Lesley Goldberg

Hollywood Reporter

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Lesley Goldberg is TV news editor at the Hollywood Reporter.

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Every year, there are more and more scripted TV series for your perusal. Last year brought 532 of them.

What it’s like working in peak TV

Every year, there are more and more scripted TV series for your perusal. Last year brought 532 of them.

from Greater LA

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recently wrapped it’s 15th--yes, 15th!--season on ABC. The medical drama, created by Shonda Rhimes in 2005, is still the number one drama on the network.

'Grey's Anatomy' showrunner Krista Vernoff and writer Elisabeth Finch

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recently wrapped it’s 15th--yes, 15th!--season on ABC. The medical drama, created by Shonda Rhimes in 2005, is still the number one drama on the network.

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The FXX series ‘ You’re the Worst ’ begins with a meet-cute for its protagonists that actually is kind of ugly-cute.

Stephen Falk on the bumpy road that led to critically adored ‘You’re the Worst’

The FXX series ‘ You’re the Worst ’ begins with a meet-cute for its protagonists that actually is kind of ugly-cute.

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