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Wednesday, 17 January 2018 13:24

New to view – 18 new shows for 2018

Remember when the fall television lineups were all that mattered?

It wasn't so long ago that that autumn offerings were the be-all and end-all of new TV. Shows that made their debuts in January were considered little more than filler, with the term “midseason replacement” taking on a derogatory tone.

However, as the ways in which we consume television have changed, so too have our attitudes regarding when shows join their respective lineups. Instead of an afterthought, this second season has become a viable entity in its own right, with loads of interesting programming arriving on your screens of choice.

Broadcast networks, premium and basic cable outlets, streaming services - everybody has something for the viewer looking for something new to consume this winter. If nothing else, it seems likely that all tastes - highbrow, lowbrow and everything in-between - will be addressed.

Have a look at some of the intriguing options that are en route.

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In her role as attorney Kim Wexler on AMC’s “Better Call Saul,’”Rhea Seehorn is one of the best reasons to own a television. When she appears on the screen, you can’t take your eyes off her. 

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Wednesday, 05 December 2012 14:41

John Slattery From Mad Men' to Millinocket

As Roger Sterling on 'Mad Men,' AMC's chronicle of the inner workings of a high-pressure New York City ad agency, John Slattery plays a hilariously sly heart attack-prone, heavy smoking and drinking womanizer. But in real life, he is nothing like Sterling, right? 'I'd like to think so, but there's probably a lot of me in that character,' Slattery says. 'Half the things he does would land you in jail right now. It's a lot of fun to play.'

Slattery plays an altogether different character in his latest film, 'In Our Nature,' in theatres Dec. 7. The movie centers around two couples. Slattery is Gil, the estranged father of Seth. Father and son unexpectedly come together with their respective girlfriends for a weekend at the family cabin. 'When dad and his son see each other, they immediately want to leave, but the two women persuade them to stay,' Slattery told me.

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