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Los Espookys presented by HBO
A primarily Spanish-language comedy from the minds of fresh, exciting talents Julio Torres and Ana Fabrega, alongside Fred Armisen and Lorne Michaels. Los Espookys series follows a group of friends who turn their love for horror into a peculiar business, providing horror to those who need it, in a dreamy Latin American country where the strange and eerie are just part of daily life.
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Men in Trees Retrospective
Relationship coach and best-selling author Marin Frist goes to a small town in Alaska for a conference about real love and the best ways to get married. After her own relationship falls apart, she finds herself stuck in a town full of the one thing she doesn't really need – available men.
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Most Likely to Make You Laugh
Join ATX for a conversation with the exceptionally funny women of NBC’s critically-acclaimed hit comedies “The Good Place,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and “Superstore.”
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Navigating International Markets
What makes a series valuable abroad? How do studios, networks, platforms and creatives work together to bring shows to the global market? Join us for a deep dive into developing, buying, selling, and packaging content for international distribution.
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One Day at a Time
A screening, conversation, and celebration of the Alvarez's with the cast & creatives of One Day at a Time. #SaveODAAT
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OPENING NIGHT: Euphoria presented by HBO
OPENING NIGHT SCREENING. Euphoria follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, sex, identity, trauma, social media, love and friendship.
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Perpetual Grace, LTD. presented by EPIX
PILOT EPISODE.In the premiere of this modern noir drama series, Pa (Sir Ben Kingsley) and Ma (Jacki Weaver) discover drug addict James (Jimmi Simpson) on an empty New Mexico road and bring him to their ranch in Half Acre, NM.
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The Pitch Competition presented by Southwest Airlines
The Pitch Finals have arrived! After narrowing down from hundreds of applicants, the judges are aching to hear our finalists pitch live, and name a winner! Join us as our ten finalists each get 3 minutes to give their best pitch. The winner will receive a development meeting with one of our judges and a chance to pitch to our network partners. Y’all never know, one of these series could be on your TV (or computer) next year!
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A Playwright Walks Into a Writers Room...
As networks and studios look to diversify their writers rooms through non-traditional routes, playwrights have quickly become some of TV’s top staffing contenders and most influential showrunners. Hear from several writers who made the jump from the theater to the writers room as they discuss what drew them to television, the unique challenges of writing for both stage and screen, and what this trend means both industries moving forward.
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The Power of Female Partnerships presented by Vanity Fair
Though the television industry may at times be ruthless, there are countless powerful stories of female partnerships that thrive despite the industry's hyper-competitive nature. In this panel, we'll explore several amazing friendships between women who partnered up at the beginning of their careers or at some point along the way (temporarily or permanently) to encourage one another, create a culture of empowerment, and produce some great TV.
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Power(ful) TV presented by the Television Academy
Through innate intimacy and week-to-week stories, television is arguably our most impactful medium, having the power to change hearts and minds. Hear creators, writers, and actors discuss how series can rise above trends and token characters by weaving in storylines of gender, race, religion, aging, immigration, health care, and many more — all with the belief that exposing audiences to a variety of people, experiences, and worlds they might never encounter will foster understanding, empathy, and community. 
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The Presidents of the Guilds
For the first time on a single stage, the leaders of some of the most prominent entertainment unions and guilds will take part in a discussion about what goes in to shaping the forward-movement of the industry, the state of television, the ongoing push for equal pay, equal opportunity, and safety standards across all of entertainment, and the importance of fostering a creative culture.
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