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Somebody Feed Phil presented by Netflix
TV creator & food-enthusiast Phil Rosenthal is back with more delicious adventures in his Netflix original series SOMEBODY FEED PHIL. Join us a for a screening and conversation with Phil -- with tasty treats provided by Netflix!
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Station 19
This pilot episode of the Grey's Anatomy spin-off introduces us to the brave firefighters of Station 19. When the team responds to an apartment fire, Captain Pruitt takes a hit, the future of the station's leadership is in jeopardy and firefighter Andy Herrera is forced to step up. Meanwhile, new recruit Ben Warren is trading in the scalpel for a fresh start as a firefighter, but it hasn’t been easy and he has a hard time realizing that emergencies in the field are vastly different than those at Grey Sloan Memorial.
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Stories Without Walls presented by ACLU
In recent months, immigration storylines have become central plots for a number of TV shows. These writers and producers, along with a representative from the ACLU, discuss the importance and power of story, how they work together to ensure authentic representations of current issues, the impact it has on viewer’s opinions on immigrants, Dreamers, refugees, and deportation, as well as the actions they hope audiences are inspired to take by these fictional characters.
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Take My Wife
A look at TAKE MY WIFE season 2, followed by a Q&A with creators and stars Cameron Esposito & Rhea Butcher!
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TGIHulu! presented by Hulu
The long-awaited return of ABC’s iconic 90’s comedy block is FINALLY here, thanks to Hulu! Join the conversation with the creators and cast behind fan favorite series Boy Meets World, Family Matters, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Perfect Strangers as we revisit the catchphrases, the larger-than-life characters, and discover how the pop-culture phenomenon that brought laughter to families every Friday night for over a decade was created. It’s TGIF!
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thirtysomething Years Later
Prior to a television landscape that favors realism over idyllic life, where major characters face the risk of "being killed off," and daily life is portrayed somewhat accurately, thirtysomething did all that and more. The show that was an early experiment that quickly became a phenomenon, rewriting the rules for dramatic series in more ways than one. Helmed by creators Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, thirtysomething not only drew viewers into the lives of its characters and tested the boundaries of conventional storytelling, it thrived with a multi-hyphenate cast, many of whom stepped into the role of director during the series run -- then stayed there for the next 30 years. ATX reunites these dynamic creatives as they look back at the series that re-wrote the book on TV dramas, and paved the way for a new direction in their careers.
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Trial & Error
In the spirit of true crime documentaries, the second season of this outrageous fish-out-of-water comedy centers on bright-eyed New York lawyer Josh Segal (Nicholas D’Agosto), still relatively a newcomer in a tiny southern town, who is sturdily posed for his next big case there. His mission? To defend the eccentric first lady of East Peck, Lavinia Peck-Foster (Kristin Chenoweth), known for her flamboyant outfits, large hats and hairless cat, and who suddenly finds herself accused of the bizarre murder of her beloved husband. As Josh continues to settle into his makeshift office behind a taxidermy shop while working with his quirky team of local misfits, he suspects that winning his second big case this time should be easy (especially when his client is the town favorite), but is it?
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The TV Campfire presents: Politically Minded
Prior to a television landscape that favors realism over idyllic life, where major characters face the risk of "being killed off," and daily life is portrayed somewhat accurately, thirtysomething did all that and more. The show that was an early experiment that quickly became a phenomenon, rewriting the rules for dramatic series in more ways than one. Helmed by creators Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, thirtysomething not only drew viewers into the lives of its characters and tested the boundaries of conventional storytelling, it thrived with a multi-hyphenate cast, many of whom stepped into the role of director during the series run -- then stayed there for the next 30 years. ATX reunites these dynamic creatives as they look back at the series that re-wrote the book on TV dramas, and paved the way for a new direction in their careers.
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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Establishing a Career
There is no straight path in Hollywood. Every career trajectory is different, full of ups and downs, victories and disappointments, twists and turns, and hopefully some great surprises along the way. This group of panelists give candid insight into the crazy world of making TV, how they got to where they are, including the best (and worst) parts of their careers, and what they think the future of TV (and their jobs) looks like.
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Un-Cabled: Repackaging TV for a New Generation
From production, to distribution, to ditching the cable box, it’s undeniable that digital creators & platforms are reshaping what it means to watch TV -- but new audiences are shaping them, too. Anyone with a phone & internet connection is a potential creator, viewer, fan, or critic. Content is both impossibly cheap and more expensive than ever to produce. Live TV, library content, and original content are all competing for eyeballs - and fighting to keep them. So… what does it mean to throw your hat in the ring, when the ring is internet-shaped? Hear from the folks behind the content, platforms & devices that keep you connected in this discussion of all things digital.
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Waco
ATF assault vehicles storm the Mount Carmel compound and a two-hour gunfight breaks out, leaving four ATF agents and six Branch Davidians dead and scores more wounded. The standoff begins and the FBI arrive in WACO to take over for the ATF. FBI chief negotiator Gary Noesner (Michael Shannon) arrives and agrees to broadcast David Koresh’s (Taylor Kitsch) message on national television in exchange for Koresh’s promise to come out. Noesner delivers on his promise, but Koresh refuses to come out.
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Welcome to TV Camp for Grown Ups!
ATX Alums & Staff share their tips, tricks, and breakfast taco recommendations for getting through the festival. Whether you’re a first-timer or ATX pro, join us (and some special guests) to help kick off Season 7!
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