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TV in 2013: Standout Performances

Welcome to the TV in 2013 roundtable. Like last year, I’ve assembled a group of critics, friends, and television lovers to reflect on the year that was. Throughout December, we’ll discuss a variety of TV-related topics, covering the highs, lows, and everything in between. You can find all the entries here. Cory Barker: Let’s move on … Continue reading

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TV in 2013 Roundtable: Biggest Surprises

Welcome to the TV in 2013 roundtable. Like last year, I’ve assembled a group of critics, friends, and television lovers to reflect on the year that was. Throughout December, we’ll discuss a variety of TV-related topics, covering the highs, lows, and everything in between. You can find all the entries here. Cory Barker: Let’s start … Continue reading

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TV in 2013 Roundtable: Most Memorable Things

Welcome to the TV in 2013 roundtable. Like last year, I’ve assembled a group of critics, friends, and television lovers to reflect on the year that was. Throughout December, we’ll discuss a variety of TV-related topics, covering the highs, lows, and everything in between. You can find all the entries here. Cory Barker: We’ve reconvened … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad Series Finale Roundtable: Endings, Legacies, and More

In case you were concerned that there wasn’t enough Breaking Bad analysis out there on the Internet, I gathered up some of the usual roundtable suspects to talk about the series finale “Felina,” the final run of episodes, and BrBa‘s overall legacy. This is a lengthy discussion, full of diverse insights. I ended up not saying a whole … Continue reading

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2012-2013 Season Wrap-Up Roundtable: Shows We Will Miss The Most

Now that the 2012-13 TV season is “officially” over, I thought I’d get some folks together and talk about a bunch of different things that happened between September and May. This is the 2012-13 season wrap roundtable. Previously on the roundtable: Defining individuals of the season Cory: Every season, a number of shows say goodbye. Some … Continue reading

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2012-2013 Season Wrap-Up Roundtable: Defining Individuals of the Season

Now that the 2012-13 TV season is “officially” over, I thought I’d get some folks together and talk about a bunch of different things that happened between September and May. This is the 2012-13 season wrap roundtable. Previously on the roundtable: Shows changing over the season Cory: When you think back on this season, who … Continue reading

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2012-2013 Season Wrap-Up Roundtable: Shows Changing over the Season

Now that the 2012-13 TV season is “officially” over, I thought I’d get some folks together and talk about a bunch of different things that happened between September and May. This is the 2012-13 season wrap roundtable. Previously on the roundtable: Falling behind, letting go Cory: Moving on to our second topic, let’s focus on … Continue reading

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2012-13 Season Wrap-Up Roundtable: Falling Behind and Letting Go

Now that the 2012-13 TV season is “officially” over, I thought I’d get some folks together and talk about a bunch of different things that happened between September and May. This is the 2012-13 season wrap roundtable.  Cory Barker: There has been a lot of discussion this season about the glut of good TV. Alan … Continue reading

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Chitchat: Reflecting on the end of Fringe

In the aftermath of Fringe’s series finale, I exchanged some emails with friend of the site Cameron White.  Cory: Well Cameron, Fringe is over. The 13-episode final season had its ups and downs (which we’ll get to), but the finale played it pretty straight. There weren’t too many BIG surprises and the emotional beats carried the … Continue reading

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2013 TV Predictions Roundtable: The Biggest Story of the Year

After the success of the TV in 2012 roundtable, most everyone wanted to keep chatting about television, so we figured we’d roll it all over and talk about TV’s future in the coming months. This is the predictions roundtable. Cory Barker: Next, I thought we could do a little more prognosticating. What do you folks … Continue reading