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TV Guide Magazine

TV Guide Magazine June 24, 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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TV Guide Magazine, LLC
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america’s top tv critic matt roush answers your burning questions

@TVGMMattRoush I was surprised that Fox canceled Star, presumably so the network could give more attention to promoting the final season of Empire, also from creator Lee Daniels. Couldn’t they bring the characters from Star over to Empire and wrap up those cliffhangers to bring fans some closure? The shows have crossed over before, and I don’t see why that can’t happen again. There’s even more wiggle room for the Star cast now that Jussie Smollett (Jamal) isn’t a series regular on Empire anymore.—Chris MATT ROUSH: You just might get your wish. While Daniels was unable to find Star a new home on cable or streaming, he did recently post a video on Instagram in which he teased that he would find a way to give fans some closure, adding, “You ain’t…

1 min.
your feedback

SHINE ON While all of the characters on NCIS are interesting in their own way, Ziva [Cote de Pablo] is the spark that lights the show up. From her battles with the English language to her battles with the bad guys, she brings life to the show. Great move by the producers.—Rich MORE ZIVA Let’s hope Ziva [is alive] and not a ghost. I, like millions of fans, felt it wasn’t necessary to kill her character off [in the first place].—David FINAL ACT I was so happy to see one of my favorite shows back on TV—Deadwood [Deadwood: The Movie aired May 31 on HBO]. When it ended so abruptly years ago, so much was left unfinished. It was great seeing the actors re-create their characters and tie up loose ends.—Mary Ann CROWN ROYAL Huzzah to [Lifetime’s]…

2 min.
characters of a certain age

NCIS’S LEROY JETHRO GIBBS. Grace and Frankie’s Grace Hanson and Frankie Bergstein. Blue Bloods’ Frank Reagan. What do these popular TV characters have in common? They’re all over age 50, and viewers can’t get enough of them. While shows focusing on families and young adults dominate, more and more writers are zeroing in on mature characters. It’s a wise move since, according to a 2018 Census Bureau report, by 2030 one-fifth of the U.S. population will be 65 or older. And according to Nielsen, viewers over 65 watch more TV—nearly seven hours a day—than any other age group. “There’s such a wealth of stories to be told in this demographic,” said producer Brent Miller (One Day at a Time) at the June 9 “Better With Age” panel during Austin’s ATX…

2 min.
foul-weather friend

METEOROLOGIST JIM CANTORE is uncharacteristically cloudy on the date: On either July 13 or 14, he begins his 34th year at the Weather Channel. But the man who has long been television’s face—and, at times, the wind-beaten and prone body—of storms from Irma to Katrina to Michael is quite exact on what can happen during the hurricane season that began June 1 and stretches to November 30. “Weather can be both beautiful and beastly in the same hour,” he says. “It kills us that we can’t control it.” What we can do, says the man who has seen 98 hurricanes in his tenure and spends an average of 30 to 40 days in the field from August to mid-October covering storms, is stay prepared. You already know to have a supply…

1 min.
for the record

SERIES PREMIERES Martin Clunes’ Islands of America June 24, Acorn TV Years and Years June 24, 9/8c, HBO The Hills: New Beginnings June 24, 10/9c, MTV Killer Affair June 25, 8/7c, Oxygen The Rook June 30, 8/7c, Starz What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage June 30, 9:30/8:30c, Fox The Loudest Voice June 30, 10/9c, Showtime Cupcake Championship July 1, 9/8c, Food Network SEASON PREMIERES Legion June 24, 10/9c, FX Final Space June 24, 11:30/10:30c, Adult Swim Big Brother June 25, 8/7c, CBS Chopped Junior June 25, 9/8c, Food Network Are You the One? June 26, 9/8c, MTV Dope June 28, Netflix Instant Hotel June 28, Netflix Divorce July 1, 10/9c, HBO Young Justice: Outsiders July 2, DC Universe Man v. Food July 2, 10/9c, Cooking Channel Stranger Things July 4, Netflix Revenge Body With Khloé Kardashian July 7, 9/8c, E! RENEWALS Dead to Me Netflix Floribama Shore MTV Russian Doll Netflix Vida Starz CANCELLATIONS Deadly Class Syfy Happy! Syfy The…

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america’s most watched 25 top shows

Eve Slays the Ratings Killing Eve killed it with fans during its recently completed second season. Airing on both BBC America and sister network AMC, the drama—about the twisted relationship between MI6 operative Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh, above) and assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer)—delivered the highest percentage growth season-to-season of any returning U.S. drama in the last three years. When factoring in seven days of DVR and on-demand watching, Season 2 averaged 1.8 million viewers per episode, up 87 percent from last year. HBO’s Monday Success HBO, which traditionally airs its original series on Sundays, took a gamble with the miniseries Chernobyl and scheduled it on Mondays instead. The risk paid off. The account of the 1986 USSR nuclear plant disaster, which stars Stellan Skarsgård and Jared Harris (above), concluded June 3 and averaged…