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Thursday August 18th 2016
 

People Talking About TV

“Bear in mind that I'm not saying Esmail shouldn’t make the show he wants to make and is making — only that Mr. Robot is devoting an inordinate amount of energy to an aspect of storytelling that's vastly less interesting than the things the tricks are meant to enhance and support. I wouldn't mind seeing a moratorium on this kind of screenwriting for that very reason: It just never works anymore.” Spoiler Alert! Do not read Matt Zoller Seitz’s piece on Mr. Robot, and storytelling “twists” in general, if you haven’t seen the show. (Or The Sixth Sense, or The Usual Suspects.)

 

The Business

The Runways, a show about “a group of motley children who all discover that their parents are part of a super villain secret society known as The Pride” is coming to Hulu. It’s an ABC/Marvel co-production and will be written by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, which is big news for fans of Gossip Girl and The O.C.

Despite what you may have heard, Amy Schemer has clarified that Inside Amy Schumer isn’t cancelled, it’s just on hiatus while she works on other projects.

Comedy Bang! Bang! will end after the fifth season.

With Pivot shutting down, everyone is sad about the fourth season of Please Like Me not having a home. Hulu has the older episodes, so perhaps it will land there. (I highly recommend season 1. Go watch it.)

TIFF’s TV lineup this year will include new episodes of Black Mirror and Transparent.

Casting: Excellent casting! Catherine Zeta-Jones will play Olivia de Havilland in Ryan Murphy’s Feud. Ed Asner and Hal Holbrook will both guest star on the final season of Bones, which yes, is still on. Billy Crudup will play Naomi Watts’ husband on Netflix’s drama Gypsy.

I just want to point out that this week 4.1 million people actually watched Zoo live.



What To Watch

I was going to catch up on The Get Down and Mr. Robot this weekend, but I need to do some trip planning for a vacation I'm going on next month or else I am going to end up sleeping in a car. So, hotel research it is then.

Fear the Walking Dead returns to AMC on Sunday. Based on the trailer, the season looks good, but it still doesn’t tell you which person is going to get killed off by Negan on The Walking Dead.

Tonight is the last episode of Larry Wilmore's The Nightly Show, and Jon Stewart is scheduled to drop by.

If you don’t have a Prime subscription, the pilots for Transparent, Mozart in the Jungle and Man in the High Castle are all on YouTube for free.

I am sad that Lady Dynamite is on this list of the “7 Netflix shows you didn’t know existed,” because Maria Bamford is delightful.

I thought I was the target audience for the Metallica: The Early Years doc, but maybe not, because Spotify, who made it, only has it on the mobile app. Yeah, that is not where I want to watch it. The trailer, which features a lot of hair, is here.

Decider has Hannibal at #65 on their list of the top 100 binge watches, and I am going to take that as an excuse to remind you to watch this show, if you haven’t already. You could watch it all in 1 day, 4 hours, 36 minutes, but for the love of god don’t, that will just make you feel really weird. Either way, it will make you consider buying a flamboyantly plaid suit.

The amazing– but not uplifting– O.J.: Made in America doc is now on Hulu. At the very least, watch it so you will feel bad about making fun of Marcia Clark’s perm, because Marcia Clark might just end up being your new favorite person.

Vulture took a look at the fall TV offerings, and has some suggestions for which ones to keep an eye out for. But don’t worry, I will keep reminding you about Westworld. (I am really excited about Westworld.)


Odds and Ends

The Stranger Things title card generator will definitely kill your productivity for at least 20 minutes, if not more.

Obviously “The Fight” (possibly my favorite episode?) was going to be ranked #1 on this list of the booziest episodes of Parks and Recreation.

The fan-made teaser trailer for an animated Firefly show made me mad at Joss Whedon all over again for killing off Wash for no good reason.

The blooper reel for the latest season of Scandal is more fun than the show.

Someone at Previously TV has the 1999 fall TV issue of Entertainment Weekly, which is fun to revisit. So many leather pants.

Trailers: I am so excited that You’re the Worst is back soon. Happily, everyone is still a total mess. Also, Jimmy drops his iPhone on Gretchen’s face while reading in bed, which is something we’ve all done at least once. I am also super excited about a new season of Drunk History which arrives September 27th. So many insane guest stars. The third season of Empire looks like it’s the Cookie show, which is a good thing. CBS’s MacGyver looks about as ridiculous as you’d expect.

Here’s the newest batch of casting notices for Game of Thrones. Let the speculation begin!


Short one today. It’s like it’s summer or something and people are on vacation. I will be back Tuesday with more. Thanks for reading!

-Alana Cloutier


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