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Reviewing the promised last Sharknado movie and a series of considerably higher ambition, Acorn TV's Glory Road

The Syfy network made five Sharknado movies before finally deciding to stop (or so they say) with The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time. Unclebarky.com, your full-service home for all forms of TV, has a brain cell-killing review right here.

Plus, the esteemed Judy Davis co-stars in the Australian-made Mystery Road, a six-episode whodunit that begins streaming in full Monday on Acorn TV. That review is here.

Also, in case you missed it, D-FW’s CBS11 has gone in house to hire its latest news director. Details are on our Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark

Doing it his way: former TEGNA8 investigator Brett Shipp's new website portrays him as an avenger who will spread your word

He abruptly ended his long career at TEGNA8 to run for Congress. That failed in a big way, and now investigative reporter Brett Shipp has a new website in which he positions himself as a lone ranger seeking truth and justice for aggrieved clients. Our story is on the Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.

Plus, we catch up on the all the new reboots/rebirths on the TV Bulletin Board page.
Ed Bark

Get Shorty returns in even better form

Season Two of Epix’s Get Shorty launches on Sunday, Aug. 12th with back-to-back episodes. Terrifically entertaining, with a continued first-rate performance by Chris O’Dowd. Our review is here.

Plus, the Dallas Cowboys’ first preseason game lights up Thursday’s latenight Nielsens in D-FW. All the numbers are right here.
Ed Bark

John McCaa leaving TEGNA8 in March after long, salutory career

John McCaa, a mainstay at Dallas-based TEGNA8 since 1984, is opting to retire in March of next year after declining management’s offer to stay on. All the details are on our Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark

Mark Ginther out as NBC5's vice president of news

After nearly three years in the position, Mark Ginther was fired Monday as vice president of news at Fort Worth-based NBC5. Further details are on our Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.

Also, TEGNA8 sports anchor Dale Hansen signs a new two-year deal that will take him through 2020.
Ed Bark