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Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Dramas That You Need to Watch

7 June 2017 10:12 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

As viewers embrace the idea that TV has firmly become a year-round event, the prospects of television dramas in the summer are better than they’ve ever been. No longer just a time for blockbusters in giant multiplexes, the small screen’s gotten into the summer game.

With that extra attention to the summer schedule, there’s a chance for new shows on new networks to make a play for your TV watching attention.

Read More: Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Comedies Worth Watching

IndieWire has put together a list of 20 TV dramas that should be on your must-see calendar for the rest of the summer. Some of these are the familiar conversation-starters, but others are brand-new titles that could make a dent in the warmest months of the year.

As we did for our summer comedy preview earlier this week, we’ve included the networks and premiere dates, »

- Steve Greene, Liz Shannon Miller, Hanh Nguyen, Ben Travers and Michael Schneider

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Fargo Season 3 Episode 7 Review – ‘The Law of Inevitability’

1 June 2017 5:14 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Shaun Munro reviews the seventh episode of Fargo season 3…

As Fargo’s third season enters its final stretch, it hit the ground running following Ray’s shocking demise last week, with Nikki promptly being arrested and Varga’s presumed frame-up attempt working perfectly. It’s now clear that Nikki is essentially the series’ de facto protagonist, or at the very least the character to cheer on for as long as she remains alive.

Despite the previous episode suggesting that Gloria would be taking no prisoners this week, her and Winnie were quickly thrown off the case, and it was odd to see her hit a brick wall once again this late in the season. Amusingly, the hyper-bureaucracy that Gloria attempts to navigate in order to talk to Nikki feels straight out of a Terry Gilliam movie.

At least it was fun to see her attempting to explain the convoluted scenario »

- Shaun Munro

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‘Fargo’ Review: Carrie Coon Fights the Mashed Potato Theory, and Season 3 Gets Turned Upside Down

31 May 2017 8:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The review below contains spoilers for “Fargo” Season 3, Episode 7, “The Law of Inevitability.”]

Immediate Reaction

Who the heck is that dude wearing a wolf head?

Pardon our lapse in Minnesotan manners, but the ending of a brief but slow-moving “Fargo” threw us for a bit of a loop. It looks like Yui (Goran Bogdan), Varga’s henchman, but the dark lighting of our computer monitors isn’t the only reason we’re not 100 percent certain. If we hadn’t seen the face of the man who dropped into Nikki Swango’s (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) overturned prisoner transport bus, we would’ve left things at this: The wolf is a symbol repeatedly used for Varga (David Thewlis) throughout Season 5. In Episode 4, Billy Bob Thornton narrated a “symphonic fairy tale” where Varga played the wolf. Episode 5 ended with an ominous shot of a wolf’s head, meant to encapsulate Varga’s looming power as much as it foreshadows what’s to come.

With that in mind, »

- Ben Travers

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‘Fargo’ Review: Carrie Coon Fights the Mashed Potato Theory, and Season 3 Gets Turned Upside Down

31 May 2017 8:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The review below contains spoilers for “Fargo” Season 3, Episode 7, “The Law of Inevitability.”]

Immediate Reaction

Who the heck is that dude wearing a wolf head?

Pardon our lapse in Minnesotan manners, but the ending of a brief but slow-moving “Fargo” threw us for a bit of a loop. It looks like Yui (Goran Bogdan), Varga’s henchman, but the dark lighting of our computer monitors isn’t the only reason we’re not 100 percent certain. If we hadn’t seen the face of the man who dropped into Nikki Swango’s (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) overturned prisoner transport bus, we would’ve left things at this: The wolf is a symbol repeatedly used for Varga (David Thewlis) throughout Season 5. In Episode 4, Billy Bob Thornton narrated a “symphonic fairy tale” where Varga played the wolf. Episode 5 ended with an ominous shot of a wolf’s head, meant to encapsulate Varga’s looming power as much as it foreshadows what’s to come.

With that in mind, »

- Ben Travers

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Horror Highlights: Bethany Stills, Kindred Spirits Season 2, Heather Langenkamp at Wihff, Peelers Stills, Psychos, Gone With The Dead

9 March 2017 6:06 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

It was only about two weeks ago that we shared theatrical and VOD release details for Bethany and the goodies keep rolling out of the oven with official stills ahead of the film's debut on April 7th. Also in today's Horror Highlights: the season 2 renewal of Kindred Spirits, Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise) at Women in Horror Film Festival, Peeler stills, Psychos trailer and poster, and the horror anthology Gone With the Dead's call for submissions.

Check Out New Images from James Cullen Bressack's Bethany: "Tom Green (Road Trip, Freddy got Fingered) and Shannen Doherty (Charmed, Beverly Hills 90210) star in the spine-chilling Bethany, from acclaimed filmmaker James Cullen Bressack (Pernicious, To Jennifer), in theaters and On Demand this April.

After Claire's mother dies, she and her husband move back to her childhood home only to have the abusive and traumatic memories of her mother come »

- Tamika Jones

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Movie Scenes I Love: Andy Dick’s Motel Clerk Part in Road Trip

5 March 2017 8:00 PM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

I miss Andy Dick.  I know that he’s around and he’s still doing stuff.  In fact I even heard his voice as recently as yesterday when my son was watching his children’s show The Lion Guard.   I just wish he was a bit more prominent than he is.  Don’t get me wrong.  Andy Dick has 146 acting credits in IMDb and he’s still only 51 years old, so it’s not like he’s not busy.  But I just miss him from around 1990-2000 which I think were his peak years.   I almost relate Andy Dick to Tom Green in

Movie Scenes I Love: Andy Dick’s Motel Clerk Part in Road Trip »

- Nat Berman

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Horror Highlights: Dark Horse Comics / DC Comics: Justice League Vol. 2, Bethany, Voodoo

16 February 2017 7:12 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Starting off today's Horror Highlights is the Justice League taking on predators and much more in Justice League Volume 2 from Dark Horse and DC Comics. Also: a look at key art and release details for Bethany and a new Voodoo trailer.

Justice League Volume 2 Release Details & Cover Art: From Dark Horse Comics: "In the return of these crossover comics, the Jla take on Predators—in adaptive superhero form! Batman teams up with Tarzan to resist the claws of the Cat-Woman. Kyle Rayner must don the mantle of Green Lantern to turn back a tide of Aliens. Superteens Spyboy and Young Justice must defeat nightmarish foes. Collects Jla versus Predator, Batman/Tarzan: Claws of the Cat-Woman, Green Lantern versus Aliens, and Spyboy/Young Justice: Young Spies Like Us.

Creators

Writer: Ron Marz, Peter David, John Ostrander

Penciller: Pop Mhan, Todd Nauck, Rick Leonardi, Graham Nolan, Igor Kordey

Inker: Norman Lee, »

- Tamika Jones

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‘Youth in Oregon’ Exclusive Clip: Frank Langella and Billy Crudup Embark on a Life Changing Cross-Country Journey

8 February 2017 2:02 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Billy Crudup appeared in two Oscar-nominated films in 2016 — “Jackie” and “20th Century Women” — but he also appeared in the family drama “Youth in Oregon” opposite the Tony Award-winning actor Frank Langella. In the film, Langella stars as the 79-year-old curmudgeon Raymond who makes arrangements to be euthanized in Oregon, but his family refuses to accept his decision. When another family emergency arises, Raymond’s daughter’s husband Brian (Billy Crudup) ends up driving Raymond and his wife Estelle (Mary Kay Place) 3,000 miles to Oregon, but soon Brian tries to convince the old man to give life another chance. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Read More: Tribeca Review: Frank Langella Can’t Save ‘Youth in Oregon

The film is directed by Joel David Moore. He previously directed the films “Killing Winston Jones,” about a sixth grade English teacher who tries to get the newly constructed gym named after his elderly father, »

- Vikram Murthi

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