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by Jessica Pena, January 17, 2020 Facebook Watch is making some major cuts. Deadline reports the streaming service is cancelling both Sorry For Your Loss and Limetown. A dark comedy, Sorry For Your Loss stars Elizabeth Olsen as “a young widow struggling to put her life back together after her husband’s loss.” The cast also includes Kelly Marie Tran, Jovan
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If you have not heard about Anne with an E by now, you must be living under a rock, or maybe you are not on Twitter. Anne with an E is a Netflix/CBC television show that was based on the popular classic novel, Anne of Green Gables. If you have never heard of the book,
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There are a lot of secret siblings on television. Plenty of TV shows tend to build their foundation on common tropes such as the cringe-worthy love triangle trope and the long lost sibling trope.  If you need to stir up some drama, especially in a campy teen series, there’s no better way than by bringing
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This week, we suffered a tragic loss. Our Twitter account got deleted. Yes. We have all had moments of silence (and some shrieking). Our reaction mileage varies! We do not know why it got deleted, but we did get the handle back. We have a lot of work to do to get it back to
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The best thing about The Good Doctor is the way it perfectly intertwines the characters’ personal and professional lives. The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 11 had everything that makes this show great. Both Claire and Shaun had interesting cases that dovetailed nicely with their personal dilemmas. I’d be thrilled with it even if Shaun didn’t
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RELATED STORIES In the first episode of Showtime’s Work in Progress, Abby (played by Abby McEnany) tells her therapist “if things don’t get better” within 180 days, she’s going to end her life. “I’m surrounded by people who are like, full selves,” she monologues, “and I’m like, this building that has been delayed,” an eyesore
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In response to the devastation caused by the widespread, ongoing bushfires in Australia, BBC America announced Friday that it will now launch its latest nature documentary series, Seven Worlds, One Planet, with the episode centered on Australia. The series, which is narrated by Sir David Attenborough, makes its U.S. debut Saturday, Jan. 18 and focuses
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