TV

My friend, the actor: Remembering Taylor Negron

The world knew this immensely talented man as the pizza guy, the creepy killer, the weird son-in-law. To me, he was just the greatest pal around.

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On the Telly: “Surviving Jack,” “Silicon Valley” and “Patton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time

“Law & Order: SVU” cop Christopher Meloni is the ball-busting but still-loving dad who is always on the case of the narrator’s younger self in the early ‘90s.

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Laverne Cox at QPenn: Ain’t I a woman?

The “Orange is the New Black” favorite Laverne Cox engaged with—and challenged—the university’s queer community.

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On the Telly: “Doll and Em,” “Hannibal” and “Inside Amy Schumer”

Emily Mortimer creates a show with a friend; “Hannibal” continues to fuel nightmares, and dirty-minded comedienne Amy Schumer returns for a second season.

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On the Telly: “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” “Resurrection” and “Review”

There’s a reason why Meyers continues to call the show a work-in-progress; ABC delivers a remake of the French supernatural drama, and Andy Daly goes out on his own.

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In Memoriam: David Brenner

The Philly native and observational humor pioneer, who died Saturday at age 78, was Carson’s go-to guy on “The Tonight Show.”

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On the Telly: “Crisis,” “From Dusk Till Dawn” and “Legit”

Suspenseful, action-packed stupidity hits NBC; Robert Rodriguez fans have a reason to support his new network, and Jim Jefferies’ hilariously wrong sitcom returns.

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On the Telly: “The Americans,” “Portlandia” and “Mind Games”

One season opener amps up the sex and violence, the best show (about white people) is back for a fourth season, and Christian Slater takes his umpteenth attempt to crack prime-time TV.

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On the Telly: “House of Cards,” “Dallas” and “Mixology”

Kevin Spacey’s amoral, fourth wall-breaking politician goes from scheming congressman to scheming V.P. and “Mixology” delivers enough clever laughs to make you wanna stick around.

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On the Telly: “Intelligence,” “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “Basketball Wives L.A.”

Another “Lost” alumni hits CBS, Jerry Seinfeld continues to find entertainment value in monotony, and some god-awful women return to TV.

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