Always Be Watching - 05 August 2017
Wasn't Kübler-Ross DJ's friend in Full House?
I've almost reached stage 5 of my grief - acceptance. I'm not quite there yet though - I do find myself trying to make bargains with the world still. 

You see, I'm off to the US in just over a week. I had plans to fulfil the life-long dream and attend a taping of The Late Show at the Ed Sullivan Theatre. But Colbert is off that week. I'd told myself that if Colbert wasn't to happen, at least I'd still be able to see a taping of John Oliver's Last Week Tonight. But...that'll be dark the same week. 

At least I have Seth Meyers tickets....

*tumbleweeds*

I will be in LA and New York from 14th August - if anyone has recommendations of things to do, please get in contact. Apparently I have some time up my sleeve now.

Dan Barrett
-Newsletter editor and TV watching guy
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New & returning shows this week
The Sinner – USA Network (US)
A young mother tries to find out what's causing her to have violent tendencies.

The unexpected success of the exceptional Mr Robot appears to have caught USA Network flat-footed with the network only now launching another dark drama. Matt Zoller Seitz from Vulture gave it one heck of a review, suggesting that the show completely turns against any expectations a viewer may have of a drama starring Jessica Biel.

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The Guest Book – TBS (US)
For a tiny cottage in a tiny town, this place sure is going to see a lot of baggage. Each episode, new guests will bring their own special brand of crazy to this new TBS comedy from My Name Is Earl creator Greg Garcia.

Launching just a week after the very similar-in-concept HBO show Room 104, it's hard to be wildly enthused about this show. Fans of My Name is Earl are encouraged to give this one a look.
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For your consideration
The new series will consist of eight hourlong episodes, each of which will tell a standalone story with no recurring plot elements or actors. Each episode will tell the stories of people in contemporary times who believe they are descendants of the imperial family that ruled Russia from 1613 until the Bolsheviks seized power in 1917.
The actress may reprise her role as Barbara Kolstad in future episodes. The change comes as the show prepares to add three other series regulars for season two.
The third season won’t be here until October 11, 2017 — making fans wait an agonizing 13 months since the second season wrapped.
One more thing...
Don't get too excited about a revival of 30 Rock, The Office, or The West Wing just yet...
NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt's revival wish list includes quite a few classics. Greenblatt revealed he has approached people about potential revivals of The Office, 30 Rock, and The West Wing, although he says that nothing is in the works right now.
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