TV Columnist Advises Viewers on What to Watch Washington Post television columnist Tom Shales talks about what's (not) worth watching on television as the writers strike drags on.
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TV Columnist Advises Viewers on What to Watch

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TV Columnist Advises Viewers on What to Watch

TV Columnist Advises Viewers on What to Watch

TV Columnist Advises Viewers on What to Watch

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The contract talks between screenwriters and the studios have ground to a halt, and the prospect of the two sides coming to an agreement in the near future seems increasingly dim.

Alex Chadwick asks Washington Post television columnist Tom Shales about what's worth watching on television as the writers strike drags on ....Shales struggles to come up with a single option.