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TELEVISION

HBO opens up the vaults, offers 500 free hours of streaming select series

The shows available include “The Sopranos,” “Veep,” “Six Feet Under,” “The Wire,” “Barry,” “Silicon Valley,” and “True Blood.”

TELEVISION

Two sitcoms depart, and it’s like saying goodbye to family

Both "Modern Family” and “Schitt’s Creek” offer the kind of interpersonal warmth that is so desirable — even essential — at all times, but particularly at this time.

TELEVISION

Brady and Mickelson, Manning and Woods to team up for coronavirus relief

Legends of the NFL and PGA to compete in two-on-two TV benefit golf match.

PBS’s ‘World on Fire’ a widescreen view of wartime

The "Masterpiece" series is an epic ensemble piece set against the early years of World War II.

TV CRITIC'S CORNER

Here’s how ‘ER’ would have approached the pandemic

Neal Baer, a writer and producer on the hit medical show in the first years, as well as a practicing pediatrician, told E! what the "ER" take on COVID-19 might have looked like.

TELEVISION

Take a good look at the consistently good John Turturro

The actor has stood out recently in “The Plot Against America,” “The Night Of,” and "Gloria Bell."

COMFORT ZONE

‘Some Good News,’ with your anchor, John Krasinski

Guests on the Newton native's online show included his old "Office"-mate Steve Carell and a California teen recovering from cancer.

TV CRITIC'S CORNER

The time is right to revisit ‘The Night Of’

The eight-part crime drama from 2016 invites you to think about the inequities and the corruption of our justice system, and it also tells a really good story.