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Entertainment Weekly January 11, 2019

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the tv show, movie, album, or book i’m most looking forward to in 2019 is . . .

KATIE HASTY Senior Editor, Movies • Little Women Actors like Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, and Timothée Chalamet, all directed by Greta Gerwig? Christmas 2019 can’t come soon enough. ALEX SUSKIND Senior Editor, Music • Grimes’ new album If her new single, “We Appreciate Power,” is any indication, it will be fierce as hell. DAN SNIERSON Senior Writer • Veep’s final season Can Selina not-so-masterfully maneuver her way back into presidential power—and what next-level insults will be hurled at Jonah? ERICA BONKOWSKI Associate Art Director • Stranger Things 3 Excited to see what happens in Hawkins now that the gang is back together and school is out. After all, nothing says summer vacation like a trip to the Upside Down! MICHELE ROMERO Senior Photo Editor • Game of Thrones’ final season I’m already anxious about the characters who won’t make it out of the final season…

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sound bites

“Screw ’em...the educated people in their fancy houses who name their kids after fruit and climb Kilimanjaro!” —Maya (Jennifer Lopez), expressing outrage, in Second Act “Sometimes when we meet our heroes, it doesn’t always pan out, you know, how you hope. But meeting Reba, being friends with her, and eventually becoming family has been one of the highlights of my life.” —Kelly Clarkson, honoring her mother-in-law Reba McEntire, at the Kennedy Center Honors “In the end, there are only two types of people: the a--holes and the dead.” —Douglas (John Malkovich), summing up his end-of-the-world philosophy, in Bird Box “I shoulda never let him play Grand Theft Auto .” —Geoffrey (Ryan Sands), chasing a stolen car driven by his son, on Marvel’s Runaways “You look like the Hamburglar.” —Lyle (Eric…

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the must list

1 TV GROWN-ISH Vacation is over for Yara Shahidi’s Zoey as she faces the challenges of being a college sophomore (the roommates! the relationships!). In the colorful black-ish spin-off’s new season, there isn’t a slump in sight. (Freeform, Wednesdays, 8 p.m.) Q + A YARA SHAHIDI The 18-year-old actress, activist, and student gives EW’s Chancellor Agard the 411 on season 2 How does this season differ from your first? What differs the most is that every character gets to expand. Season 1 was very much about Zoey finding her footing as a freshman. [We] have such a lovely cast of humans, and in season 2 every person gets their own story line in a really fascinating way. Do you feel as though the cast has gotten closer this season? I feel like you hear it from everybody everywhere: “Oh,…

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year-end splash

THE RESULTS OF 2018’S CLIMACTIC HOLIDAY box office showdown contained so many shocks, it’s tough to pick which outcome rattled Hollywood the most. Was it that perpetual superhero underdog Aquaman became a hit, marching steadily toward the $1 billion worldwide mark? Was it that the long-awaited re-pairing of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly in Holmes & Watson was found dead at the scene in one of the worst-reviewed titles of the year? Or was it simply that the late-December cinema surge pushed 2018 over the $41 billion mark, making it the highest-grossing year of all time at the movies globally? “This was one of the most confounding and unpredictable years ever,” says comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian. “But the narrative that the small screen [with services like Netflix] is…

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going out with a bang

Look at it this way: They may finally fix the elevator. Though CBS wasn’t exactly jonesing for The Big Bang Theory to end after 12 seasons—it’s TV’s longest-running multicamera sitcom—the writers are giddy about the chance to go out on top. Here are 26 reasons TBBT remains the most popular comedy on TV. A AMY FARRAH FOWLER Mayim Bialik OCCUPATION Neurobiologist at Caltech. BIGGEST BREAKTHROUGHS Bedding and domesticating Sheldon; making tiaras great again. ESSENTIAL EPISODES “The Lunar Excitation” (S3, Ep 23) Sheldon and Amy first meet; “The Proposal Proposal” (S11, Ep 1) the lovers are finally engaged; “The Bow Tie Asymmetry“ (S11, Ep 24) Sheldon and Amy get married. B BAZINGA It took only 12 seasons before fans learned the origin story of Sheldon’s favorite word, and the answer actually came in the Dec. 6…

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winter tv preview

I AM THE NIGHT NETWORK TNT DATE 1.28 TIME 9PM GENRE NEW DRAMA WHEN PRODUCTION WRAPPED ON WONDER WOMAN , director Patty Jenkins and actor Chris Pine weren’t ready to say goodbye, so the two decided to find another project to work on while waiting for their movie’s supersequel to be greenlit. The result is I Am the Night, a noir drama set in the 1960s. The six-episode limited series is inspired by the life of Fauna Hodel, a woman who was given away at birth and, as a teen, discovered she was born into a family linked to the prime suspect in the infamous 1940s Black Dahlia murder mystery. India Eisley stars as Fauna, while Pine plays a fictional reporter who is investigating Fauna’s incredibly secretive family. Here executive producers Jenkins, 47, and Pine,…