296: Will Heidi And Tim's New Fashion Show Be Making The Cut?

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By Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting, David T. Cole

296: Will Heidi And Tim's New Fashion Show Be Making The Cut?

Wednesday, 1 April

One half of the GFY brain trust, Heather Cocks, came back to discuss Amazon's Project Runway with a big-budget twist: Making The Cut. As much as we love Naomi Campbell's sugar-free approach to, well, life, the panel agreed that Making The Cut has some structural problems (too long; dumb Tim 'n' Heidi "friend dates"), and too tight a focus on NOT being a sewing competition. Will any of us keep watching? You'll find out before we decide whether Emily Is Not A Crackpot for wanting period shows to air period commercials. We'll go Around The Dial with Call The Midwife content warning, the return of One Day At A Time, Barry, homemade Lego Masters spinoffs, Top Chef, and a Better Call Saul sound drop; later, we'll feel relieved that the Sherlock episode we all THOUGHT Erica presented as a Canon contender is actually for the Nonac. Kate McKinnon won, celebrity quarantine-busters lost, and Game Time stretched those family ties (sha la la laaaaa). Tick tock: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great.


Making The CutI Am Not A CrackpotATD: Call The MidwifeATD: One Day At A TimeATD: BarryATD: Lego MastersATD: Top Chef: All-StarsATD: Better Call SaulThe Nonac: Sherlock S04.E03: The Final ProblemWinner and Loser of the WeekGame Time: Family Ties


Tara's Primetimer piece on One Day At A TimeTara's Primetimer piece on Black Monday's male nudityPre-order Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks's The Heir AffairThe Blotter Presents podcastBuntsy on Tiger King for PrimetimerPhoto: Amazon


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