Matt’s TV Week in Review

Matt's TV Week in Review SEATTLE MED: Welcome, TV peeps, to the November sweeps, late-October edition, where not all stunts are created equal. First ...


Matt’s TV Week in Review
SEATTLE MED: Welcome, TV peeps, to the November sweeps, late-October edition, where not all stunts are created equal. First among non-equals is TV’s still-reigning hospital soap, the durable Grey’s Anatomy, showing it has lost none of its juice — …
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Matt’s TV Week in Review
SEATTLE MED : Welcome, TV peeps, to the November sweeps, late-October edition, where not all stunts are created equal. First among non-equals is TV’s still-reigning hospital soap, the durable Grey’s Anatomy , showing it has lost none of its juice — and neither has the faux-documentary format — in a wrenching and pivotal episode seemingly inspired by last summer’s excellent Boston Med . Or is it …
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Actors love Allen movies, even bad ones
Don’t even bother wondering. I don’t blame you if you ask “How on earth does Woody Allen get people like Anthony Hopkins , Josh Brolin, Naomi Watts and Antonio Banderas to appear in such mediocre comedies?” Forget it. The answer couldn’t be simpler.
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In Colo., Voters of All Stripes Agree That They Hate Negative Campaign Ads
ARVADA, Colo. — This state, where environmentalists and the extractive industries are so often at odds, has been a key battl…
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