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This week were the Upfronts, the annual time when Networks present to advertisers and roll out their Fall lineups, and this is my early look at what I’m likely to watch! The list is fairly small, as the TV world is full of revivals that have 0 interest to me…and I am not sure how I’m …

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As Season 1 comes to an end (an overview of the show can be found here), the story of John O’Neill is intriguing. The CIA and FBI, had they been capable of working together, quite possibly could’ve stopped 9/11 in its tracks…but politics and bureaucracy got in the way. The show does a good job …

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My next bracket, after the Disney vs. Pixar and Netflix brackets is a showdown between Amazon and Hulu. I debated doing each first-round matchup as Amazon vs Hulu…but (**Spoiler Alert**) Amazon would’ve destroyed Hulu. So instead they won’t see each other until the Championship (**/End spoiler**). SWEET SIXTEEN Mozart in the Jungle vs. Patriot – …

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The Looming Tower is a new Hulu exclusive show, based on the book by Lawrence Wright. Looming Tower focuses on the rise of Usama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda, as the CIA and FBI butt heads over their search for terror overseas and how to handle them. The show is based on the 9/11 inquiries in 2004 …

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Ingrid Goes West, starring Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid) and Elizabeth Olsen (Taylor) is a dark comedy, rooted in social media. Social media can drive someone crazy. Post a picture on Instagram, wait for those likes and comments to flood in…or not. Meanwhile, one can see others posting about their “perfect world” or “best friends ever”, and …

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Dear Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix, There is nothing you like more than to send me an email. But why are your emails all so pointless and useless? Give me a list of all your original shows, let me check off the ones I’m interested in, and when the season starts again, at 3 AM the …

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Hulu has officially launched their live TV streaming service, and when I make the cord-cutting switch, they are the way I’m gonna go. The price is $40, which compares to other companies offers of $35 but also includes Hulu’s library, so if you’re already paying $8 a month, it’s only a $32 add-on. The service comes with …

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