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  • Sports media: Sports Illustrated sells its rights, not its soul

    Magazine’s sale to non-media entity won’t affect its journalistic standards. I don’t see many movies, so I’m about to date myself. Remember “Conspiracy Theory” with Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts from 1997? Hey, that’s only 22 years ago – half my life ago Anyway, Roberts’ character, government lawyer Alice Sutton, notices that Gibson’s character, paranoid conspiracy theorist Jerry Fletcher, has a dozen copies of “Catcher in the Rye” on a shelf. Jerry admits to owning more that he stores elsewhere...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Best Amazon Prime TV shows (June 2019): the best series to watch this month

    If you're not sure what to watch this weekend, check out our selection of the best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video UK.

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  • The Best Series and TV Shows on Netflix

    Looking for a great TV show to watch on Netflix? Check out our frequently updated list of the best series streaming on Netflix right now.

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  • The Best Series and TV Shows on Amazon Prime

    Look no further for your Amazon Prime browsing needs, as we've compiled a list of the best TV shows that are currently available on the streaming service.

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  • The 18 best TV shows of 2019... so far

    EW critics Kristen Baldwin and Darren Franich watch as much TV as they can — just for you! (Except Vanderpump Rules; Darren watches that for himself.) Here’s a peek at their online chat about their favorite shows of 2019. DARREN: I’m a sucker for a brilliant standalone episode, Kristen. And my No. 10, Barry, delivered a sun-scorched surreal masterwork with the fifth episode of its second season. Let’s be clear: This was a messy season for this showbiz farce, after a basically perfect 2018 debut....

    EW.com
  • 75 Best TV Shows on Netflix Right Now

    Our regularly updated guide to the best TV streaming on Netflix—so you're never at a loss for what to watch.

    pastemagazine.com
  • "Chernobyl" Is The Best TV Show Of The Year, And Here Are 16 Reasons Why

    If you're still mad at HBO about "Game of Thrones," this might make you forgive and forget. View Entire Post ›

    BuzzFeed