Netflix and the Sweet Release of Garbage TV — TV Podcast

Netflix and the Sweet Release of Garbage TV — TV Podcast
For all intents and purposes, we’re currently stuck in the content desert of the annual TV cycle. Too early for most heavy-duty Emmy contenders to premiere, too late for the end-of-the-year release rush to qualify for the guild and Golden Globe awards.

That’s not to say that quality programming is entirely absent from the queue — with Amazon’s “Hunters” dropping February 21 and FX on Hulu’s “Devs” premiering March 5 — but for the most part, the current TV vibe is to lay low, play catch-up, watch screeners, and prepare for the onslaught that is the final quarter of the Emmy eligibility calendar.

Of course, if the thought of trying to clean out your DVR is too daunting or you just can’t bring yourself to sit down and engage with the brilliant, but excruciating, historical horror of series including “Chernobyl” or “When They See Us,” it’s only natural
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