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How a show about nothing changed everything

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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
Simon & Schuster, 2016

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On July 5 "Seinfeld" made its television debut...

On July 5, 1989 “Seinfeld” made its debut on NBC.

The sitcom, lasting nine seasons, was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld. The sitcom, famously known as a “show about nothing,” was set in New York City, and featured Seinfeld dealing with everyday situations alongside his friends George Costanza (Jason Alexander) and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards), and his former girlfriend Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). 96 more words

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Veep EP Confirms Major Season 6 Reinvention: 'It's Uncharted Territory'

The following story contains spoilers about Veep‘s Season 5 finale, so proceed at your own risk.

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The perils of branded success: How Inside Amy Schumer deals with outside Amy Schumer

Amy Schumer can’t get away with ignoring her fame.

Her annus mirabilis of 2015, which took her from Peabody Award to constant viral star to creative force behind one of the most successful comedies of the year, sent her into another level of notoriety. 847 more words

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Silicon Valley / Veep

Over the past few years, Silicon Valley and Veep have become a reliable, fantastic one-two punch on HBO’s Sunday nights. Veep, by far, stole the evenings, delivering inspired and insane bursts of profane brilliance, and weaving in and out of the insanity of modern politics. 838 more words

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