Joe Adalian

host of KCRW’s Screengrab

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The hosts of KCRW’s “Screengrab,” Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian, share their favorite TV shows of the year.

Best TV shows of 2019: ‘Watchmen,’ ‘Fleabag,’ and more

The hosts of KCRW’s “Screengrab,” Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian, share their favorite TV shows of the year.

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The hosts of KCRW’s “Screengrab,” Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian, share their favorite TV shows of the year.

Best TV shows of 2019: ‘Watchmen,’ ‘Fleabag,’ and more

The hosts of KCRW’s “Screengrab,” Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian, share their favorite TV shows of the year.

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