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11 TV shows to check out before the end of the year

New series include another HBO rich-people crime drama, a Stephen King pandemic nightmare, and a star-studded adaptation of “Between the World and Me."

‘Dexter’ is getting another shot on Showtime

The network is bringing back the show for a 10-episode season next fall, which may give it a chance to revisit the 2013 finale that was so unsatisfying.

To see David Byrne’s uplifting 'American Utopia’ is to believe

The film is a celebration of Byrne’s music at this dire moment in time, performed brilliantly and punctuated by his concise anecdotes, asides, and philosophical comments.

TELEVISION

Trump and Biden to go head-to-head, on separate networks

Biden agreed to do a town hall in Philadelphia with ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos, which will air Thursday at 8 p.m. on ABC. And now Trump is going to do a town hall on the same night, at the same time, on NBC with Savannah Guthrie.

TELEVISION

‘Shameless’ to close out with COVID-19 story line

Showtime has just announced that the final season will premiere on Sunday, Dec. 6.

What the Constitution means to women

Heidi Schreck’s acclaimed Broadway play arrives on Amazon Prime with its power largely intact.

Elizabeth Warren rates President Trump’s COVID-19 response, reacts to Supreme Court nomination hearings

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night and offered her take on Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, and President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

COMFORT ZONE

‘SNL’ the same as it ever was

Viewers have been complaining about the show’s decline almost since it premiered in 1975. But it’s always been uneven.