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TV Guide Magazine July 8, 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 I enjoyed the first two seasons of Designated Survivor [on ABC] for their attention to current events and thriller aspects. However, the third season [on Netflix] is very off-putting. The foul language and frequent use of the F-bomb are uncalled for, especially by the older characters and the president. Very disappointing. —Christina MATT ROUSH: Welcome to the streaming world, where, unlike broadcast TV, there are no content restrictions. Some would argue the saltier language better reflects the world in which the characters operate, but it’s definitely a shock to see these earnest characters suddenly become potty mouths. My husband and I were devastated to learn Designated Survivor had been canceled. Now we are even more devastated to learn it’s been revived on Netflix. Not fair! Not everyone has Netflix, or wants to…

1 min.
your feedback

JOLLY JULY A Shoe Addict’s Christmas was one of the best holiday movies ever because of Jean Smart [“The Second Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” June 24, page 18]. She was outstanding as the angel. It will be a joy to watch her again! —Linette PAINFUL GOODBYES I am thrilled to learn we will have a fifth season of Lucifer on Netflix. I am sad to learn that will be its final season, though. With both it and Supernatural ending after their next seasons, I will be whimpering in a corner, feeling bereft. To lose two such incredible shows at about the same time is really going to hurt. —Wendy WINNER, WINNER I want to applaud ABC for their game show reboots. I am enjoying them all: Match Game, The $100,000…

2 min.
race for gold

GONE BUT NOT forgotten. That’s likely to be the case with former Emmy champs Game of Thrones—yes, even after that controversial final season—and Veep, whose endgames on HBO are almost certain to dominate their respective fields when the Emmy nominations are announced July 16. And yet with so much TV, there’s always hope that new shows and stars will break through. Here’s a partial wish list. COMEDY With Atlanta, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Silicon Valley not eligible this year, there are openings for such deserving series as Netflix’s The Kominsky Method (from creator and exec producer Chuck Lorre), a wry comedy about aging with expert performances from Golden Globe winner Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin. (But can Lorre’s top-rated The Big Bang Theory make the cut for its final year? A…

1 min.
pawn stars’ big deal

HAPPY 10TH ANNIVERSARY, Pawn Stars! The Las Vegas–based reality series has showcased the buying and selling of memorabilia and vintage items out of the Harrison family’s World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop since 2009. (The shop itself opened in ’88.) The TV treasure hunt, starring grandpa Richard (who passed in 2018), his son Rick, grandson Corey and family friend Chumlee Russell (above left, with Rick and Corey) is one of History’s highest-rated series—the current Season 16 averages 1.2 million viewers. It’s also spawned spinoffs (American Restoration and Counting Cars), a Facebook game and its own slot machine. Here are more fun stats. 521 Episodes that have aired as of July 1, 2019. 7.7 MILLION Viewers for the most watched episode, which aired January 31, 2011. In the installment, the guys valued…

1 min.
hollywood dispatch

• CBS is developing a drama from executive producer David E. Kelley (The Practice, Big Little Lies) based on the Lincoln Lawyer book series by Michael Connelly. Matthew McConaughey played attorney Mickey Haller in the 2011 movie version. • Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s fashion competition series for Prime Video will be titled Making the Cut and debut next year. Naomi Campbell and Nicole Richie join the former Project Runway costars as judges. • Memo to Dunder Mifflin fans: You have roughly 18 more months to watch The Office on Netflix. Come 2021, all nine seasons of the Emmy-winning 2005–13 NBC comedy will be available only on NBCUniversal’s now-in-the-works streaming site.…

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tastemakers

Chopped Junior Tuesdays, 9/8c Chopped Tuesdays, 10/9c Food Network HERE’S A RECIPE for TV success: Take one accomplished journalist with a passion for food and wine, fold him into a group of multitalented men on the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, allow him to marinate there for a few seasons and then make him the main ingredient of one of Food Network’s most successful cooking competition shows. We’re talking about Ted Allen, of course, the host of Chopped, now in its 10th year, and its four-year-old offspring, Chopped Junior. Allen is the butter that holds together the many layers of each episode—the rotating panel of judges, the eclectic collection of competing cooks and, of course, those mystery baskets that can be filled with a foursome of just about anything edible—and we mean anything. You seem…