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TV Guide Magazine March 30, 2020

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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ask matt

With the next-to-last season of Better Call Saul underway, what do you think its legacy will be? It will likely always live in the shadow of Breaking Bad, but it pulled off what seemed impossible: giving Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) such a rich and complex backstory that it could live off the memory of the original while thriving in its own right. While there still might be untapped drama to extract from the Breaking Bad universe, it’s probably best to bring things to a proper close and not tempt fate again. Do you agree? —Todd S. MATT ROUSH: Absolutely. Saul exceeded nearly everyone’s expectations, since it initially felt like a less-is-more character such as Saul was the last person we’d want to spend this much time with. But we hadn’t met…

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plus your feedback

BROAD OPTIONS Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and Tommy—finally, entertaining, well-written and diverse shows that anyone can watch on broadcast! I love my appointment TV, and between these and some great cable shows (Better Things, Better Call Saul, What We Do in the Shadows, etc.), my schedule is full! —Beth COMEDY APPRECIATION Forget the Year of the Rat, 2020 is the Year of the Rabbit! My son and I are loving this show on IFC. It’s shockingly witty and original. —Aimee REAL RESPONDERS I’m enjoying A&E’s Live Rescue. I was surprised to see Matt Iseman as the new host—he is definitely a great fit. —Charlene Email us: letters@tvgm.com COMING NEXT ISSUE NCIS: LOS ANGELES Say it ain’t so! Could beloved boss Hetty (Linda Hunt, above) be on her way out at NCIS: Los Angeles? In TV GUIDE MAGAZINE’s April 13 issue,…

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tv in the age of the coronavirus

WHEN YOU CHANGE the channel after getting the latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic from your preferred news network, you may notice that regular programming is looking, well, rather irregular. Sports, talk shows and scripted and unscripted series are all experiencing cancellations, postponements and production shutdowns lasting at least a few weeks, possibly longer. Here’s how TV will look in the near and distant future. Scripted Series No more Leroy Jethro Gibbs? Weeks without Meredith Grey? That’s what we’re facing if our favorite shows don’t get back into production to wrap up filming their seasons. Upward of 100 series and pilots are on hiatus, including all of the NCIS dramas, FBI and Young Sheldon on CBS; ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and The Goldbergs; NBC’s Chicago franchise, Superstore and Saturday Night Live; Empire…

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fictional outbreaks you may (or may not) enjoy now

The news is dark, we know. Interestingly, our viewing habits seem to be split as a result. Some of us want scary stories about make-believe outbreaks, and others are opting for fare that inspires hope. Depending on which side you’re on, here are 10 movies and TV shows to watch while social distancing at home. THE END IS NEAR 12 MONKEYS (Movie: Vudu; TV show: Hulu) Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt (above) star in the trippy 1995 flick about a time traveler (Willis’ James Cole) who tries to prevent a virus from killing most of humanity. Syfy’s 2015 update, with Aaron Stanford as Cole, ran for four seasons and expanded the mystery in interesting ways. CONTAINMENT (Netflix) A deadly illness breaks out in Atlanta, causing authorities to cordon off a section of the…

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new streaming service quibi

WE’RE ONLY IN the middle of the streaming revolution, and you’re probably spending more hours in front of the TV than ever. Now joining Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+, Disney+ and all the rest is Quibi, which thankfully won’t take up too much of your time. Quibi—as in “quick bites”—will offer programming up to 10 minutes long made exclusively to be viewed on your phone. Television…on your phone? Relax, here’s how to dial in. When does it launch? April 6, 2020 How much does it cost? $4.99 per month with ads; $7.99 per month without. Sign up for the service on quibi.com before April 6 and get a 90-day free trial, which begins at launch. Each subscription works on only one phone at a time. How do I watch? Go to the app store…

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world on fire

SERIES PREMIERE Sunday, April 5, 9/8c, PBS (check local listings at pbs.org) “EVERY WAR’S DIFFERENT, until it’s the same,” barks Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) as a pacifist father, shell-shocked since the Somme. Passing out peace pamphlets in Manchester, England, he’s swimming against the tide: With the invasions of Poland and France, Nazi aggression has stirred the winds of warfare in 1939 and 1940 Europe. The ambitious seven-part Masterpiece series World on Fire covers a lot of ground in its first season, but it still can’t help feeling like every World War II drama you’ve ever seen. With a gaunt Helen Hunt on hand as an exposition machine of an American radio journalist, clinically reciting the latest dire headlines, Fire rarely ignites with dramatic surprise. Still, it’s likely to satisfy an audience willing to…