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Finally, a show that breaks from all those negative stereotypes of the undead/reanimated/what-have-you.
Sgt. James Hayes arrives at a his small town cemetery to investigate an unusual call: a local boy witnessed a few folks crawling out of their graves..(Read More)..

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Carrying on from the successes of nostalgia-core original series Stranger Things and The Get Down, Netflix brings forward its most recent foray into the mid-late 20th Century with GLOW, the unlikely story of the wrestling show that could..(Read More)..

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Zombies are big these days, in a way that even the late George A. Romero could have ever predicted. And a lot of that, for better or worse, is thanks to AMC’s smash hit The Walking Dead..(Read More)..

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Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) has been in an underground bunker for 15 years, kept prisoner/unwilling cult member by a megalomaniac “reverend”..(Read More)..

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Life on earth has been devastated by a virus. Everything and everyone is dead. Except Phil Miller (Will Forte), a slacker and a fool, and the last man on earth..(Read More)..

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To get it out of the way: yes, it’s that series with the British PM and the pig on broadcast television..(Read More)..

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The O.J. Simpson trial for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, his ex-wife, and Ron Goldman will remain infamous for longer than initially thought, given his only slight celebrity status..(Read More)..

Hank Azaria is again behind the microphone, but this time in front of the camera in IFC’s new series Brockmire. (Read More…)

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HBO’s flagship non-government-themed comedy returns for its fourth season at the end of the month, so now’s the time to get in the loop (that was very clever wordplay if you know your BBC spinoffs and remakes). (Read More…)

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Here are just a few amazing words we now have because of the Battlestar Galactica franchise: frack (and variations, including frackhead, motherfrakker etc.; a curse word); toaster (as a pejorative for robots); skinjob (in reference to a robot passing for human)..(Read More)..

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