Jeremy Likes TV

I like TV. Probably more than any human should.

Morning Links: 3/19/12

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Welcome to the Morning Links. Each weekday, I’ll provide you with some interesting television-related news items culled from the various TV websites I frequent on a regular basis with a slight bit of commentary attached. Pretty straightforward – no fuss, no muss. Hopefully your St. Patrick’s Day hangovers have cleared up by now but just in case… here’s a little hair of the links:

*Want some intel on last night’s finale of The Walking Dead? Click here. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)

*And here’s some spoiler-riffic casting news coming out of that above item. Again… don’t click if you haven’t seen last night’s Walking Dead yet. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)

*HBO has an interesting way of promoting the upcoming second season of Game Of Thrones in a new poster. It’s pretty badass but, a word of warning – do not click if you haven’t made it through season one yet. (Via EW)

*In other Game Of Thrones news, the release of the show’s first season on DVD set records for HBO in moving 350,000 units in its first week on shelves. I think people might like this show a little bit. (Via EW)

*Interesting essay by Hitfix’s Alan Sepinwall on how the social media age has impacted mysteries on television. Well worth a read.

*Everyone who watched the return of Community on Thursday… you are awesome. The show hit a season-high in both total viewers (4.89 million) and the 18-49 demo (2.2), improving upon what 30 Rock had done in the same timeslot all season. This is a great, great sign for Community’s chances of getting a fourth season this fall. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)

*Speaking of… The AV Club’s got a great interview with Oscar-winner and Community co-star Jim Rash. (Via The AV Club)

*TNT has set the premieres of both the second season of Falling Skies (June 17) and the reboot of Dallas (June 13) that I’m way too excited for. Oh… and also a bunch of other shows that I don’t care about at all. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)

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