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    A New York Times story published last week about a new round of competition in weather reporting omitted mention of AccuWeather.
  • Peacock's 'Dr. Death' Is Much Worse Than Kevorkian
    Based on a real-life surgeon who earned a reputation for gross malpractice, the show features hard-to-watch operating scenes.
  • Dreary Drama About Child's Murder Is Wrong For Summer
    We have been down this same dreary road too many times to count. Latest example is called "The Beast Must Die," premiering on AMC July 12.
  • On Hulu, McCartney And His Music, In Black And White
    One gets the feeling that the stories Paul tells have been told many times before.
  • CW Imports A Deadpan Comedy About The Undead
    A new summer comedy series comes to The CW this weekend all the way from New Zealand with top talent attached.
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  • New 'Gossip Girl' Manages To Insult Everyone In Sight
    The makers of the new "Gossip Girl" series have achieved the impossible -- they have actually made a show that is worse than the original.
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