Well, that was fast: Our favorite sexy nerd has a new nerd job!

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I swear to the TV gods, you better have voted.

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We want Houston!

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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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I know I’m the recapper, but someone is going to have to tell me what happened on ‘House of the Dragon’ last night because I couldn’t see a damn thing

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Only three episodes in and we’ve already lost one ‘House of the Dragons’ showrunner …

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NBC is considering giving up an entire primetime hour and CNN lurches to the right as the TV landscape continues to change

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Will this convince you to subscribe to Peacock?

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Sean Bean said some weird things about intimacy coordinators, and actresses had thoughts.

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UPDATED WITH DATES: What You’ll Be Watching on NBC This Fall

 

Welcome back to a proper Upfronts season, the moment when network TV reveals all their secret plans for the fall television season (such as it is anymore). In the wake of a destructive pandemic and in the face of the inevitable takeover of streaming, networks are playing it safer and safer: canceling fewer shows, ordering fewer comedies, and greenlighting familiar titles.

NBC is a great example of this, having ordered only three new series (so far); two of which are sequels to popular 80s titles, and the other helmed by a familiar name in the business. NBC still has a pretty lengthy list of pilots they are considering for the midseason, so stay tuned.

This post will be updated with trailers and premiere dates as they become available.

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