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DRAMA HALT AND CATCH FIRE

8.4 0PM, S HOW­CASE

With the sto­ry­line from last sea­son wrapped up – they built the com­puter and parted ways – the ac­tion picks up 18 months later, with im­ma­ture but bril­liant Cameron’s (Macken­zie Davis) net­work game ser­vice a suc­cess. Mean­while, Joe (Lee Pace) has set­tled down with a good woman, or has he?

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SU­PER­STAR DJS WITH AN­NIE MAC 9PM, S BS2 Dutch DJ Tiësto has been man­ning the decks for three decades, mak­ing his name in trance be­fore fac­ing ac­cu­sa­tions of “selling out” thanks to a new, more com­mer­cial sound. Filmed over two years, Mac finds a man who still loves his no­madic lifestyle even as he en­ters mid­dle age.

COM­EDY THE BRINK K 7 PM, S HOW­CASE WCASE Well worth watch­ing but with two episodes left it’s time to o ask why this HBO geo-po­lit­i­cal satire fea­tur­ing ng top notch comic tal­ent (Jack Black, Tim Rob­bins, ob­bins, right) isn’t ac­tu­ally bet­ter than it is. The e satire is a lit­tle in­sipid, the char­ac­ters too o broadly drawn, and the dra­matic stuff (bomb­ings, tor­ture, mil­i­tary ary coups) doesn’t re­ally res­onate. te. Oh well, at least you get to see some­one e drink­ing a bot­tle of mouth­wash.

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