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    Penny Dreadful Was the 2010s Show Most Robbed of Recognition

    Every week on Penny Dreadful Eva Green climbed out of the TV screen like the girl from The Ring, crawled through the broken glass on her knees, recited a Tennyson poem, burned a corset, and sat down for tea. (I'm taking only the slightest creative liberties here.) Green's performance on the Showtime

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    ‘Lord of the Rings’: Will Poulter No Longer Attached to Amazon Series (Exclusive)

    ‘Lord of the Rings’: Will Poulter No Longer Attached to Amazon Series (Exclusive)
    Will Poulter will not be appearing in Amazon’s upcoming “Lord of the Rings” series after all, Variety has learned exclusively.

    According to an individual with knowledge of the situation, scheduling conflicts will prevent the “Bandersnatch” and “Midsommar” actor from joining the show based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Variety had exclusively reported on Poulter’s involvement with the series back in September. The exact nature of the role Poulter was to play remains a mystery, but the search for a replacement is now underway. Other actors reportedly attached to star in the series are Markella Kavenagh, Joseph Mawle,
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    Test How Well You Remember the Biggest TV Moments of the Decade

    There's so much TV on in a single week (or even a single night!) that looking back on the best TV from this entire decade could feel like overwhelming -- that is, if so much of the shows that aired over the past 10 years weren't so good! But fortunately, as we've transitioned from the Golden Age and

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    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Is Coming Back for Season 4

    Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) will have at least one more act to perform. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been renewed for Season 4. The news comes just one week after Season 3 launched on Amazon Prime.

    The streaming platform, like Netflix, does not release specific streaming numbers, but Maisel has

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    The Golden Globes Star-Gazing Continues To Grate — TV Podcast

    It’s been several days since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced its Golden Globe television nominations, but they aren’t sitting any better now than when they first surfaced.

    Neither time nor distance has dulled the sting of the organization wholesale dismissing the work of Ava DuVernay’s Netflix limited series “When They See Us,” including the Emmy-winning performance of Jharrel Jerome. It’s also still painful to think about how with 30 acting spots available, the HFPA managed to only nominate three people of color — Rami Malek for USA’s “Mr. Robot,” Billy Porter for FX’s “Pose,” and Ramy Youssef for Hulu’s “Ramy.”

    Instead, the Golden Globes opted to celebrate actors who are already familiar with accolades, thanks to their years spent on the red carpet circuit. Oscar-winners and Hollywood heavyweights were all over the TV nominations, creating a weird, insider version of six-degrees of separation. Alan Arkin
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    ‘Brockmire’ to End With Season 4 on IFC

    IFC has announced that the fourth season of “Brockmire,” premiering March 2020, will be the Hank Azaria comedy’s last.

    As well as Azaria, the show’s stars Amanda Peet, Tyrel Jackson Williams and Katie Finneran are all returning for the final eight-episode send off. Additionally, “The Flash” star Reina Hardesty is joining the cast.

    “I really loved this season in several very right and a few very wrong ways. I hope you will too,” said Azaria, who also serves as an executive producer on the series.

    Brockmire” follows Jim Brockmire (Azaria), a famed major league baseball announcer who suffered a
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    Brockmire to End With Future-Set Season 4 — Plus: Who's Returning?

    Brockmire to End With Future-Set Season 4 — Plus: Who's Returning?
    It’s the bottom of the ninth for Brockmire. The underrated Hank Azaria comedy — one of TVLine’s Peak TV Treasures — will end with its previously announced fourth season, TVLine has learned.

    IFC confirmed the final season news on Thursday. In addition, it was revealed that Reina Hardesty (The Flash) will join returning cast members Amanda Peet, Tyrel Jackson Williams, Katie Finneran and Azaria.

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    Tamron Hall Talk Show Renewed for Second Season

    Tamron Hall Talk Show Renewed for Second Season
    Tamron Hall is staying put in daytime syndication now that Walt Disney Television has renewed her eponymous talk show for a second season.

    Tamron Hall” has been re-upped for a second season on stations covering 80% of U.S. TV households, including the eight ABC O&o stations covering New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and other big markets.

    “As one of the highest-rated new talk shows in five years, ‘Tamron Hall’ is connecting with audiences in such a powerful and unique way and we are thrilled to build on that momentum with a second season,” said Karey Burke, president of ABC Entertainment.
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    TVLine Items: Svu Cast Looks Back, Zombies 2 Premiere Date and More

    NBC and the Paley Center for Media are saluting the brave men and women of Law & Order: Svu with an hourlong special on Thursday, Jan. 2 (9/8c).

    Appropriately titled The Paley Center Salutes Law & Order: Svu, the small-screen event will “go back to the beginning, take a look behind the scenes and hear from the stars, creators and crew members who have brought incredibly impactful stories to life week after week,” according to the official synopsis. “The special also includes many of the most memorable scenes and features interviews with some of the famous guests who have stopped by
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    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Renewed for Season 4 at Amazon in Wake of 'Most Watched Opening Weekend Ever'

    Amazon is demanding another encore from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: The streamer has renewed its crown jewel comedy for a fourth season.

    The pickup comes less than a week after the launch of Mrs. Maisel‘s eight-episode third season, and just days after the series scored multiple Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations.

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