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If you look past the holiday specials, December has some dramatic and comic gems coming up on your home screens. Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne recommends the new doc “Say Her Name” and “Roma” from Alfonso Cuarón. more

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In Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” a young half-witch must make a choice between the light and the darkness. more

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Isthmus TV critic Alex Claiborne highlights some spooky movies and TV shows coming out this month. more

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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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Her brilliant savagery at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner put Michelle Wolf into the spotlight. Her new Netflix show is going to keep her there. 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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Madison’s highest-profile chef bests Bobby Flay on Iron Chef Showdown. Tory Miller brought his best tweaked southeast Asian favorites for the win. more

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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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Peter didn’t win The Bachelorette, so he’s back on that grind. We join one of his fitness boot camps. more

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