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The A.V. Club

The A.V. Club is American Comedy TV series. It premiered on Mar 16, 2017, on Fusion.

Seasons

How Many Season Does The A.V. Club Have: 1 (12 episodes)

Season 2

Fusion

Season 1

Season premieres on March 16, 2017

Fusion, 12 episodes

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'The A.V. Club' What Time Does it Start?

The A.V. Club is on Fusion (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 12 (Episode 12) - Air Date: Jun 01, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Rear Window - The A.V. Club - via Film

With their gloriously detailed restoration projects, preservation experts Robert Harris and James Katz have always distinguished themselves by giving moviegoers a new experience with an acknowledged classic. From the crystalline 70mm images of Lawrence Of Arabia to the previously excised "oyster" scene between Laurence Olivier and Tony Curtis in Spartacus, to the startlingly vivid sound and Technicolor picture in Vertigo, many revelations have come as a result of their painstaking labor. Given this reputation, some may be disappointed that their new reissue of Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 masterpiece Rear Window isn't noticeably different from other versions. But in order to fully appreciate Harris and Katz's efforts, it's important to note just how close the film was to extinction. Damaged almost beyond repair from poor storage and overprinting, Rear Window arrived at the Universal archives with a faded original camera negative and an unusable optical soundtrack. Thanks to the restoration team, film lovers won't have to consider the tragic ironies of losing perhaps the single greatest metaphor for the cinema ever made. Opening with a memorable shot of blinds rolling up like curtains on a screen, Hitchcock plants laid-up photojournalist James Stewart in a wheelchair facing a courtyard of open windows. Confined all day to his stuffy two-room apartment, Stewart passes the time by peering into his neighbor's private lives, a growing obsession that doesn't please his "too-perfect" girlfriend, played by Grace Kelly. But the suspicious behavior of a salesman (Raymond Burr) who may or may not have killed his wife convinces the pair to do some sleuthing. Hitchcock proves again to be "The Master Of Suspense," but in Rear Window—and much of his other work, for that matter—he's the master of a lot more than that. Witness, for example, his suggestive use of offscreen space to piece together a murder without showing a single violent act. Or the subtle erotic charge that finally hits Stewart once Kelly leaves the apartment and crosses over into his voyeuristic gaze. Or the film's witty commentary on the fundamental oddities of human behavior. In its perfect fusion of popular entertainment and high art, Rear Window ranks among Hitchcock's best.

The gorgeous throwback romance Cold War finds love and strife on both sides of the Iron Curtain - The A.V. Club - via Film

The best indie and rock albums of 2018 - The A.V. Club - via Music

On The Tonight Show, John Mulaney talks Spider-Ham, Pete Davidson's Steely Dan rebellion - The A.V. Club - via News

Cicada's origin is revealed in a belated Thanksgiving episode of The Flash - The A.V. Club - via Tv

The A.V. Club will soon exist in TV show form - A.V. Club - via News

Last year, my A.V. Club colleagues and I surveyed the media landscape and reached a troubling conclusion: There simply aren’t enough television shows. To remedy that shortfall, we’re taking matters into our own hands. We’re launching a TV program called The A.V. Club, which has a nice ring to it. The show premieres March 16 at 9 p.m. Eastern on Fusion TV, part of our Univision media conglomerate family.

After an inconsistent back half, the fourth season of Gotham ends on a high note - The A.V. Club - via Tv

Legion, The Good Place, S-Town among the 60 nominees for this year's Peabody Awards - The A.V. Club - via News

Wrinkles in time, iron giants, ready players: 28 movies coming this March - The A.V. Club - via Avclub

The Stooges, Nico, and Swamp Dogg were the underground heroes of 1970 - The A.V. Club - via Avclub

Tim Buckley is best known as the father of Jeff, the son he only met once. But in the 1960s, Buckley was an up-and-coming singer-songwriter in his own right, landing a few career breaks—signing with Frank Zappa’s label; playing the last song ever on The Monkees TV show—before dying of a heroin overdose at 28. His most lasting work, “Song To The Siren,” is a haunting collection of stanzas that harken back to the era of wandering minstrels, with Buckley’s voice hanging on only the frailest of lacey acoustic guitar lines. Buckley’s lyricist partner, Larry Beckett, contributes some of his most literary work as the bard faintly tries but fails to escape the command of that mythical creature: “Should I stand at the breakers / Or should I lie with death my bride?” The hypnotic song has been covered many times—most successfully by This Mortal Coil in 1983 (a version that famously inspired David Lynch and the sound of Twin Peaks), and most recently by Wolf Alice just last year. But for sheer poetic purity, it’s hard to top Buckley’s original. [Gwen Ihnat]

Here's what's coming to Amazon Prime in June - The A.V. Club - via News

Former writer John Mulaney returns to host a hilarious Saturday Night Live - The A.V. Club - via Tv

John Carpenter looms over a day of madness and violence at Cannes - The A.V. Club - via Avclub

Vampire Weekend, Flying Lotus, and Carly Rae Jepsen lead a massive May in new music - The A.V. Club - via Music

5 new releases we love: Bracingly original pop, lost Motown gems, and more - The A.V. Club - via Music

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