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Our clan may be small at times, or large, but we stick together at all times. We are the Night Owls. The one and only Night Owls. 25 more words

Blacklist

UK Financial Risk Regulator Bins Blacklist

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In a spectacular U-turn, the UK’s chief financial services regulator – the Financial Conduct Authority – has scrapped its list of countries not considered to pose money-laundering or financial crime risks. 118 more words

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2013-14 - New Shows

I rather arbitrarily describe the television year for US shows as starting in September (UK shows I cover separately). By my estimates on Wikipedia there were 51 ‘serious’ new drama shows this year (my list was a bit arbitrary as I excluded stuff on smaller channels or that were imported from outside US or that I’d never heard of in the slightest), and I’ve watched 26 pilots, so I’m pretty happy with a 50% hit rate. 1,392 more words

13-14 Season

10 Shows to Watch This Fall

September is upon us and television lovers know that the start of this month means the start of new shows. Our old favorites returning but this season also carries the winds of something new. 1,551 more words

Television

Blacklist streams on Netflix

Netflix acquired the first dibs to stream NBC’s Blacklist last Friday for $2 million an episode, making this the largest amount of money paid to steam a series on Netflix, various websites reported. 124 more words

The Friday Full-O-Win Bulletin

In the words of the infamous musician who forever immortalized a day of the week in song, it’s Fry-day! And if there is anything consistent in this crazy world it’s that… 737 more words

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Screenwriter Walter Bernstein at 95: Still Front and Center

Ask Walter Bernstein what makes for a good screenplay, and he’ll answer you with a (possibly apocryphal) story about Henry David Thoreau. “He was living out at Walden Pond and a friend came to tell him that Samuel Morse had just made the first successful wireless telegraph transmission from Boston to Portland, or something like that,” Bernstein says with the practiced storyteller’s delight in a well-told tale. 1,865 more words

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