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    The Televerse #54- 2012 Fall TV Preview

    With the 2012–13 TV season officially underway, it’s time for our fall TV preview, where we take a look at all the new network series, day by day, to see what looks good, what is good (of those pilots we’ve been able to see so far), and what it may be best to steer clear of. […] More

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    The Televerse #54- 2012 Fall TV Preview

    With the 2012–13 TV season officially underway, it’s time for our fall TV preview, where we take a look at all the new network series, day by day, to see what looks good, what is good (of those pilots we’ve been able to see so far), and what it may be best to steer clear of. […] More

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    2012 Fall Pilot Review Roundup, Part 1

    September is here and with it, the new fall TV season. After the success of last year’s New Girl, which was released online weeks early and garnered huge ratings for its premiere, FOX and NBC have released several pilots via their websites and Hulu. So while new TV is still a week away, enterprising fans […] More

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    2012 TV Pilot Preview: August

    Thanks to the Olympics, NBC is currently enjoying gangbuster ratings and, understandably, they’ve decided to take advantage of this increased viewer base to launch several of their new series this week. Most of the new fall series won’t be starting up ‘til September, but here’s a look at the August premieres coming up this week. […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Recap: Sunday

    Traditionally, Sunday is the slowest day of ComicCon. Most of the major panels have already happened and many fans opt out of the festivities to head home and rest up a bit before the work week starts up on Monday. Others opt out of at least the morning portion for another reason- the Saturday night […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Recap: Saturday

    All throughout the convention this year, lines were an issue. I mention this at the top because I missed the first two panels I’d intended to cover on Saturday, Warehouse 13 and Once Upon a Time, due to lengthy lines. It’s hard to get an accurate image of the lines without a helicopter, but here’s […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Recap: Friday

    Friday featured perhaps the most highly anticipated event of the Con- the 10th Anniversary Firefly panel. Fans camped out overnight waiting for the line to get into Ballroom 20 to open up. Firefly was the third panel of the day, but as ComicCon has a policy of not clearing out the rooms between each panel, […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Recap: Thursday

    Thursday started off quietly, TV-wise, but kicked into gear in the afternoon, with panels in several different rooms. Here’s a glimpse at some of what Day One had to offer-   Psych Moderated by Tim Omundson, the Psych panel was the most cohesive and smoothly run of the day. It was a laid-back lovefest, with […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Recap: Preview Night

    San Diego Comic Con 2012 officially kicked off Wednesday with badge pick-up at 3pm. For many, Preview Night is a chance to scour the exhibit floor for that particular Con exclusive that’s a must-have or to take care of any shopping that may prove difficult once the larger crowds show up for the official Day […] More

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    The Televerse #44- SDCC 2012 TV Preview

    Louie is back, and not coincidentally, so is our episode spotlight. After a look at the week’s TV, including fun, if not life-changing episodes of So You Think You Can Dance, Futurama, and Wilfred, the premieres of Twenty Twelve, Awkward., and Anger Management, the season finale of Eagleheart, and more mixed episodes of True Blood […] More

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    SDCC 2012 TV Preview

    San Diego International Comic Con is nearly upon us and this year television has as large a presence at the Con as it’s ever had. Last year, Con officials were surprised by the giant crowds who turned out for several of the TV panels, notably Game of Thrones, and they’ve reacted to this, putting most […] More

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