Alan Sepinwall

Rolling Stone Chief TV Critic

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Alan Sepinwall on KCRW

More than 60 new TV series are debuting this month, and basically none of them are on broadcast TV. Apple TV+ launched last week. Disney+ is launching next Tuesday.

The mad rush to recreate Netflix is making TV more expensive

More than 60 new TV series are debuting this month, and basically none of them are on broadcast TV. Apple TV+ launched last week. Disney+ is launching next Tuesday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

We’re just a month into 2019, but it’s already shaping up to be a great year for TV. There are new shows like “Sex Education” on Netflix and old favorites like “Broad City.”

Best TV shows of 2019 so far: Why ‘Sex Education’ isn’t just a raunchy teen comedy

We’re just a month into 2019, but it’s already shaping up to be a great year for TV. There are new shows like “Sex Education” on Netflix and old favorites like “Broad City.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Network TV shows are coming back from the long holiday hiatus. But with all the streaming services and their new releases, did anyone notice they were gone?

Which network TV shows can still excite us?

Network TV shows are coming back from the long holiday hiatus. But with all the streaming services and their new releases, did anyone notice they were gone?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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