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Blogcritics Premieres Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV

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Join Blogcritics TV writers and editors every Sunday night to talk about the week’s TV via CoverItLive’s Live Chat. Is there a hot show you’ve “discovered?” Stop on by and share it with us.

Is an old favorite TV series getting a little long in the tooth—or, heaven forbid, jumped the shark? Let’s talk!

As we learn what things you want to discuss, we will adjust, tweak and host special theme nights. Drama, comedy, cable, miniseries, late night talk show, you name it, we’ll be here to discuss it.

Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV will be “on the air” from 9-10 PM ET every Sunday night hosted by Co-executive Editor Barbara Barnett and TV Writer JeromeWetzelTV (and you never know who else will pop by!) Help spread the word using the hashtag #LetsTalkTV whenever tweeting or re-tweeting.

The page for the each week’s new Chatterbox will be up by Friday morning each week. Follow the hashtag #LetsTalkTV for the weekly link—or subscribe to this feature.

This week, we’re going to discuss the new fall season. ABC’s Once Upon a Time premieres this Sunday, have a look and then let us know what you think! Coming on the heels of that show is Grimm, another take on the land of fairy tales. Playboy Club is gone, but what about the other ’60s series Pan Am? Are you watching Homeland? STARZ’ new series Boss? Stop by and let us know whether you think they will sink or swim.

And then there are the veteran series back this for another season. Are your must-see series still appointment TV for you? Or have you replaced them with newer, fresher fare?

So tune in and join us Sunday night for Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV!

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About Barbara Barnett

Barbara Barnett is publisher and executive editor of Blogcritics, as well as a noted entertainment writer. Author of Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D., her primary beat is primetime television. But Barbara writes on an everything from film to politics to technology to all things pop culture and spirituality. She is a contributor to the book called Spiritual Pregnancy (Llewellyn Worldwide, January 2014) and has a story in Riverdale Ave Press' new anthology of zombie romance, Still Hungry for your Love. She is hard at work on what she hopes will be her first published novel.