Yes, I'm a TV critic. But I've always believed my job is less about thumbs -- up or down -- and more about the conversation. Because the more choices we have, the fewer people in our lives know what we're talking about when we say, "Did you see that?" And that's when television really starts to get interesting.

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TV picks: ‘Luther,’ ‘Spanish Princess,’ ‘BET Awards’ and more

What's new or noteworthy on television in the coming week.

KYW Newsradio’s Steve Nikazy gets ready to sign off

A familiar voice for 29 years, Nikazy says his last day at the station will be June 28.


Liked ‘Chernobyl’ and 'When They See Us’? HBO’s ‘Years and Years’ sees more trouble ahead.

As some shows put events of the past intoperspective, a new drama from the creator of "Torchwood" takes us into an unsettling, not-so-distant future.


As EW reunites ‘Angel’ cast, Philly’s David Boreanaz talks about the day he thought he was being fired

Boreanaz, now the star of CBS's "SEAL Team," once took a lunch invitation from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon as a bad sign.


CNN takes Philly’s ‘Toxic City’ to a national audience

Comedian W. Kamau Bell's documentary series looks at environmental issues in Philadelphia and Chester, bringing some of the stories told in the Inquirer's Pulitzer-finalist series to a national audience.


TV picks: ‘City on a Hill,’ ‘The Good Fight,’ ‘Yellowstone,’ and more

What's new or noteworthy in the coming week of television.


‘Good Morning America’ in Philadelphia: Ponchos, Patti LaBelle, and one very surprised dad

"A rainy day in the field beats a sunny day in the studio, any day of the week,” said "GMA" anchor Robin Roberts afterward of the wet broadcast from Eakins Oval.

‘Good Morning America’ is in Philly Thursday: Tickets are still available

On Thursday, Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, and Michael Strahan will co-anchor the show live from Eakins Oval, opposite the Art Museum.

‘Beat Shazam’ episode featuring Jersey Shore musician ends on sad note

Viewers Monday learned that a contestant on the winning team had died some time after episode was taped.

Comcast just made it easier to spy on your pets

A new artificial intelligence-powered filter will sort through motion-triggered Xfinity Camera footage to find the family dog and other critter companions.