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ATX TV Review: ‘Strange Angel’ – Scary Because It’s Real

Strange Angel

Rocket ships, sex cults and Scientology might seem like a strange combination of subjects for a TV show. CBS Interactive is bringing you all of them in Strange Angel, which premiered at the ATX Television Festival. The festival, promoted as “TV Camp for Adults,” ran June 7-10 in Austin, Texas. …

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ATX TV Event: ‘Breaking Bad’ Origin Tribute with Gilligan and Odenkirk

Better Call Saul

In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Breaking Bad, Entertainment Weekly hosted “Breaking Bad: Saul’s Origin Story” at the ATX Television Festival. The festival, promoted as “TV Camp for Adults”, ran June 7-10 in Austin, Texas. Fans were treated to the episode of Breaking Bad, shown on the big screen …

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ATX TV Review: HBO’s ‘Sharp Objects’ Goes Deep and Dark with Amy Adams

Sharp Objects

HBO premiered its new limited series, Sharp Objects, staring Amy Adams, at the ATX Television Festival, June 7-10 in Austin, Texas. The project brought together a talented team. The eight-part series derives from a book by New York Times bestselling author Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, Dark Places). Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas …

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SXSW TV World Premiere: ‘Barry’ Gives Hitting Your Mark a Double Meaning

Barry

In Bill Hader’s new eight-part series, 'Barry', which premiered at the 2018 SXSW Conference in Austin. he stars as a depressed hitman who wants out of his profession. He works for a friend of his dad, and gets guilted and pressured into continuing. He’s sent from his midwestern home to Hollywood to conduct a hit on an actor. He unintentionally follows him into an acting class where he finds acceptance and support. Can he change his profession?

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SXSW TV World Premiere: ‘Condor’ Keeps You Guessing

Condor

The classic thriller 'Three Days of the Condor' has been re-imagined for TV. Set in the current world of terrorism and government surveillance, 'Condor' goes deeper into political, personal, and psychological motivations than the movie had time for.

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