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This Week in TV News: TV’s Zoom Reunions and Shows You Should Watch (According to Experts)

By Cadent Staff
05/07/20 < 1 minute READ

This week, we’re talking about new creative from insurance brand Progressive, the TV shows you should stream according to people who make and critique TV, and social distancing reunions to tune into.

Progressive’s Flo goes remote. A series of three new ds from Progressive and its agency Arnold focuses on the brand’s fictional team of insurance salespeople and their experiences working from home. Technical challenges are plentiful in the ads, which were filmed remotely by the actors on their iPhones. (Adweek)

What TV writers are streaming. With shelter-in-place orders and social distancing rules putting in-person production on hold for the foreseeable future, TV writers find themselves (like the rest of us) with more time to try shows. Here’s what 11 writers are watching, from a “Nashville” writer to a writer who worked on “Mad Men” and “Mrs. America.” (The New York Times)

What The New Yorker’s TV critics are streaming.  and 

Social distancing reunions on TV you shouldn’t miss. Vanity Fair rounded up the TV reunions you should check out, including “The Nanny,” “The Office” and “Mama Mia.” (Vanity Fair)

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