TV con­fi­den­tial: Signs of sea­son to come at crit­ics’ meet­ing

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

BEV­ERLY HILLS, Calif. — The star­dust has set­tled from the just-ended Tele­vi­sion Crit­ics As­so­ci­a­tion’s an­nual sum­mer meet­ing, re­veal­ing a lot, if not ev­ery­thing, about the 2017-18 TV sea­son.

With a posh Bev­erly Hills ho­tel as the stag­ing cen­tre, a two-week pa­rade of ac­tors, pro­duc­ers and ex­ec­u­tives dished in Q&A ses­sions about their projects and TV in gen­eral. Au­di­ences will get the chance to re­visit “Will & Grace,’’ which will be back on NBC, and revel in Larry David’s crank­i­ness with the re­turn of “Curb Your En­thu­si­asm’’ on HBO.

There are a fresh faces to meet as well, in­clud­ing Bran­don Micheal Hall on ABC’s “The Mayor’’ and nine-yearold Iain Ar­mitage on CBS’ “Young Shel­don,’’ a pre­quel to “The Big Bang The­ory.’’

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