Libby Hill

Los Angeles Times

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TV reporter for the LA Times

Libby Hill on KCRW

Fall TV is officially up and running, and while people are still turning up for linear TV, the general sense of excitement around this year's new shows pales in comparison to last…

Fall TV Fails to Excite, New Faces in Late Night

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