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Two women meet at a support group after tragic losses and become unlikely friends despite their polar-opposite personalities.
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Dead to Me: SEASON 2, EPISODE 10: Where Do We Go From Here | TVBuzer

Aired: May 08,2020

Determined to protect her family, Jen tries to come clean about Steve's whereabouts, but the situation veers in an unexpected direction thanks to Judy.... more

 
 
 
 
 
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Dead to Me: 'Dead to Me' Renewed for Third and Final Season at Netflix News | TVBuzer

'Dead to Me' Renewed for Third and Final Season at Netflix

“Dead to Me” has been renewed for Season 3 at Netflix, which will also serve as the dark comedy’s last. The news comes about two months since the release of Season 2 back in May. With the renewal, Netflix also announced that it has inked a multi-year deal with series creator Liz Feldman for original series and other projects. “Dead to Me” stars Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini and James Ma... more

Dead to Me: PaleyFest La 2020 Lineup Includes 'Mandalorian,' 'Star Trek: Picard' News | TVBuzer

PaleyFest La 2020 Lineup Includes 'Mandalorian,' 'Star Trek: Picard'

The Paley Center for Media announced the lineup for PaleyFest LA 2020 on Tuesday. This year’s festival will open with the cast and creative team from ABC’s “Modern Family,” followed by Pop TV’s “One Day at a Time,” Netflix’s “A Special Evening with Dolly Parton” and “Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings,” CBS’s “NCIS: 400th Episode Celebration,” A... more

Dead to Me: From 'Dead To Me' to 'Why Women Kill,' Angry Women are Getting Their Due on TV News | TVBuzer

From 'Dead To Me' to 'Why Women Kill,' Angry Women are Getting Their Due on TV

Angry women, this is your time. At least on TV. From such classic sitcoms as “The Honeymooners” to more modern multicams including “Everybody Loves Raymond,” lead female characters were more often than not portrayed as foils or just general counterpoints to their husbands. Sometimes this was portrayed through hysterical antics; more commonly it was through a straight-woman role — one tinged with disapproval. Television comedies centered on romance or female friendships have tended to offer a reprieve from such small boxes, ... more

 
 
 
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