<p>Justified</p>

Justified

Credit: FX

Review: 'Justified' - 'Dark as a Dungeon': Raylan's song

Ty Walker has a proposition for Boyd, while Raylan digs up the past

A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I interrupt a goat sacrifice...

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<p>Agents of SHIELD</p>

Agents of SHIELD

Credit: ABC

Review: 'Marvel's Agents of SHIELD' - 'Who You Really Are': Blue man group

Lady Sif returns, hot on the trail of a Kree who's on the trail of... Skye?

A quick review of tonight's "Agents of SHIELD" coming up just as soon as I'm left with truncheon duty...

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<p>One Big Happy</p>

One Big Happy

Credit: NBC

Firewall & Iceberg, Episode 271: 'Powers,' 'iZombie,' 'Better Call Saul' & more

Dan and Alan also review 'One Big Happy' and answer your mail

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Happy Tuesday, boys and girls! We have some scheduling issues at the start of next week that makes the Firewall & Iceberg Podcast after this one questionable in date (though you'll likely still get one soon), so Dan and I wound up pairing this week's only notable premiere with two shows debuting a week from tonight, along with a couple of good listener questions and some discussion of last night's powerful "Better Call Saul." Enjoy.

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<p>Powers</p>

Powers

Credit: Sony

Review: PlayStation's 'Powers' fails to take flight

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Brian Michael Bendis comic about cops in a superhero world may defy TV adaptation

Early in Brian Michael Bendis' career in comics, before Marvel gave him the chance to reinvent Spider-Man, Daredevil, the Avengers and the X-Men, he wrote a terrific autobiographical comic called "Fortune and Glory," about his struggles to get his early film noir-style comics adapted into movies. He runs through the usual inside showbiz stories of near-misses and ridiculous studio notes, but is also very open about how much he had to learn about the differences in writing for the page and the screen. (He's embarrassed to realize, for instance, that much of his dialogue is too dense to come out of the mouths of actors and sound natural.)

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<p>Better Call Saul Jonathan Banks</p>

Better Call Saul Jonathan Banks

Credit: AMC

Review: 'Better Call Saul' - 'Five-O': Drunk man's bluff

Jonathan Banks shines in a Mike Ehrmantraut spotlight episode

A review of tonight's "Better Call Saul" coming up just as soon as you put a cone around my neck...

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<p>Game of Thrones</p>

Game of Thrones

Credit: HBO

HBO to launch standalone HBO Now streaming service in time for 'Game of Thrones'

Cable-less set up will be exclusive to Apple products for at least three months

HBO's standalone streaming service has a name, a price, a premiere month and, for now, an exclusive home in Apple TV.

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<p>Between</p>

Between

Credit: Netflix

Netflix avoiding binge-watching model for 'Between'

This morning, actress Jennette McCurdy tweeted out news about the May 21 premiere date for her new Netflix series "Between," about a town that gets quarantined after everyone over the age of 21 is killed by a mysterious virus. The interesting part here isn't the trailer itself, or the date, but the information at the very end of the trailer:

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<p>Last Man on Earth</p>

Last Man on Earth

Credit: FOX

Review: 'The Last Man on Earth' - 'Raisin Balls and Wedding Bells': Wigging out

Phil and Carol hit some bumps on their way down the aisle

A few thoughts on last night's "The Last Man on Earth" coming up just as soon as I take a blowtorch to these wigs...

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<p>Togetherness</p>

Togetherness

Credit: HBO

Duplass brothers look back on 'Togetherness' season 1

Looking back on season 1 of their HBO dramedy

"Togetherness" finished up a terrific first season last night, with an episode that left several core relationships in uncertain places, and with a final scene that featured dynamite work from Melanie Lynskey and John Ortiz. Last week, I had a chance to speak with two of the show's three creators, brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, about the season. (I spoke with the other creator and co-star, Steve Zissis, back in February.) Various thoughts from them on the season, the experience of the longtime indie filmmakers producing their first TV show (after stints acting in other people's shows), plans for the future, and more, coming up just as soon as the movers are not a taxi service...

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<p>The Walking Dead</p>

The Walking Dead

Credit: AMC

Review: 'The Walking Dead' - 'Forget': Z is for cookie

The people of Alexandria seem great, but shold they trust our heroes?

A review of tonight's "The Walking Dead" coming up just as soon as I'm wearing a windbreaker...

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