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Taylor Spreitler Talks 'Melissa And Joey'

Written by 04 August, 2014

Q: What has been your favorite episode to film?

Taylor Spreitler: Oh goodness, that’s a hard question, there have been so many! [Laughs].  I really loved our Christmas episode; it was fun to see us all play different versions of our characters for an entire episode.  Getting to be in costumes and having horrible southern accents was a lot of fun!

Q: Who has been your favorite guest star?

Taylor Spreitler: I love the whole story line with Kevin and Sterling because I have known them both for years.  We’ve been friends forever.  So, it was a lot of fun to work with them and hang out.  So they’ve definitely been two of my favorites.

Q: What is your best Melissa and Joey memory?

Taylor Spreitler: It’s hard to narrow it down between all of the amazing birthdays that I’ve had, but I think it might have been my high school graduation.  I graduated high school and I wasn’t going to be able to attend a real graduation, so my entire crew came together and they made me a cap and gown and Melissa gave me a commencement speech and it was a huge surprise. 

It was an episode where she snuck me into a Kings of Leon concert and they told me that I had to jump into the dumpster.  When I came out of the dumpster, there was a podium set up, a cake for me, and it was really special.  It was very nice that they cared so much to make sure that I had this very special moment, something that every kid went through that I wasn’t able to experience and they made it for me, which was awesome.

Q: Who is the biggest goofball on set?

Taylor Spreitler: All of us share that title pretty equally [laughs]. I’d probably say Melissa, because she is always the first one to do something; physical comedy is her thing.  She might be the biggest goofball because she’s always the first one to jump in to make someone laugh.

Q: If you could guest star in any other ABC Family show, which one would you want to star in?

Taylor Spreitler: Definitely PRETTY LITTLE LIARS because they wear the cutest clothes on the show [laughs].

Q: If you were stuck on an island with only one other Melissa and Joey cast member, who would you want it to be?

Taylor Spreitler: Let’s see…maybe Sterling because he’s from Texas and he would know more survival skills than the rest of them.  No offense to any of the rest of us, but we all grew up in the city [laughs].  So, I think I would have to pick Sterling because I feel like his Texas roots would really come in handy.

Q: What’s your favorite ABC Family show, besides MELISSA AND JOEY?

Taylor Spreitler: I love BABY DADDY, because I think its fun to watch a show that is similar to ours, plus I watch it every Wednesday since it comes on right after MELISSA AND JOEY.

Q: What do you enjoy doing off the set of MELISSA AND JOEY?

Taylor Spreitler: If I’m not working, I’m in my backyard in my pool.  I’m kind of a homebody [laughs]. I like to hang out at home with my dogs, listening to music, and reading in my backyard.

Q: What were you doing when you found out you were cast on MELISSA and JOEY?

Taylor Spreitler: I was driving to Burger King.  I had been at ABC Family and I tested for it on a Friday; it was my last audition and they told me that I wasn’t going to know anything until Monday.  So, I came back and I was trying to forget about it, and I was thinking, “I’m just going to go to Burger King, come back, relax for the weekend and then figure it out on Monday.”  When I was in the drive-thru at Burger King, I got the call and started screaming at the top of my lungs.  The people at Burger King probably thought I was crazy [laughs].

Q: What’s it like to be on set?

Taylor Spreitler: It’s so fun! We’ve all been working together for so long that we are a family now.  It’s one of those things that I don’t think in the five years we did this, that I was ever bummed that I had to go into work. I was always so excited that I got to work and hang out with my friends. I’m still friends with my cast and my crew. 

It was such a great environment plus you’re doing a comedy so whatever is going on, it’s hard to walk into that set and not be happy because we get to do funny things and we get to do what we love with people that we love.

Q: Is it nerve-wracking to film in front of a live studio audience?

Taylor Spreitler: It depends on what the episode is.  The first time we all did it, Nick had done a little theatre before, but I had never done a live audience before so it was very scary because I was not used to having so many people watch you while you’re working.  But after a while it got easier and it was just so much fun. 

There would be times we would have episodes that we knew were going to be a little more difficult to perform in front of the audience, and that would make us a little nervous. If I had tongue twisters that I had to say, I would always get really nervous, because there are so many people watching.

Q: Who are you closest with out of anyone on the ABC Family shows?

Taylor Spreitler: We have this little ABC Family community, where we all end up hanging out.  I’m really good friends with Melissa.  She’s the person that I’m closest to from our set and I’m really close with Greer, Kevin and Sterling. I’m also really good friends with Chelsea Kane from Baby Daddy.

Q: Do you have any teasers you can tell us about about the series finale of MELISSA AND JOEY?

Taylor Spreitler: Big things happen.  Zander and Lennox get into a little bit of a car accident and they end up having an epiphany, and Melissa and Joey get some even bigger news.

Q: Do you think Lennox is better with Zander or Marco?

Taylor Spreitler: I think Marco is fun and they are such a great couple, but I think her and Zander are meant to be and I think they’ve been through the tests numerous times and they’ve always come together. They’re definitely a strong couple.

Q: Do you hope to film anything else with the cast of MELISSA AND JOEY in the future?

Taylor Spreitler: I hope so! I love working with them and I think it would be fun to work with them on something else that’s not Melissa and Joey and see the dynamic there.  It would be interesting.

Q: What is it like to work with Melissa Joan Hart?

Taylor Spreitler: It’s great! It was so great coming in as a kid and not really knowing what you’re doing. It was very overwhelming but working with her, since she was someone who was a teenage girl going through it, was definitely very helpful to always have someone that I could ask questions and she was always there for me. 

Anyone who has ever worked with Melissa, or even met her, knows that she loves to tell stories.  She is an open book.  She will tell you her entire life story if you talk to her for more than five minutes.  She’s just very welcoming. She’s not a very secretive celebrity; she’s just very welcoming.

Q: If you could guest star on any ABC Family comedy show, which one would it be?

Taylor Spreitler: The new comedy series, KEVIN FROM WORK.  I watched the first episode yesterday and one of my best friends Jordan Hinson is on it, and it is so funny.  I had dinner with the entire cast two weeks ago.  That just seems like such a fun show to work on, so I would love to guest star on that.

Q: If you could’ve had anyone guest star on MELISSA AND JOEY, who would it have been?

Taylor Spreitler: We had so many good ones that it’s hard to think of someone who wasn’t on our show.  I grew up watching almost everyone that guest starred on our show, because it was a lot of ‘90s stars and then there were a lot of my friends.  A lot of our guest stars I knew beforehand.  I don’t really think that we missed out on anyone and we had some great guest stars over the years.

Q: Do you see yourself doing more comedy in the future?

Taylor Spreitler: I would love to! I love doing comedy.  I love the whole idea of sitcoms. A lot of people grew up watching it and it looks like it’s such a good time.  It’s nice to do something that makes people laugh.  My biggest thing is getting tweets from people who thanked me for all the laughs and how I helped them through hard times. It’s such a gratifying feeling.  I would definitely love to do more comedy.

Q: Do you have a favorite TV show?

Taylor Spreitler: I don’t really watch a lot of TV, but I’ve become obsessed with ASTRONAUT WIVES CLUB and GAME OF THRONES. Those are the two shows that I watch.

Q: Who would you want to play on PRETTY LITTLE LIARS if you were a character on the show?

Taylor Spreitler: I want to be A; really throw everyone for a loop.  Could you imagine, we do a crossover, and A’s been Lennox this whole time?

Q&A: Kevin Conroy Talks 'Batman: Gotham Knights'

Written by 08 July, 2008

Kevin Conroy had studied for and starred on the stage, advanced his career through soap operas, and was featured in television series like "Dynasty" and "Tour of Duty." But he says he had no idea that stepping into a sound booth in 1991 to audition for his first cartoon voice-over role would forever cement his place in the annals of animation and help to extend the Batman legacy to untold legions of fans.

Conroy has been the voice of the Dark Knight and Bruce Wayne for 17 years, beginning with "Batman: The Animated Series" and continuing through 16 films, video games and animated series (covering more than 220 episodes). He reprises the role in "Batman Gotham Knight," the third film in the ongoing series of DC Universe animated original movies.

From his home in New York City, Conroy spoke at length about the film, his ongoing relationship with the character, and the surprising manner in which he first approached and procured the role of Batman.

Q: What are your impressions of the film?

Kevin Conroy: It's a really rich experience. The artwork in this film is so beautiful, so amazing. I love the adult-themed animated shows like "The Simpsons" and "South Park" and "King of the Hill." I love the appeal of their writing, the irony, the sense of humor. Those are great animated productions. But you forget just how rich animation artwork can be until you see a film like this. There's just no comparison. I've never seen anything like this in terms of diverse and rich animation in the industry - it's like getting six movies in one.

The story is very interesting, especially the way it weaves in and out of Bruce Wayne's history - like the flashback to him training in India, learning to endure pain. It's very well conceived story and I think it enhances a lot of the Batman mythology.

I don't think there's any question the fans will love it, because it's such a deep animation experience, and it gives such great background into a character they already love. It's a very positive piece.

Q: After three years away from the character, what were the challenges of donning the cape once again?

Kevin Conroy: Getting back into the Batman voice was not hard - after so many years, it's so familiar to me now that it's like putting on an old coat. As you live with a character over the years, you fill out the skin. You don't even realize you're doing it. Sometimes they ask during a recording session, "What sound would Batman make here?" or "What would he say here" and they trust me to do that. They know I've been living with him for so long, I know what he'd say, and how he'd react.

Q: Batman Gotham Knight has essentially 12 different looks at your characters - nine of Batman and three of Bruce Wayne, varying in design and age range. Were there any challenges to maintaining the consistency of your performance despite voicing to so many different image variations?

Kevin Conroy: In the past, we've always treated the shows like a radio play - we recorded the lines and then the animation took place. This time, the artwork came first, and that made the process interesting. Sometimes the artists put extra mouth flaps in, or they made the cadence different from the way I'd usually deliver a line. So we had to work within those parameters and try to time the acting to fill the space.

Interestingly, they originally they were going to cast another actor to do the younger Bruce Wayne, and Andrea (Romano) convinced them to let me take a stab at it. I had done the younger voice in a number of the "Batman: The Animated Series" flashbacks, so Andrea knew that I could do it. And once I got into the studio and gave them a sample, they were convinced. The challenge is making the distinctions - you have to make concessions for youth and give the character the sound of a younger man, while still believably being the same guy. 

Q: At its core, this film represents several different perspectives of Batman, providing many different layers to the character. Can you discuss that range of emotions the film explores, and to what depths you reach to capture those emotions?

Kevin Conroy: It's that delicate balance you get in voices. As an actor, it's still the same job - it's acting - except that you only have your voice, and you have to be a little more precise in finding the balance. You have to keep it very minimal and you don't want to be too cartoony, but at the same time you only have your voice to tell the story - so you have to juice it up a bit. Sometimes the hardest acting is in the non-dialogue aspects of the performance. As an example, there was one long scream when Batman is falling down a series of ladders into a pit. They recorded that over and over and over again, trying to figure out how to do it just right, and not overdue it. I had to give them lots of variations and I'm sure they picked the best one later. Overall, it was a little challenging with the different artistic styles and the different stories, but it was still Batman.

Q: The legions of Batman animation fans have hailed you as the definitive voice of the character. How did you originally settle on that particular voice?

Kevin Conroy: To tell the truth, after reading the original script, I really went to audition for the character voices - like Commissioner Gordon and Harvey Bullock. Like most actors, I really love to be challenged, and I thought they'd be more interesting and really push me. And then Bruce (Timm) and Andrea (Romano) said they wanted to hear me do Batman. 

The only exposure I'd had was the campy Adam West live-action series, and they said that wasn't what they wanted. So I put myself into a very dark place in my voice, and my voice got deeper and darker and huskier, and it came out very mysterious. I really just took a stab at what I thought the voice would be, and then I saw Bruce and Andrea and Paul (Dini) running around the booth, so I knew I either was very good or very bad. 

That's how it started -- just me in a sound booth, them on the other side of the glass describing the character, and then the voice just came out of my imagination. And it worked. So initially I was much more interested in doing the character voices, but luckily they talked me into Batman.

Q: Do you require a certain mindset to approach the voice of Batman?

Kevin Conroy: There's an emotional place I go to - Bruce (Timm) says he see it in me in the booth. It's much more a psychology than just producing the sound. Batman is very complex. The Bruce Wayne voice is the real put-on. This is a guy who saw his parents murdered in front of him, and nobody would be normal and together after that. He feels like a freak inside. So to do the voice, you have to take on all that drama.

That's why everyone relates to Batman - because everyone feels like a freak inside. Everyone has ghosts that they don't want to show anyone else. All of us feel like we have that inside us. For me, that's one of the most interesting aspects of the character - that a super hero would ultimately be based on that inner-freak that we all feel that we have.

Q: In your mind, what's special about playing Batman?

Kevin Conroy: I think what I didn't anticipate about voicing Batman was the fact that I was playing an icon - I just didn't take into account how much Batman meant to so many people. Coming from a very conservative background, and not having extensive exposure to comic books and the character, it just never occurred to me. So in the beginning, I only thought of it as an acting job.

Q: And now … you're an icon in the Batman universe?

Kevin Conroy: I'm always flattered that people actually know who the voices are. It seems to me such an anonymous job. But periodically, somebody recognizes me - it happened in a furniture store recently. To me, that's truly amazing - first that someone knows who does the voice, and it's even more amazing that someone would know the face of the voice.

I think a lot of the reason that I'm so linked to Batman is because I've been doing it for so long. Before "Batman: The Animated Series," there really hadn't been a voice aside from Adam West. People knew Batman from the campy live action series, and the fans knew the Dark Knight comic books, but there hadn't been a voice associated with the character, and certainly not a dramatic voice. 

I think I just lucked out because I was the one who started with it, and people grew up with that voice.



Your Guide To Building The Perfect Discount TV Bundle

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When most people discuss the cost of cable television, the conversation focuses on a comparison between traditional cable and satellite TV options vs the newer virtual cable television alternatives. The so-called "skinny" cable services have struggled to stay skinny, because the major media companies have increasingly insisted on bundling all of their networks into one take-it-or-leave it package. So these new services are being forced to take it all - local broadcast networks, scores of minor and little-watched niche networks as well as a complete suite of sports networks. And since "favored nation" clauses in these deals ensures no service can get a discount on any of the networks, the result has been an increasingly large and expensive cable alternative.

But this is 2020 and a lot of people are out of work or dealing with other financial challenges. And they still want some sort of television subscription that includes some live networks as well as next-day on-demand options. It's possible to do that on a budget, with a couple of caveats. First of all, this only works if you're not a big sports fan and are not expecting to be able to watch every major cable network live. In most cases, you're also going to have to make alternative plans for your local television stations, which is relatively easy with a decent television antenna. Thanks to the channel bundling, it's also almost impossible to see the news channels CNN. Fox & MSNBC on a budget. But there are several places to watch highlights of your favorite cable television programs and both ABC and CBS offer 24/7 news channels that are available for free.

Editor's Choice: Philo ($20 per month)

Philo bills itself as an "entertainment-only" service and it delivers on that promise. You get 60 live channels for $20 per month and they offer a pretty wide range of familiar names - everything from Hallmark and AMC to Food and MTV. All of the Discovery-owned networks, all the Viacom channels, all the Hallmark nets as well as the AMC Networks. Along with lots of smaller niche networks like AXSTV and INSP. The downside is that because Philo won't carry anything but entertainment networks, they can't get access to entertainment networks owned by the big media companies that also own sports networks and local affiliates. So you won't find any of the networks from NBCU (Syfy, Bravo, USA, MSNBC), Turner (TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network) and Disney (Freeform, Disney, NatGeo). That's an issue if you specifically want one of those networks live. But if you just want a number of familiar networks, Philo is a great place to start. Philo also offers an unlimited DVR, which is another upside. If there is a downside, it's that you can't use your Philo subscription to authenticate TV Everywhere apps.

Runner-up Choice: Frndly ($5.99 a month)
This newer service only offers 15 channels. But if you mostly just want the Hallmark networks, this is a solid choice. You get all three Hallmark Networks, along with some weather (Weather Channel), outdoor sports (Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel & World Fishing Network), along with the Game Show Network, QVC and some other smaller networks. 

Editor's Choice: Sling Blue or Sling Orange ($30 a month)
Sling has a really screwy set of programming tiers and it all gets down to its initial deal with Disney. Disney demanded restrictions on things like the number of concurrent streams (Disney wanted just one) as well as what programming subscribers could record. Those restrictions were much more customer-unfriendly than the terms set by the other major media companies, so Sling's solution was to create two separate but not-so-equal programming packages. 

Sling Orange includes the Disney-owned channels such as Disney, Freeform and the various ESPN nets. Along with a number of other networks. Among other things, you can only have one person streaming at a time with this package. Sling Blue contains a bunch of NBCU networks, but omits the Disney-owned channels. With Sling Blue, you can have three concurrent streams. And there are some additional networks that are included as part of both packages.

Both packages include A&E, AMC, AXSTV, BBC America, Bloomberg, Cartoon Network, Cheddar, CNN, Comedy Central, Comet, EPIX Drive-In, Food, HGTV, History, IFC, ID, Lifetime, Local Now, Newsy, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel and Vice. Sling Orange also includes Disney Channel, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3, Freeform, Motor Trend and Stadium. Sling Blue doesn't include any of those networks, but it does include Bravo, Discovery, E!, the local Fox affiliate in some markets, Fox News Channel, FS1, FX, HLN, MSNBC, National Geographic, NBC Sports in some markets, the local NBC affiliate in some markets, Syfy, TLC, TruTV & USA. 

So the final count is 32 networks on Sling Orange and 45 networks on Sling Blue. Either package runs $30 per month. The biggest disadvantage is that Sling only includes ten hours of free DVR space, otherwise an unlimited DVR costs $5 per month.

Runner-up choice: Obviously, a lot of this decision is driven by whether or not you have any "must-have" networks. If you don't, it's worth suggesting that for about the same money - $32 a month - you could subscribe to Philo as well as Hulu and CBS All-Access. The Hulu subscription not only gets you the Hulu originals but next-day viewing on just about all the shows you can't get on Philo. CBS All-Access gets you all of that services originals, plus next-day viewing of CBS programs as well as the local CBS affiliate feed in nearly all of the U.S. markets. Adding the new Peacock service would up the total to either $35 or $37 per month, depending on whether you subscribed before the launch (this is the pro-rated amount for an annual subscription). That would add more next-day viewing of NBCU network programming, along with some originals, sports and news coverage. As well as other on-demand titles not available elsewhere, such as "The Office" and "Everybody Loves Raymond." CBS All-Access also includes streams for CBS Sports and the 24/7 news network CBSN. And honestly, at this point you've got about all the new television you could ever watch. Unless you're a sports fan.

And if you're a fan of The CW, it's worth noting that the free CW app offers next-day viewing for nearly all of their programming. 


Editor's Choice: Hulu Live TV ($64.99 a month)
Even after a recent rate hike, Hulu Live TV is still substantially cheaper than a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription. And as a bonus, subscribers to Hulu Live TV also get all the features of the traditional Hulu subscription, which saves $5.99 a month. It takes a bit of getting used to Hulu Live TV's distinctive interface and to be honest even after subscribing for more than a year, I'm not sure that I'd describe it as "intuitive." But you get used to it and as someone who has tried out all of these services, Hulu Live TV is the best deal financially and the best choice overall as a virtual replacement for a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription.

RUNNER-UP: YouTube TV ($64.99)
Hulu's recent rate hike has made both services an identical price and like Hulu, YouTube TV has an interface that takes a bit of getting used to. The primary differences between the two services are modest. Hulu Live TV bundles the traditional ad-supported Hulu into its package and YouTube TV is the only streaming service that currently offers PBS. They each also have slightly different sports packages. So really the best suggestion is to compare both services side-by-side and see what is the best fit for you.


Editor's Choice: Fubo TV ($64.99)

If you're a sports fan, there is no better choice than Fubo TV. This service began as a sports-centric streamer and over the past several years it has been forced to expand its non-sports offerings to get some of the bigger sports networks. But now it offers the best of both worlds-a solid lineup of traditional networks as well as a huge selection of major and minor sports networks. It's in the middle of some programming turmoil right now, since it recently lost the carriage rights to all of the Turner Networks. But on the upside, it is adding a wide variety of Disney-owned networks in early August. Sports viewing-like any other programming niche-is really dependent on personal taste. If you love Big Ten Football, then you're going to subscribe to the vMVPD that carries the Big Ten Network. But if you just love sports of all kinds, then Fubo TV by far has the best selection of sports programming on the market. And of you're feeling really extravagant, Fubo offers a traditional cable TV-level package of 158 channels for $79,99 per month

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2021 TV & Streaming TV Premiere Dates

Written by 15 January, 2021

A lot of TV sites offer calendars that promise lists of season finales or premieres. Here at AllYourScreens.com we have one that we think is the best you'll find anywhere.

We don't just include dates for the broadcast networks and some high-profile cable shows. You'll find a rundown of every series we can find, no matter how small the network or promotional budget. We also include info for web videos, digital projects and streaming TV projects.

At the bottom of this page you'll also find a list of show that have been announced, but don't have a firm premiere date. As dates are announced, we'll move them into the appropriate spot on the rundown. If a show isn't listed at the bottom, then it has either been canceled or its fate is still in doubt.

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Updated 01/15/2021)

Belle Collective Series Premiere (OWN)
Bling Empire Series Premiere (Netflix)
Bunk'd Season Five Premiere (Disney)
Carmen Sandiego Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
Disenchantment Part Three (Netflix)
Double Dad (Pai Em Dobro) (Netflix)
Endlings (Hulu)
Great Performances: The Magic Of Callas (PBS)
Mortal Kombat (HBO Max)
One Night In Miami (Amazon)
Outside The Wire (Netflix)
Servant Season Two Premiere (Apple TV+)
The Clown And The Candyman (Investigation Discovery)
The Ultimate Playlist Of Noise (Hulu)
The Wrong Mr. Right (LMN)
Tribhanga – Tedhi Medhi Crazy (Netflix)
WandaVision Series Premiere (Disney+)
What Would Sophia Loren Do? (Netflix)

Batwoman Season Two Premiere (The CW)
Masterpiece: Miss Scarlet & The Duke (PBS)

Dino Ranch Series (Disney Jr)
9-1-1 Season Premiere (Fox)
9-1-1: Lone Star Season Premiere (Fox)
All-American Season Premiere (The CW)

Brother And Sister (MHz Choice)
Hello Ninja Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
The Night Caller (Sundamce Now)
The War Is Over Series Premiere (MHz Choice)

Daughter From Another Mother (Madre solo hay dos) (Netflix)
For Life Spring Premiere (ABC)
Nancy Drew Season Premiere (The CW)
Riverdale Season Premiere (The CW)
Spycraft (Netflix)

Call My Agent! Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
Legacies Season Three Premiere (The CW)
Selena & Chef Season Two Premiere (HBO Max)
Toddlers & Tieras: Where Are They Now? Series Premiere (Discovery+)
Walker Series Premiere (The CW)

Blown Away Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Busted! Season Three Premiere (Netflix)
Derek DelGaudio's In & Of Itself (Hulu)
Fate: the Winx Saga Series Premiere (Netflix)
Great Performances: The Magic Of Horowitz (PBS)
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Little Women: Atlanta Season Premiere (Lifetime)
Losing Alice (Apple TV+)
So My Grandma's A Lesbian! (Salir del ropero) (Netflix)
The Blacklist Season Premiere (NBC)
The Sister Series Premiere (Hulu)
The White Tiger (Netflix)
The Wrong Prince Charming (LMN)
3 Caminos (Amazon)

Love (ft. Marriage And Divorce) (Netflix)
Salt-N-Pepa (Lifetime)
Salt-N-Pepa Interview Special (Lifetime)

Bridge And Tunnel Series Premiere (Epix)
Charmed Season Premiere (The CW)

Snowpiercer Season Two Premiere (TNT)

Bankable (MHz Choice)
Big Sky Spring Premiere (ABC)
black-ish Spring Premiere (ABC)
Go Dog Go (Netflix)
Love In.....Series Premiere (MHz Choice)
mixed-ish Season Premiere (ABC)
The Misery Index Season Premiere (TBS)
To Tell The Truth (ABC)

50M2 (Netflix)
I Survived A Crime Series Premiere (Investigation Discovery)
Penguin Bloom (Netflix)
Resident Alien Series Premiere (Syfy)

Below Zero (Bajocero) (Netflix)
Finding 'Ohana (Netflix)
The Dig (Netflix)
The Little Things (HBO Max)
We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Netflix)

The Wendy Williams Story...What A Mess! (Lifetime)
Wendy Williams: The Movie (Lifetime)

63rd Annual Grammy Awards (CBS)
The Long Song (PBS)

Awake Series Premiere (MHz Choice)
Just Like Home (MHz Choice)

Firefly Lane Series Premiere (Netflix)
Nature: Pumas-Legends Of The Ice Mountains (PBS)

Fast Foodies Series Premiere (truTV)
Impractical Jokers Season Premiere (truTV)
Impractical Jokers: After Party Season Premiere (truTV)
Summer House Season Five Premiere (Bravo)

Deadly Therapy (LMN)
Malcom & Marie (Netflix)
The Snoopy Show Series Premiere (Apple TV+)

Whitney & Bobbi (Lifetime)

Super Bowl LV (CBS)
The Equalizer Series Premiere (CBS)

Black Lightning Season Premiere (The CW)

Love Naturally (MHz Choice)

Nature: Big Bend (PBS)

Red Dot (Netflix)
The Wrong Valentine (LMN)

Judas & The Black Messiah (HBO Max)

American Idol Season Premiere (ABC)

The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song (PBS)

For All Mankind Season Two Premiere (Apple TV+)
His Killer Fan (LMN)
I Care A Lot (Netflix)
Tribes Of Europa (Netflix)

Goodbye & See You Soon (MHz Choice)
Superman & Lois Series Premiere (The CW)
The Flash Season Premiere (The CW)

The Baroness Von Sketch Show Season Premiere (IFC)

Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry (Apple TV+)
Brutal Bridesmaids (LMN)
Call Me Crazy (Netflix)
Tom & Jerry: A Major Commotion Picture (HBO Max)
Top Class Series Premiere (IMDb)

93rd Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC)
The Walking Dead Season 10b Premiere (AMC)
Worst Cooks In America Season Finale (Food)

A Man Au Pair (MHz Choice)

Moxie (Netflix)

A Million Little Things Spring Premiere (ABC)
Grey's Anatomy Spring Premiere (ABC)
Station 21 Spring Premiere (ABC)

Coming 2 America (Amazon)
Dangerous Medicine (LMN)
Tom And Jerry (HBO Max)

2021 Critic's Choice Awards (The CW)

Unexpected Love (MHz Choice)

An Organized Killer (LMN)
Cherry (Apple TV+)
Life After Lockup Season Three Finale (WEtv)
The Many Saints Of Newark (HBO Max)
Yes Day (Netflix)

The 27th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Struggle Alley (Netflix)

Without A Trace (MHz Choice)

Deep Blue Nightmare (LMN)

Deadly Excursion: Kidnapped From the Beach (LMN)
The Falcon & The Winter Soldier Series Premiere (Disney+) 

Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney+)

Life After Killing (MHz Choice)

Russian Roulette (MHz Choice)

Hemingway (PBS)

Reminiscence (HBO Max)

56th Academy of Country Music Awards (CBS)

Secrets Of The Whales (NatGeo)

Film Independent Spirit Awards (IFC)

93rd Annual Academy Awards (ABC)

FRIDAY, MAY 21ST, 2021:
Godzilla Vs. Kong (HBO Max)

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (HBO Max)

FRIDAY, JUNE 18TH, 2021:
In The Heights (HBO Max)

Inside The Black  Box Series Premiere (Crackle)

FRIDAY, JULY 16TH, 2021:
Space Jam: A New Legacy (HBO Max)

FRIDAY, JULY 23RD, 2021:
2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony (NBC)

The Suicide Squad (HBO Max)

Dune (HBO Max)

Elvis (HBO Max)

King Richard (HBO Max)

The Matrix 4 (HBO Max)

DECEMBER 25TH, 2021:
The Mandalorian Season Three Premiere (Disney+)

94th Annual Academy Awards (ABC)


Albedo Series Premiere (Vudu)
American Horror Story Season Ten Premiere (Hulu) (2021)
Another Life Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
A.P. Bio Season Four Premiere (Peacock)
Arlo The Alligator Boy (Netflix) (April 2021)
Atlanta Season Three Premiere (FX) (Spring 2021)
Atlanta Season Four Premiere (FX) (Fall 2021)
A Week Away (Netflix)
Bad Trip (Netflix)
Battlestar Galactica Reboot Series (Peacock)
Behind Her Eyes (Netflix)
Better Call Saul Season Six Premiere (AMC) (2021)
Betty Series Premiere (HBO)
Big Red (Disney+)
Big Shot Series Premiere (Disney+)
Bitchin' Rides Season Seven Premiere (Motor Trend)
BizarroTV Series Premiere (DC Universe)
Black Excellence Series Premiere (Netflix)
Bosch Season Seven Premiere (Amazon) (2021)
Boys Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Budget Battle Series Premiere (Food)
City On A Hill Season Two Premiere (Showtime)
Cobra Kai Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
Colin In Black And White (Netflix)
Condor Season Two Premiere (Audience)
Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons Series Premiere (CW Seed)
Demimonde Series Premiere (HBO)
Diary Of A Future President Season Two Premiere (Disney+) (2021)
Dickinson Season Two Premiere (Apple+)  
Don't Look Up (Netflix)
Dr. Death Series Premiere (Peacock) (2020)
Drew Barrymore Season Two (Syndicated) (Fall 2021)
Dune: The Sisterhood Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Elena Of Avalor Season Three Premiere (Disney)
Ellen's Home Design Challenge Series Premiere (HBO Max) (2020)
Equinox (Netflix)
Everything's Going To Be Okay Series Premiere (Freeform)
Exterminate All The Brutes (HBO)
Farmhouse Fixer Series Premiere (HGTV) (Summer 2020)
Fastest Cars In The Dirty South Season Two Premiere (Motor Trend)
Fedelta (Loyalty) (Netflix)
$50K Three Ways Series Premiere (HGTV)
First Dates Hotel Series Premiere (HBO Max) (2020)
Five Points Season Two Premiere (Facebook Watch)
For The People Season Premiere (NBC)
From Darkness To Light (Lifetime)
Frozen In Time Series Premiere (HGTV)
Future Man Season Three Premiere (Hulu)
Ghee Happy Series Premiere (Netflix)
Goliath Season Premiere (Amazon)
Gremlins: Secrets Of The Mogwai Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Gucci (E!)
Hawkeye Series Premiere (Disney+) 
Heartbreak High Reboot Series Premiere (Netflix)
Heaven (Lifetime) (2019)
High School Musical: The Series Season Two Premiere (Disney+)
Hip Hop Untold (FX)
Hit Monkey Series Premiere (Hulu)
Hollywood Series Premiere (Netflix)
Home Before Dark Season Two Premiere (Apple+) (2021)
Homecoming Season Two Premiere (Amazon) (2020)
Home Sweet Home Series Premiere (NBC)
House In A Hurry Series Premiere (HGTV) (2020)
Howard (Disney+) (2020)
Hustle (Netflix)
In Treatment Season Four Premiere (HBO) (Fall 2021)
Iron Resurrection Season Five Premiere (Motor Trend) (2021)
I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson Season Two Premiere (Netflix) (2020)
Kate (Netflix)
Katla Series Premiere (Netflix)
Ladies Up (Netflix)
Law & Order: Hate Crimes Series Premiere (NBC) (2020)
Leave The World Behind (Netflix)
Let Them Talk (HBO Max)
Little America Season Two Premiere (Apple+)
Little Ellen Series Premiere (HBO Max) (2020)
Little Voice Series Premiere (Apple TV+)
Locke & Key Season Two Premiere (Netflix) (2021)
Loki Series Premiere (Disney+) (2021)
Los Espookys Season Two Premiere (HBO)
Love Alarm Series Premiere (Netflix)
Love, Beth Series Premiere (Hulu) (2021)
Love And Anarchy Series Premiere (Netflix)
Love Is Blind Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Love Is Blind Season Three Premiere (Netflix)
Love Life Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Lucifer Season Six Premiere (Netflix) (2021)
Made For Love Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Mama K's Team 4 Series Premiere (Netflix)
Maniac Cop Series Premiere (HBO)
Maya And The Three Series Premiere (Netflix) (Winter 2021)
McMafia Season Two Premiere (AMC)
Meet The Chimps Series Premiere (Disney+)
Mission OceanX Series Premiere (NatGeo)
Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur Series Premiere (Disney)
Move To Heaven (Netflix)
Munich Series Premiere (Netflix) - [news: Production Begins On Netflix's 'Munich']National Anthem Series Premiere (AMC)
9-1-1 Season Premiere (Fox) (Fall 2020)
9-1-1: Lone Star Season Two Premiere (Fox) (Fall 2020)
One Perfect Shot Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Our Lady, LTD Series Premiere (Epix)
Outer Banks Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Outlaw: The Saga of Afeni And Tupac Shakur (FX)
Over The Moon (Netflix) (Fall 2020)
Ozark Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
Paper Girls Series Premiere (Amazon)
Paradise Lost Series Premiere (Paramount) (2020)
Perfect 10: Full Out 2 (Netflix)
Peter Pan (Disney+)
Pride (FX)
Pose Season Three Premiere (FX) (2021)
Prince Anders (Disney+)
Queen On 34th Series  Premiere (ReachTV) (2020)
Ragnarok Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Ratched Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Rebel Without A Crew Series Premiere (El Rey) 
Red Dot (Netflix)
Red Notice (Netflix)
Resident Alien Series Premiere (Syfy)
Revenge Of The Nerds Series Premiere (Discovery)
Robin Robin (Netflix) (Winter 2020)
Rock The Block Season Two Premiere (HGTV) (March 2021)
Rose Red (Disney+)
Russian Doll Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Rutherford Falls Series Premiere (Peacock)
Sacrifice (BET+) (2020)
Saints & Sinners Season Premiere (Bounce)
Secrets Of The Mogwai Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Shadows Of History Series Premiere (Travel)
Shangri-La Series Premiere (Showtime) (Fall 2019)
Share (HBO) (2019)
She (Netflix)
Snowfall Season Four Premiere (FX) (2020)
Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo Season Two Premiere (Netflix)
Spongebob Squarepants Season Thirteen Premiere (Nick)
Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge Series Premiere (Disney+)
State Of The Union Series Premiere (Sundance)
Station Eleven Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Stranger Things Season Four Premiere (Netflix) (2021)
Superstar Racing Experience Series Premiere (CBS) (Summer 2021)
Taboo Season Two Premiere (FX)
Tamron Hall Season Three Premiere (Syndicated) (Fall 2021)
Ted Lasso Season Three Premiere (Apple TV+)
Texas Metal Season Four Premiere (Motor Trend) (2021)
The Babysitter's Club Season Two Premiere (Netflix) (2021)
The Biggest Star In Appleton (Disney+)
The Cactus (Netflix)
The Circle Season Two Premiere (Netflix) (2021)
The Crown Season Five Premiere (Netflix) (2022)
The Dig (Netflix)
The Elite Season Four Premiere (Netflix)
The Expatriates Series Premiere (Amazon)
The Funny Dance Show Series Premiere (E!)
The Gilded Age Series Premiere (NBC) 
The Girlfriend Experience Season Three Premiere (Starz) (2020)
The Gray Man (Netflix)
The Great Season Two Premiere (Hulu)
The Great North Series Premiere (Fox)
The Great North Season Two Premiere (Fox) (2021)
The Hand Of God (Netflix)
The Harder They Fall (Netflix)
The Kaminsky Method Season Three Premiere (Netfix)
The Kids Tonight Show Series Premiere (Peacock)
The Last Letter From Your Lover (Netflix)
The Life Ahead (Netflix)
The Man Who Fell To Earth Series Premiere (CBS All-Access)
The Maze Series Premiere (Disney+)
The Most Dangerous Animal Of All (FX)
The Nevers Series Premiere (HBO)
The Old Man Series Premiere (Hulu)
The Princess Switch 3 (Netflix) (Winter 2021)
The Quest Series Premiere (Disney+)
The Real Housewives Of The Potomac Season Premiere (Bravo) (Summer 2020)
The Sandman Series Premiere (Netflix) (2020)
The Simpsons Season Thirty Two (Fox) (2021)
The Test: A New Era For Australia’s Team (Amazon) (2020)
The Twins Project Series Premiere (E!)
The Wall Series Premiere (TBS) (2021)
Them Season One Premiere (Amazon)
Them Season Two Premiere (Amazon)
The World According To Jeff Goldblum Season Two Premiere (Disney+) (2021)
They Cloned Tyrone (Netflix)
Three Meters Above Heaven (Netflix) 
Tiagra & Dazzler Show Series Premiere (Hulu)
Time (Amazon)
Tinker (Netflix)
Tokyo Vice Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Too Old To Die Series Premiere (Amazon)
Turner & Hooch Series Premiere (Disney+)
Ultimate Cowboy Showdown Season Two Premiere (INSP) 
Vida Season Three Premiere (Starz)
Wayne Series Premiere (YouTube Premium) 
Web Of Dreams (Lifetime) (2019)
What If? Series Premiere (Disney+) (2021)
What Not To Design Series Premiere (HGTV)
What Not To Wear Series Premiere (TLC) (2020)
When Calls The Heart Season Seven Premiere (Hallmark) (2020)
When Hope Calls Series Premiere (Hallmark Movies Now)
Willow Series Premiere (Disney+)
Women In Comedy (FX)
Y: The Last Man Series Premiere (Hulu) (2021)
You Bet Your Life Series Premiere (Syndicated) (Fall 2021)
You Me Her Season Four Premiere (Audience)
You Me Her Season Five Premiere (Audience)
Young Royals (Netflix) (2021)
Your Honor Series Premiere (Showtime) (2020)
Your Place Or Mine (Netflix)



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