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[This story contains spoilers from Agents of SHIELD‘s season five finale, “The End.”] There is no Agents of SHIELD without Phil Coulson … or is there? Clark Gregg’s fan-favorite from the Marvel Cinematic Universe helped launch the comic book powerhouse into TV with the ABC drama five years ago. But Friday’s season five finale seemingly
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“She’s completely ruthless and she’s on a mission,” the star tells THR about Dolores, the “highly tactical” host at the heart of the HBO series. [This story contains spoilers for season two, episode three of HBO’s Westworld, called “Virtù e Fortuna.”] Welcome to Westworld, Wyatt. Throughout the first season of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s HBO drama,
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[This story contains spoilers from the first season of 13 Reasons Why.] Netflix’s breakout teen suicide drama 13 Reasons Why will look very different when season two is unspooled May 18. Following its controversial first season — which featured the suicide of teenager Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) and the 13 cassette tapes of clues she left
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Daniel Fienberg: At the Emmys last fall, five of seven Outstanding Drama Series nominees were first-year shows. While you probably could have predicted that type of acclaim for the Netflix prestige costumer (The Crown), the others felt like outliers. A broadcast network tearjerker? A dystopic nightmare from a streamer that had never been an Emmy
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With the pickup, the Shonda Rhimes medical drama becomes ABC’s longest-running series ever. It’s official: Grey’s Anatomy will return for the 2018-19 broadcast season. ABC announced the formal renewal for the medical drama late Friday at the wrap party for the Shonda Rhimes drama. With the season 15 renewal, Grey’s Anatomy becomes ABC’s longest-running primetime
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Ahead of the April 1 season finale, THR breaks down how the season could end. [This story contains spoilers through the first nine episodes of Starz’s Counterpart.] “Love the lie.” On Starz’s breakout spy-fi drama Counterpart, that one phrase sums up the state of practically all of the interpersonal relationships presented in the J.K. Simmons
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