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HBO released new footage of two of its biggest shows. You can now watch a trailer for the third season of “True Detective” along with a two-second snippet from the upcoming “Game of Thrones” final season.

“Mr. Robot” will end after four seasons.

Emmy Rossum will leave “Shameless” after the upcoming ninth season.

DC Comics announced a launch date for its new streaming service, which will debut Sept. 15, while the first show, “Titans,” will premiere Oct. 12. This will cost you $7.99 a month.

Amazon shelved its new Woody Allen movie indefinitely. The company had reportedly paid $25 million for the project, called “A Rainy Day in New York.” Also the movie reportedly depicts a 44-year-old man having sex with a 15-year-old; filming wrapped before the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke.

Hulu released a trailer for its new Sean Penn show, “The First,” about an astronaut who doesn’t want to go to Mars.

Entertainment Weekly published teaser photos for the third season of “The Good Place,” and Amazon released teaser photos for its Matthew Weiner show, “The Romanoffs.”

John Goodman confirmed that ABC’s “The Conners” will kill off Roseanne Barr’s character. His character also got killed off, though, and then that character came back to life. So who knows.

“Sharp Objects” closed on a ratings high note, with 2.6 million viewers. Don’t be surprised if a second season ends up getting announced after all.

And Hulu gave “Rick and Morty” co-creator Justin Roiland his own animated show. It’s called “Solar Opposites” and will premiere in 2020.

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The Weekly Streamline Ranking Of All TV

Every week, Streamline ranks the best shows to watch right now.

The ranking prioritizes newness, quality and potential mass appeal. Read below the list for a more elaborate explanation of the methodology. 

For the weekend of Sept. 1, “Insecure” tops the list again.

“Ozark” joins the list on the bottom.

This will probably be the last time the ranking looks like this. Next week, look forward to a definitive break-down of the best TV of 2018 so far. That list will get incorporated into the bottom here somehow.


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