Screengrab

Screengrab

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Screengrab is a new KCRW commentary segment hosted by veteran TV journalists Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian. Each week, they'll have a lively discussion about the evolving world of television and that screens -- be they tablets, phones or TV sets -- increasingly dominate our lives.

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If you watched the Golden Globes this year, you may have noticed a lot of speeches got bleeped.

The " Jeopardy!" GOAT tournament is doing huge ratings for ABC.

What does the television industry hold for 2020? Mike and Joe share their predictions.

We've talked about streaming wars a lot in the past couple of months, but really, streaming is the story of the decade in TV.

It used to be that actors would only get $1 million per TV episode in the later seasons of super successful, long-running shows like "Friends" or "The Big Bang Theory."

Netflix got us all hooked on binging, but some of the newer entries in the streaming wars are going a different direction.

They were once one company, then broken up, but now Shari Redstone is re-combining CBS and Viacom.

It's the annual Screengrab Thanksgiving episode, the 2019 edition! This year Mike and Joe are thankful for some new dramas and retro comedies.

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