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TV Guide Magazine July 6, 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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america’s top tv critic matt roush answers your burning questions

@TVGMMattRoush When I started watching the first season of The Carol Burnett Show on Prime Video [“Funny Business,” June 8], I noticed the episodes were only 30 minutes. I thought maybe the series expanded to 60 minutes later, but the second episode ended with Carol in an outfit not seen earlier in the show and Liza Minnelli taking a bow with the regular cast members. Any idea why these aren’t full episodes? —Annette MATT ROUSH: It’s the same reason that when the classic variety show went into syndication it was a half hour rather than an hour—music rights. The digital relaunch on the Prime Video and Shout! Factory platforms is a big deal because, for the first time, all 11 seasons are available for streaming, including several episodes missing since the original…

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readers’ letters

MISSED ONE! Your Cheer for late-night hosts taping shows from their homes [June 22, “Cheers & Jeers”] had one glaring absence—The Late Show’s Stephen Colbert. His interviews are still snappy, the video is sharp, and once in a while we get to see his dog, Benny. —Peggy DON’T GO I sure hope NBC doesn’t cancel Council of Dads. It’s a great summer replacement for This Is Us. It’s finely written and has great acting. —Betty GET SLEUTHIN’ With Perry Mason starting anew, and other TV mysteries, “watercooler talk” will probably begin again. My idea would be to have the first portion of an episode solve the previous week’s mystery. Then, the remainder of the hour would show a new case that would end the following week. That premise should get viewers to…

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will new rules kill daytime romance?

IMAGINE THIS SCENE on your favorite soap: The leading man leans in to his beloved and, as music swells, he bestows a passionate kiss on…a blow-up doll? Don’t laugh—new protocols to get shutdown series back in production are bringing big changes. On June 12, Hollywood unions released a report outlining strict guidelines that TV shows (dark since mid-March due to the pandemic) must follow to get cameras rolling again, including social distancing for cast and crew, frequent testing and forgoing a studio audience. Five days later, the CBS daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful was the first U.S. broadcast series to restart production. B&B executive producer Bradley Bell has said that along with testing and studio modifications, he will keep his actors at least 8 feet apart at all times. But…

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final pieces in place for fall tv

ABC and NBC recently announced their 2020–21 schedules, joining CBS, Fox and The CW. Premiere dates are TBD, but here’s how fall is shaping up. THE CONNERS PACK UP ABC is shifting the blue-collar hit from Tuesday to anchor Wednesday at 9/8c—a move that’s “a no-brainer,” says Karey Burke, president of ABC Entertainment. The Bachelorette takes over two hours on Tuesday, but the absence of the night’s comedy block isn’t permanent, Burke promises. Meanwhile, CBS will stick with a Thursday sitcom lineup (Young Sheldon, Mom, The Unicorn and new entry B Positive). REALITY RULES Reality shows “are proving easier to plan for [than scripted series],” says Burke, noting producers are working out how to shoot shows that utilize “intimate spaces,” like Dancing With the Stars. Also for fall: Fox’s MasterChef Junior, CBS’s Survivor, The…

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in the works

• Hard Knocks, the HBO docuseries that follows a pro football team through the preseason, will spotlight both the L.A. Rams and the L.A. Chargers this year. Hard Knocks: Los Angeles kicks off August 11. • Smurftastic news! Nickelodeon is reviving the little blue guys for a new animated series. The Smurfs is set to premiere next year. • The Golden Globes, to be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, are now scheduled for February 28, while the Oscars have been pushed to April 25. The Emmys, with host Jimmy Kimmel, are set to air September 20. • HBO Max is developing an anthology series based on the Malcolm Gladwell nonfiction title Outliers, which examines what makes people successful. The first subject: Dr. Anthony Fauci.…

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the roush review

@TVGMMattRoush Hanna The chase thriller’s second season sends new teen killers into the field SEASON PREMIERE Friday, July 3, Prime Video SPY FANS FIGURED it was only a matter of time before the genetically enhanced fugitive Hanna (the quietly intense Esmé Creed-Miles) would get an alias. Even before she temporarily becomes “Mia Wolff”—an in-joke referring to wolf DNA—this relentless thriller reminded me in all the best ways of Alias, and not just because Hanna can change up her looks like a junior Sydney Bristow. As in that female-driven espionage classic (2001–06), Hanna seamlessly fuses action with emotion, a thrill ride led by a damaged soul. They don’t come much more broken than Hanna. As the second season opens, she dedicates herself to protecting Clara (Yasmin Monet Prince), a fellow refugee from Utrax, the rogue CIA program…