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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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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 14:14

Amazon’s latest a Van Damme good one

“Jean-Claude Van Johnson” an absurd action parody

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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:46

When destiny calls, ‘The Tick’ answers

New Amazon series revives beloved cult superhero

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Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass (“Togetherness,” “The One I Love”) are back with a new HBO series which offers a twist on the anthology TV format. 

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The shadowy world of professional fixers is at the center of Showtime’s hit drama “Ray Donovan.”

The show stars Liev Shreiber in the title role, Irish actress Paula Malcomson as his wife Abby, Oscar winner Jon Voight as his father Mickey and Steven Bauer (“Scarface,” “Breaking Bad”) as his right-hand man Ave.

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For seven entertaining seasons on NBC’s “The Office,” Melora Hardin played Jan Levinson, an edgy Vice President of Sales who often teetered on the edge of reality.

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The second season of CMT’s hit comedy “Still The King” launched last week with two new episodes. The series follows the exploits of Burnin’ Vernon (played by 90’s country star Billy Ray Cyrus), a scandal-ridden one hit-wonder who reinvents himself as one of the country’s finest Elvis impersonators, only to discover that he’s also a father to a 15-year old girl. 

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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, 03 May 2017 10:18

Playing the wife of a 'Genius'

An interview with actress Emily Watson

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Actor and comedian Maz Jobrani describes his experience on the new CBS situation comedy “Superior Donuts” (airing Mondays at 9 p.m.) as “living the dream.”

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