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Better Call Saul, Sorry for Your Loss, Limetown cancelled; Debbie Gibson to visit Lucifer; + more

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  • Casting on TF1’s Une Affaire française

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  • BBC One green lights: disappearing submarine drama Vigil, with Suranne Jones, Rose Leslie, Shaun Evans et al
  • Trailer for season 5 of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9

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  • AMC developing: an awful lot of shows, including adaptation of Stephen King’s Sleeping Beauties
  • Peacock developing: girl group reunion comedy Girls5Eva……
  • MacGruber series and trans daughter comedy Clean Slate, with George Wallace and Laverne Cox
  • …green lights: sequel to Punky Brewster

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Inside No. 9 renewed; Dennis Haysbert is God; + more

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Abigail Breslin in Hulu's Reprisal
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What have you been watching? Including The Moodys, Reprisal and Work in Progress

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

The Moodys
Fox (US)’s The Moodys

This week’s reviews

Ironically, with Christmas just around the corner, we’re starting to track back on course with the TMINE schedule. Sure, Orange Thursday happened yesterday, but it still happened and it was quality stuff: Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) and The Philadelphia Experiment (2012). The reviews, that is – The Philadelphia Experiment was dreadful.

Otherwise, that’s been it, because I’ve been saving everything up to review today. So after the jump, you can find out what I thought about Fox (US)’s remake of Australia’s The Moodys, Hulu (US)’s David Lynch meets vengeance noir Reprisal and Showtime (US)’s moderately hopeful, gentle, genteel, lesbian/trans rom-com Work in Progress.

And it’s that time again! Yes, The CW’s Arrowverse shows are crossing over this week, with the cast all jumping over to each other’s shows. But with Arrow ending this season, they’ve upped the ante on last year’s Elseworlds crossover exponentially, to give us guest appearances from superhero shows and movies both current and past. And we’re going to talk about the first three of the five episodes after the jump. The other two are next year – I’m not just slacking off.

What’s coming this week

I didn’t manage to get to either Netflix’s V Wars or Apple TV+’s Truth Be Told, but even though I’m away again this weekend (cue Slade: it’s Christmas!), I hope to take in a few episodes of one or the other.

However, that’s about it for new TV shows this week, so I might have to ferret out something from the back catalogue to talk about.

On the other hand, there might not be time as next week will see the return of the yearly end-of-year TMINE tradition: I’ll be unveiling 2019’s TMINE’s Top N TV programmes, where N is a positive integer that you can have hours of fun guessing in advance. What’s in your Top N this year?

And thanks to Orange Thursday, I might even do a Top N films. Don’t hold me to that, though.

HBO’s Silicon Valley © Eddy Chen/HBO

The regulars

After the jump, we’ll also be talking about the latest episodes of the regulars: Evil, For All Mankind, The Mandalorian, Mr Robot, Servant, Silicon Valley, Stumptown and Watchmen, as well as the season and indeed series finale of Silicon Valley.

I’ve just lost patience with one of them. Can you guess which?

See you in a mo.

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Lucifer, Le Bureau des Légendes, Letterkenny renewed; Lucifer, Swamp Thing cancelled; + more

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  • Crave renews: Letterkenny
  • green lights: all-female-cult comedy New Eden, with Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette
  • Hamza Haq, Laurence Leboeuf and John Hannah to star in CTV’s Transplant

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  • Canal+ renews: Le Bureau des Légendes (The Bureau), Louis Garrel joins

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  • Cree Summer and Bryan Terrell Clark to guest on OWN’s Queen Sugar

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