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TV Guide Magazine

TV Guide Magazine May 13, 2019

TV Guide Magazine tells you what’s worth watching. With its unparalleled access and authority, it's the only publication devoted exclusively to television. It includes celebrity interviews, in-depth previews, sneak peeks and authoritative reviews from critic Matt Roush.

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america’s top tv critic matt roush answers your burning questions

@TVGMMattRoush Do you think the fact that we’re heading into an election year will have an impact on whether CBS renews Madam Secretary? The argument in favor: It capitalizes on our increased attention to the world of politics while providing a cathartic, somewhat idealized version of the world. Against: People will be sick of politics and won’t choose this as their go-to entertainment. I personally am hoping for renewal, as there is a ton of territory to mine with a McCord presidential campaign. —Kirsten MATT ROUSH: At press time, CBS had yet to announce a decision (and may not until its May 15 upfront presentation). But I’m with you that the series has earned a sixth season to tell the story of Elizabeth McCord’s (Téa Leoni) run for the highest office. Canceling Madam…

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your feedback

TRIPLE THREAT As a fan of the old MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum, P.I., I want to say how much I love the new shows [April 29, page 16]! These men have taken on the task of making us fall in love with these characters all over again. And we have! —Karen MYSTERY ADDICT Thank you for featuring Kellie Martin [April 29, page 18]. I’ve been a fan since [the movie series] Mystery Woman, which I think paved the way for all the mysteries now on my favorite channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. —Janet Email us: letters@tvgm.com…

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all in the family and the jeffersons go live!

THOSE WERE THE days, indeed. TV sitcoms don’t get much more iconic than legendary writer-producer Norman Lear’s thought-provoking All in the Family (1971–79) and its groundbreaking spinoff The Jeffersons (1975–85). And now they’re back—albeit for one night only. One episode of each (still to be announced as of press time) will be recreated by current stars in the 90-minute special Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons on May 22 (8/7c, ABC), produced by Lear and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. “It was Jimmy’s idea,” Lear tells TV GUIDE MAGAZINE. Once Lear—the man known for “changing the face of American television,” per fellow executive producer Brent Miller—heard the pitch, he didn’t think twice about giving his blessing. And signing on: He and Kimmel…

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going out with a bang

IT REALLY IS OVER. After 12 seasons, 279 episodes and countless bazingas, The Big Bang Theory shot its series finale on April 30 at Warner Bros. Studio’s Stage 25 in Los Angeles. The last exploits of Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and their pals air May 16 (8/7c, CBS)—and we predict fans will need Kleenex. We say that because we were among those holding back waterworks at a nearly three-hour taping that was both joyous and sad. As for the sometimes weepy actors, they held nothing back as they performed in front of an audience of friends, family and diehard fans, some of whom waited more than 14 hours to get in. “I cannot cry another tear,” Cuoco told us the following day. While Sheldon’s wrath would…

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ken kercheval 1935–2019

EVERY GREAT TV villain needs a pestersome foil—and few were as memorable as Dallas’s hapless Cliff Barnes, the perennial thorn in J.R. Ewing’s (Larry Hagman) side. Ken Kercheval, who died of pneumonia at age 83 on April 21, played Barnes throughout the hit primetime serial’s entire 1978–91 run on CBS. “I think that Barnes is probably the most determined person up against the meanest foe on television,” he told TV GUIDE MAGAZINE in 1985, at the height of Dallas’s popularity. “Barnes never gives up. When people say, ‘When are you going to get J.R.?,’ I tell them I slept with his wife for a year and a half. I don’t think that’s something to be forgotten!” Though J.R. had a deflating quip for each encounter—“Oh, Barnes, you just get dumber and…

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for the record

SERIES PREMIERES L.A.’s Finest May 13, Spectrum Originals Say Yes to the Nest May 13, 10/9c, HGTV The Employables May 15, 10/9c, A&E Catch-22 May 17, Hulu Blood & Treasure May 21, 9/8c, CBS The Butcher May 22, 10/9c, History Christina on the Coast May 23, 9/8c, HGTV The Name of the Rose May 23, 10/9c, SundanceTV Pitching In May 24, Acorn TV What/If May 24, Netflix SEASON PREMIERES Line of Duty May 13, Acorn TV The Bachelorette May 13, 8/7c, ABC Best Baker in America May 13, 9/8c, Food Network Paid Off With Michael Torpey May 13, 10/9c, truTV Good Bones May 14, 9/8c, HGTV Southern Charm May 15, 8/7c, Bravo Wahlburgers May 15, 9/8c, A&E Fleabag May 17, Prime Video Nailed It! May 17, Netflix White Gold May 17, Netflix Beat Shazam May 20, 8/7c, Fox Pawn Stars May 20, 10/9c, History Man Fire Food May 22, 9/8c, Cooking Channel Elementary May 23,…