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Emily Nussbaum,

Emily Nussbaum, appears in the following:

When is it OK to Spoil?

Friday, December 28, 2012

People who watch TV when it actually airs and blab about it online can ruin it for those of us who watch shows at our leisure. Their excited Twitter chatter about the great twist in last night’s Mad Men is frustrating if you haven’t yet watched last night’s Mad Men. New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum is a prolific tweeter who began grappling with this problem after Twitter users complained about a phenomenon they called "Nussbombing." She talks to Brooke about her evolving system of spoiler etiquette.

 

Big Joe Turner - TV Mama

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When is it OK to Spoil?

Friday, May 25, 2012

People who watch TV when it actually airs and blab about it online can ruin it for those of us who watch shows at our leisure. Their excited Twitter chatter about the great twist in last night’s Mad Men is frustrating if you haven’t yet watched last night’s Mad Men. New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum is a prolific tweeter who began grappling with this problem after Twitter users complained about a phenomenon they called Nussbombing. She talks to Brooke about her evolving system of spoiler etiquette.

 

Big Joe Turner - TV Mama

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Finding Plot Threads Before 'LOST' Finale

Friday, May 21, 2010

Over the past six years, viewers (or perhaps the better term is devotees) of television’s hit mystery show, "LOST," have been patiently perplexed by the same questions as the show’s main characters. While these questions far outnumber answers in this show made famous for its mind bending twists and turns, that hasn’t stopped the legions of faithful to hope for the best when the show wraps in a 2 ½ hour series finale, set to air this Sunday.

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The New Golden Age of Television

Thursday, December 17, 2009

We all know "I Love Lucy," "The Honeymooners," and "The Andy Griffith Show" from the Golden Age of Television, but are "The Wire," "30 Rock," and "Mad Men" part of a new Golden Age of Television? Emily Nussbaum, Culture Editor of New York magazine, and Alan Sepinwall, TV Critic ...

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