premiere: Along with the still-MIA Revolution, fantasy-drama Grimm is one of NBC’s few scripted hits, and yet it’s been off the air for over three months

True TV

Red Widow, Celeb Apprentice

Plus: Welcome to Myrtle Manor, Enlightened

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Feb 28,2013 - When her weed-smuggling husband is executed for, oh, stealing a few millions bucks worth of cocaine from an international crime lord, a woman (Radha Mitchell) with buried Russian mob ties covertly takes on said crime lord to repay hubbie’s debt
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