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Mo Ryan reviews Supergirl, Master of None, Wicked City, and more!

Variety’s Mo Ryan joins Bill and Wendy to discuss the latest trends in television. She reviews Supergirl, Master of None, and Wicked City. Then, she explains a phenomenon that she describes as “the blockbusterization of TV.” 12 more words

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Variety Expands TV Team with Maureen Ryan

Variety is boosting its award-winning television coverage with the hiring of acclaimed critic Maureen Ryan.

Ryan, a widely respected voice in the industry, will work alongside Variety’s longtime TV critic Brian Lowry, to cover the ever-expanding slate of programming now offered. 269 more words

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For Peabody Jurors, the Message Is the Medium

On the face of it, it might be surprising to learn than a CW series based on a telenovela would take home a prestigious Peabody Award. 624 more words

Awards

Huffington Post TV Critic Maureen Ryan talks "Mad Men"

Huffington Post TV Critic Maureen Ryan joins Matt to talk character development as “Mad Men” reached the end of its era Sunday. 9 more words

Matt Bubala

Maureen Ryan: 'Orphan Black', 'Better Call Saul' and more

A TV critic at the Huffington Post, Maureen Ryan, breaks down the hottest TV on the air and on Netflix. ‘Orphan Black’, ‘Better Call Saul’ are among shows discussed. 13 more words

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

Huffington Post TV Critic Maureen Ryan

Huffington Post TV Critic Maureen Ryan joined Garry to talk about what has worked, and what has not so far in the fall TV season. Maureen also talked about the season premiere of The Walking Dead, tried to convince Garry that Blackish is worth watching, and had some news on the new Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. 31 more words

Garry Meier

Garry Meier Full Show 10/13/14

In a shocking turn of events, the winner of the Chicago Marathon on Sunday was a runner from Kenya. Huffington Post TV Critic Maureen Ryan joined Garry to talk about what has worked, and what has not so far in the fall TV season. 185 more words

Garry Meier