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/r/television's Saturday Recommendations (Week of October 21, 2017)
1552
Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Halloween episodes are always great — but this year’s outdid them all
30675
CBS All Access with "no ads" for $10/mo. has ads!
451
People often cite Breaking Bad as having one of the most suspenseful dinner scenes, but this one from Dexter will always be my favorite (S4 dexter spoilers)
149
'Inhumans' Drops to Ratings Low for Marvel TV Series
90
Jon Hamm in Blackface
125
Bill O'Reilly on Gretchen Carlson's Lawsuit: "I Stand Behind Roger 100%"
39
Mindhunter - Fly like an Eagle Montage
359
Fantastic scene from Mindhunter where serial killer Ed Kemper get's interviewed
44
This was the first time I saw Peter Dinklage act in anything. It's so good to see how well his career has gone since (life as we know it)
915
Chris Farley and his French fries (SNL)
51
What is the shittest TV show that is inexplicably still running?
1260
O’Reilly Settled New Harassment Claims, Then Fox Renewed His Contract
21
Blown away by "Get shorty"
7279
Alan Moore may pull out of TV deal if local libraries are closed
249
Richie's Dad In "Sons of The Fathers". ..That time when Static Shock directly addressed racism
485
‘This Is Us’ passes ‘Big Bang Theory’ in adults 18-49: Week 3 broadcast Live +3 ratings
7
[Potential spoilers] Person of Interest is my favorite show. Here is a trailer for the series that showcases the action and themes of the show.
10
Today's The Anniversary Of Two Doctor Who Spin-Offs, Torchwood (11 Years Old, 2006-2011) and Class (1 Year Old, 2016)
237
Tim Roth Got More Screentime in ‘Twin Peaks’ by Texting David Lynch Nonstop
8
Gunpowder: An interesting article about its filming location and set design; also possibly of interest to Peaky Blinders fans.
37
Great One or Two Season Wonders?
381
TV Academy Votes to Begin Disciplinary Proceedings Against Harvey Weinstein
7
What streaming services offer the best content?
288
Once Upon a Time’ & ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Slip To Demo Ratings Lows
28
Critic talks about 'Halt and Catch Fire' with two computer engineers whose lives have closely tracked those of the show's main characters
2
New Rule: ShitStarters | Real Time with Bill Maher
31
Another Stitch Show?
18
Mindhunter: anyone else notice the sound of gurgling pipes?
47
Casting director from Mindhunter and Marvel's superhero shows describes finding the right actors
18
Toonami - Countdown Teaser
8
Mindhunter - What do you think about the direction it took later on?
0
Cloak And Dagger to be Broadcasted on Thurdays, Starting On Winter 2018
0
Which US big brother season is the best?
8
The McLaughlin Group Halloween Cold Open (ft. John McLaughlin) - SNL
17
I need help finding an episode of Jeopardy!
1519
In my opinion, still one of the funniest sketches of all time-Wayne Brady on 'Chappelle's Show'
21976
Megyn Kelly tries dancing for ratings as her ‘Today’ show continues to falter
12
The full season of 'Gunpowder' is available online if you're in the UK on BBC's website.
1061
Netflix and streamers should give you the option to create playlists with shows and episodes that you can play on shuffle to better mimic the casual viewing style and variety of cable tv.
244
So far, what has been the best television show to come out of 2017?
11 MrPotatoButt 60 Minutes has been going down the shitter for years now. They really need to do something after losing originals like Morley Safer and Mike Wallace. Scott Pelley & Charlie Rose is not going to take up the slack. And 60 Minutes has stopped being an investigative news program, so they need to replace that with alternate fakery. If you really cared about investigative news pieces for something that will get them sued, you're probably best off going to Vice or a foreign news service.
10 particles0 It's always about the exposure with her, and it's unlikely she's doing it cheaply.
11 SoulCruizer Um.. maybe she wanted to?
4 RogueLeaderJ I actually found her roundtable to be interesting. I really wish someone would get a 1 on 1 interview with that guy who says he loves Trump "more and more everyday". I hear people say that, but they never really give a reason why. Its always something like "he tells it like it is" which is total bullshit, that's not a reason to like someone. What is he saying that you like? Why do you like a president who is basically a petulant child.
2 mickeyflinn I tuned into that episode to see the piece on Houston and I was blown away how little substance there was. The show didn't give any real explanation of how the city can improve is flood planning. It had the scene with the guy on the boat but didn't really explore what he was saying. It was a strangely vapid piece.
2 BornLoozer Her original dream was to be a TV journalist. She was an on air reporter for years at the start of her career. For her, it might be one last hurrah to get a chance to do the work she felt she was meant to do. You know, before she dies. Lol!
1 Fondren_Richmond I think one of the sticking points for Couric leaving CBS as an anchor was the unmet expectation that she'd be doing more work for 60 Minutes. It's been a standard for generations of journalists and Oprah's an interviewer at heart, but no business owner would offer their services for less than perceived market value, nor would they alienate their managers or agents by undercutting their negotiating efforts.
-2 Gato1980 Maybe Gayle asked her to do it?
-2 Benji0088 Maybe Oprah was board. Her segment wasn't that good. Disjointed would be a nice way of saying it.
11 0 MrPotatoButt 60 Minutes has been going down the shitter for years now. They really need to do something after losing originals like Morley Safer and Mike Wallace. Scott Pelley & Charlie Rose is not going to take up the slack. And 60 Minutes has stopped being an investigative news program, so they need to replace that with alternate fakery. If you really cared about investigative news pieces for something that will get them sued, you're probably best off going to Vice or a foreign news service.
11 0 particles0 It's always about the exposure with her, and it's unlikely she's doing it cheaply.
11 0 SoulCruizer Um.. maybe she wanted to?
4 0 RogueLeaderJ I actually found her roundtable to be interesting. I really wish someone would get a 1 on 1 interview with that guy who says he loves Trump "more and more everyday". I hear people say that, but they never really give a reason why. Its always something like "he tells it like it is" which is total bullshit, that's not a reason to like someone. What is he saying that you like? Why do you like a president who is basically a petulant child.
2 0 mickeyflinn I tuned into that episode to see the piece on Houston and I was blown away how little substance there was. The show didn't give any real explanation of how the city can improve is flood planning. It had the scene with the guy on the boat but didn't really explore what he was saying. It was a strangely vapid piece.
3 0 BornLoozer Her original dream was to be a TV journalist. She was an on air reporter for years at the start of her career. For her, it might be one last hurrah to get a chance to do the work she felt she was meant to do. You know, before she dies. Lol!
1 0 Fondren_Richmond I think one of the sticking points for Couric leaving CBS as an anchor was the unmet expectation that she'd be doing more work for 60 Minutes. It's been a standard for generations of journalists and Oprah's an interviewer at heart, but no business owner would offer their services for less than perceived market value, nor would they alienate their managers or agents by undercutting their negotiating efforts.
0 0 Gato1980 Maybe Gayle asked her to do it?
-3 0 Benji0088 Maybe Oprah was board. Her segment wasn't that good. Disjointed would be a nice way of saying it.