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Reviewing Syfy's Deadly Class and The CW's Roswell, New Mexico

The Syfy network’s ambitiously mounted Deadly Class is something to see and hear, although some might be put off from the very start. It launches on Wednesday, Jan. 16th, and our review is on the new Nat’l News/Reviews 2019 page.

Plus, in case you missed it, there’s also a look at The CW’s Roswell, New Mexico, a reboot of The WB’s 1999 space invaders series.
Ed Bark

HBO's Season three of True Detective and Fox's premiere of The Passage are both worth your patronage

Two new reviews are up on the Nat’l News/Reviews 2019 page.

An up-close look at HBO’s latest incarnation of True Detective is right here. And our take on Fox’s sci-fi series The Passage can be found here.
Ed Bark

Reviewing CBS' Fam, where the interracial dynamics are shown but not stated

CBS has a new and novel sitcom called Fam, which premieres Thursday, Jan. 10th at 8:30 p.m. (central). It’s novel because the interracial relationships are firmly in place but not dwelt on. Our review is on the new Nat’l News/Reviews 2019 page.

Plus, the Tuesday-Wednesday D-FW Nielsen ratings “snapshot” is now on display.
Ed Bark

Reviewing the ABC spinoff Schooled

ABC passed on the first intended spinoff of The Goldbergs before buying a retooled version of Schooled that could use a little detention. It launches on Wednesday, Jan. 9th, and our review is on a new unclebarky.com page, National News/Reviews 2019.

Also, TEGNA8 reporter Todd Unger has decided to leave the Dallas-based station after a six-year stay. Details are on the Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark

Golden Globes coming again to NBC; morning anchor Marc Fein exiting from NBC5

Fair warning: The 76th Golden Globes awards are coming Sunday night to NBC. But at this point, are they pretty much past our collective ridicule? A case can be made, and it’s on our Network News & Reviews page.

Plus, NBC5 will be parting ways with weekday early morning anchor Marc Fein. Station management of course has no comment, but it’s true. Details are on the Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark