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TV Guide Magazine

TV Guide Magazine June 10, 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 Now that The Big Bang Theory has ended—and quite successfully—my big question is this: Will the series be streaming on Netflix, Prime Video or elsewhere in the future?—Aaron MATT ROUSH: That’s the megamillion-dollar question, and while nothing has been announced, odds are that Big Bang could be a centerpiece of the upcoming streaming service from WarnerMedia, due later this year. This hit sitcom is a crown jewel of the Warner Bros. TV library, along with Friends, which stayed put on Netflix for an extra year after the streaming giant paid dearly ($100 million) for the privilege. Complicating the situation is whether WarnerMedia would forgo what could be very lucrative streaming deals for Big Bang on competing services in order to keep the show exclusive to its own platform. Whatever happens, significant…

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your feedback

FINALE TRIUMPHS Cheers to a great finale episode of Young Sheldon [May 16] that very nearly upstaged the final episode of The Big Bang Theory. Thank God we still have [at least] two more seasons of Young Sheldon to get us through the loss of Big Bang.—Sharon SUMMER LOVIN’ Blood & Treasure is both fun and very interesting. Its premiere [May 21] was two whole hours of excitement. You can’t go wrong with mysteries about antiquities and the exotic places where they are found, stolen and refound.—Shary DELICIOUS MOMENT American Housewife’s musical ode to Westport on the season finale [May 21] was clever and as tasty as a torte.—Susan CORRECTION In our tribute to Tim Conway in the May 27 issue [page 8], the name of Conway’s character on McHale’s Navy, Ensign Charles Parker, was incorrectly listed…

2 min.
your summer reading list

EXCITED ABOUT THE new TV series coming next season? Well, you don’t have to wait to see how all of the stories unfold. Grab a copy of the novels that some of the shows are based on and share them with your book club. Here are six for starters. The Secret of the Old Clock (Nancy Drew, Book 1) by Carolyn Keene The famous sleuth heads to The CW this fall, with Kennedy McMann as the clever teen chasing clues in a murder mystery with a supernatural twist. There are about 200 Nancy Drew books to date (the series launched in 1930!), so start at the beginning. The Good Lord Bird by James McBride Set in 19th-century Kansas, on the brink of the Civil War, the 2013 National Book Award for Fiction…

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daenerys’s last word

Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) was crowned king in Game of Thrones’ May 19 series finale, but we still had burning questions (or questions about burning) for Emilia Clarke, whose Queen Daenerys Targaryen seemed to be a lock for the throne—until she sicced her fiery dragon on the innocent citizens of King’s Landing. Dany’s brutality seemed so out of character. Why did she snap? She’s brutal with her enemies, so this is a logical step. It’s coming from pain, hurt and heartache. That can make people do crazy things. She was broken. What was it like shooting the scene when Jon Snow (Kit Harington) stabbed her? I wanted Daenerys’s last moment to be one of hope, for the audience to see a little flavor of who she was in the beginning. Dany…

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good medicine

Dodo Heroes Saturdays, 9/8c, Animal Planet YOU CAN EXPECT to find a lot of veterinarians on the Animal Planet network: We can’t get enough of cute baby animals in need of human care. But we need them, too—for companionship, for work, for play. Dodo Heroes, now in its second season, goes global with stories about our bond with the animal kingdom. With a focus on rescue operations and sanctuaries, Heroes travels to Ireland for seal pup rescues, Australia for orphaned kangaroos and back home to Pennsylvania for some horse and pony TLC. In the June 15 episode, a 3-year-old baby elephant named Malkia, a two-year resident at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, is ready, everyone hopes, to be reintroduced into the wild. You might already be familiar with the subject of…

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the roush review

@TVGMMattRoush Big Little Lies Secrets unravel in the high-class soap’s irresistible second season Sundays, 9/8c, HBO DELIVERING A SEQUEL to a delicious hit like Big Little Lies requires aiming high. And when your cast already features Oscar and Emmy winners Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, it only makes sense to reach for the pinnacle: Meryl Streep. As Mary Louise Wright, a deceptively mousy paragon of passive-aggressive manipulation, the sly Streep wastes no time getting under the perfectly moisturized and perilously thin skins of the Monterey mom brigade she holds responsible for the mysterious death of her golden-boy son, Perry (Alexander Skarsgård, seen in flashbacks and videos). Unwilling to accept the truth that her offspring was an abusive husband and rapist, she unnerves her damaged daughter-in-law, the nightmare-ravaged Celeste (Kidman), with a primal scream,…