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Remember Murphy Brown? Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne highlights some of September’s television highlights, including the Sept. 27 reboot of the groundbreaking show featuring an outspoken TV news reporter . more

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If the heat’s too oppressive, get indoors and watch TV. This month’s highlights are a new medieval animated show from Matt Groening, two excellent documentaries on youth, and the highly anticipated return of “Ozark.” more

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Our screens are exploding with great TV shows. Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne breaks it down to her fave four for 2018. more

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A new show about NYC’s underground drag scene in the 1980s, an HBO drama about a family squabbling over a media empire, and a new satire on the fashion industry top the must-watch list this month. more

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Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne takes a look at upcoming shows: Comedy from John Mulaney, “Being Serena” and a new “Fahrenheit 451.” more

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This month brings new episodes of an atypical superhero show, a dark drama with some surprising leads, and the return of two of the most haunting shows on TV. more

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March TV comes in like a lion with the return of acclaimed comedy “Silicon Valley,” Marvel’s wonderful “Jessica Jones” and a “Roseanne” rebooted for the Trump era. more

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February is the month for smart and diverse comedies. TV critic Alex Claiborne previews “2 Dope Queens,” “Coach Snoop,” a rebooted “Queer Eye,” and a returning “Last Week Tonight.” more

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Melissa Moseley

Septuagenarian comedy, hilarious loneliness, and a different look at Chicago’s South Side make for an interesting start to 2018. more

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We’re living in television’s golden age. Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne shares her list of favorite TV shows from 2017, including several female-led comedies and three animated shows. more

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TV critic Alex Claiborne previews some new shows that aren’t about the holidays. She checks out “Easy,” a documentary on Ben Bradlee, “Happy!” and “The Crown.” more

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November’s TV offerings include “Alias Grace,” a new series based on a Margaret Atwood novel, the return of “Shameless” and “Lady Dynamite.” more

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Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne says it’s time to grab a pumpkin spice something-or-another and hunker down for some October television. more

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September has a lot going on in the television world, including a new series by David Simon and the return of Broad City and Will & Grace. more

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Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne looks at a slate of promising shows returning or debuting in August. more

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OK, July’s got some great TV coming our way, but let’s not pretend this month is about anything but the return of Game of Thrones. more

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In her June television preview, Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne looks forward to diving into the lives of Miami nail salon artists, female wrestlers and New York City geezers. more

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This month brings the return of “Master of None” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” — and the highly anticipated new episodes of David Lynch’s magnificent “Twin Peaks.” more

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April brings the debut of a much-anticipated series based on Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and the return of Bill Nye, from Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne. more

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This spring FX premieres “Feud: Bette and Joan,” a promising new anthology series from Ryan Murphy (“American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson”). Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne takes a look at this and other signs of spring. more

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