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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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Two years after her last Netflix special, Baby Cobra, during which she was very pregnant…and now Ali makes her way back onto the stage for Hard Knock Wife, and not surprisingly, she’s pregnant again. She doesn’t waste any time getting into talking about her kid and being a new Mom, and all the experiences that come with …

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Harlan Coben has been known for years as a great writer, with Tell No One and Missing You, and now he’s taken his works to Netflix, with a brand new Original miniseries called: Safe, presenting a nice compact story in 8-episodes, without the fluff that too many shows have. Besides for Coben’s ability to draw people …

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The fifth installment of the David Letterman Netflix series, and it’s a good one. So far he’s had a President, an actor, an activist, and a musician…and now he goes to a comedian/actress/director Tina Fey, the funniest potential guest…the next and last one for this season will be Radio Shock Jock Howard Stern. Dave starts …

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John Mulaney heads to Radio City Music Hall for his latest standup special “Kid Gorgeous”. I have always have mixed thoughts on John, loving him in Oh, Hello on Broadway, but hating his sitcom on FOX. Well now he is out there on stage, doing what he’s best at: standup. Talking about he has always been …

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Adam Sandler has a contract with Netflix, and as they get released, they get better and better. It started with the terrible The Ridiculous 6, and then turned into typical Sandler movies with The Do-Over and Sandy Wexler. But as they get better we get Sandler teaming up with Chris Rock for a fantastic comedy. Long …

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Hilarity for Charity is an organization founded by Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller, with the intent to raise money for Alzheimer’s research, in a yearly comedy show. The 2018 edition took place at The Palladium in NYC, and was created for Netflix being released a few weeks ago. If you’d like to donate to …

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Episode 3, with Malala Yousafzai, was a bore, hence why I didn’t write about it… I couldn’t get thru the full episode, as Dave tried humor and it just wasn’t working with her…also, and a likely unpopular opinion, I’m not entirely enthralled with her story. But David Letterman’s special has now reached the second half of …

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La Casa de Papel Part 2 dropped this weekend, and now that the American audiences have clamored over it (after the successful Part 1) Netflix has fully rebranded it as Money Heist and made “English audio” the seeming default for the Spanish language show. Our cast of city named thieves are continuing their takeover of the …

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What if I told you that this show was terrible? Well, that would be false. But if I told you you’d enjoy it, you shouldn’t disagree. But look away, and don’t take in the troubles that the Baudelaire’s have to face in Season 2. The banker (K. Todd Freeman) is still clueless *cough*, the narrator …

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