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Reptar, Invader Zim, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Set to Invade San Diego Comic-Con

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Nickelodeon is bringing three one-of-a-kind virtual and real-world experiences to San Diego next month for Comic-Con International (SDCC). It will an event, says the network, that will have fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans saying “Cowabunga!” Bringing an 1,800 square-foot booth (#4113) to the Comic-Con convention floor, Nickelodeon will feature: …

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TV Review: Freeform’s ‘The Fosters’ on Netflix

Are you a cord cutter, like my household is? But do you miss watching many TV series available only on cable?  My wife and I are the same way. Streaming services like Hulu and Netflix are great ways to find those gems of series otherwise missed. While it can be annoying to …

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Conan O’Brien Gets Ready for ConanCon at San Diego Comic-Con

It’s become part of the annual San Diego Comic-Con (AKA SDCC) landscape. Starting the evening before the official start of the five days of controlled chaos that is SDCC, Conan O’Brien brings his TBS talk show to the venerable Spreckels theater in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District. Last year, I …

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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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