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From the "Will & Grace” revival to the new James Franco HBO series, these are the fall TV shows we can't wait to see.
This fall, one of the new shows we'll see on CBS is Bull, starring Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull, the founder of a successful trial consulting firm. The series premiere airs Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 9/8c.
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"Maybe she lost it all and she's in jail in Bangkok."
Pamela Adlon's new show “Better Things” is FX’s first comedy series with a solo female lead. It's about time.
After a Golden Globes nod, we can't let this feminist musical comedy be the one that gets away.
The best new drama of the fall season, year two of FX's Fargo, wraps up Monday (10 p.m.) with many fates still on the table. But while the show deserves the avalanche of praise it has received, even a very good show sometimes takes a misstep, and Fargo took a couple this past Monday.
HuffPost Live's "Spoiler Alert" breaks down the worst of this season's offerings.
"If you create something, like the Coen brothers did with their film, that generations will come back to ... that’s what we’ll consider success."