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    TV that Home Video Forgot : Boomtown (2002)

    A crime procedural drama set in Los Angeles (sometimes called Boomtown) that is unlike any other show in it’s genre, in that within each episode a crime is investigated and told through the unique perspective of the individuals surrounding the felony, i.e. the criminals, the victims, the policemen, the detectives, the lawyers, the media etc. The story unravels as vignettes, with character title card chapters revealing that character’s side of the investigation. At best, the individual chapters serve as self contained and complete narratives that feed into the main narrative. At worst, a character chapter would break the momentum of the episode. More

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    This is Our Design #28: “Primavera”

    Have a listen as the crew says goodbye to old characters and hello to new characters, along with discussing flashbacks, loneliness and forgiveness. Stick around for “Kate’s Classical Corner” and “The Devil in the Details,” where nothing escapes scrutiny. More

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    Hannibal, Ep. 3.01, “Antipasto”

    “Mizumono”, the tour-de-force finale of Hannibal season two, left fans wrecked, the two year arc of Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter’s relationship reaching its inevitable climax as Will, Abigail, Alana, and Jack lay bleeding out in Hannibal’s home while Hannibal strode off to start his life anew. More

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    KCC: Reitzell’s dreamy, jazzy score adds depth to Hannibal, Ep. 3.01, “Antipasto”

    As a classical musician, I can’t help but be influenced in my interpretation of Hannibal by its amazing score and soundtrack, composed and compiled by music supervisor Brian Reitzell. I’ll be reviewing Hannibal season three for Sound on Sight and along with each review, I’ll be writing up a few notes (or this week—thanks to the sheer volume of music—many, many notes) on the episode’s scoring and soundtrack choices. More

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    This is Our Design #27: “Antipasto”

    This is 2015. This is the Year of the Sheep. This is the summer television season. This is Sound On Sight. This is Our Design. At long last, Hannibal returns to NBC for its third season (a first for visionary creator Bryan Fuller). Accompanying its return is the dedicated podcast co-hosted by Sean Colletti and Kate Kulzick. More

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    ‘Hannibal’ season three gets a new teaser

    The announcement of a new series on NBC focused on famed fictional serial killer and cannibal Dr. Hannibal Lecter left many individuals wary. The news of the involvement of Bryan Fuller, however, who had previously garnered praise for his work on Pushing Daisies and Wonderfalls, assuaged some, as did the casting of Mads Mikkelsen in […] More

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    NBC picks up three new comedies

    NBC has given a series order to three new half-hour comedies to insert into their lineup for the 2015-2016 television season. The channel has handed out series orders for the Mark-Paul Gosselaar-starring People are Talking, the Patrick Warburton-starring Crowded, and the America Ferrera-starring Superstore. People are Talking is created by DJ Nash, whose last series, Growing Up Fisher, was […] More

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    NBC gives early orders for three new drama series for Fall 2015 season schedule

    Within a week ahead of the annual TV Upfronts, NBC has come right out of the gate ready to announce three new series that they will be ordering for the upcoming 2015 Fall season. According to The Futon Criton, NBC has given series orders to three new drama pilots for Chicago Med (a direct spinoff from Chicago Fire), a new Greg Berlanti mystery thriller series called Blindspot and an additional medical drama titled Heartbreaker starring Melissa George. More

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