A Netflix documentary series and a web-only promo are among the gems found in the less-talked-about categories.
"A bigger, sinister threat still threatens those who survived" the first season, says the streaming service.
It's not just doctors, lawyers, and cops who may occasionally feel misunderstood by TV writers looking for over-the-top conflicts and tidy resolutions.
Look for celebrations of America's independence - and some looks back at the 1980s - in the week to come.
Starting Aug. 2, Lowe and sons Matthew and John Owen will go where dozens of much lesser-known cable personalities have gone before: in search of paranormal phenomena.
Upper Darby actress-producer picks must-see movies, Leslie Jones hosts awards show, and Starz hit features performance by the late Charlie Murphy.
High-profile interviews with newsmakers aren't guarantees to make news, even when they make headlines.
After the pilot, says producer, the hit teen mystery de-emphasized the show's Main Line roots in favor of a more generic small-town America.
"We don't compete with Netflix. Dekkoo is an additional experience for someone who's very, very interested in cinema for gay men," says the company's chief operating officer, Brian Sokel.
The American Revolution heads into its final year on AMC, while two of the spring's more intriguing dramas end their third seasons.
The Philadelphia-born star helps spotlight the work of friend (and fellow Philadelphian) Will "Spank" Horton this Sunday on Comedy Central.
Jedediah Bila showed off her ring - and told the story of the proposal - on Monday's show.
More than $6.5 million was pledged Thursday during the 11th annual Alex Scott Telethon.
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994. Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours.
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