Damian Holbrook

TV Guide Magazine

Senior writer for TV Guide Magazine.

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The fall TV season is here, which means lots of new shows and returning favorites.

Fall TV shows worth watching: ‘This Is Us,’ ‘Supernatural,’ ‘Devils’

The fall TV season is here, which means lots of new shows and returning favorites.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Emmy nominations are out today. Twenty-six nominations go to HBO’s superhero limited series “Watchmen,” starring Regina King and Jeremy Irons.

Emmy nominations 2020: Surprises, snubs, possible winners

The Emmy nominations are out today. Twenty-six nominations go to HBO’s superhero limited series “Watchmen,” starring Regina King and Jeremy Irons.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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