How about we take a quick peek at how things are going over at Twitter?

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Time to say goodbye to two of the most game-changing shows on TV

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The only red wave that happened last night was the one that splashed ketchup all over Mar-A-Lago’s walls

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‘The Crown,’ ‘Yellowstone,’ ‘The English,’ the series finale of ‘Atlanta’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week.

 

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The cheaper Netflix plan: all the ads and fewer shows. What’s not to love?

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Did bad writing drive Henry Cavill away from ‘The Witcher?’ And if so, who do we fire?

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Henry Cavill is being replaced on ‘The Witcher’ but does Liam Hemsworth even know how to take a bath?

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A ‘House of the Dragon’ creator just doesn’t get why you people love Daemon Targaryen. (Is she watching her own show?)

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‘American Horror Story: NYC,’ ‘The Peripheral,’ ‘House of the Dragon’ finale and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week

 

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An elegy for Comedy Central as we once knew it

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