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"Barry" is getting a third season on HBO.
"Game of Thrones" isn't the only HBO stalwart coming to an end this spring, as "Veep" begins its final campaign. The network has paired it with a worthy running mate in season two of "Barry," the dark comedy about a hit man suddenly bitten by the acting bug.
The problem with saying who should win at the Emmys is that such choices inevitably come at the expense of someone else, who often will, and is just as deserving.
"Barry" invites comparisons to "Get Shorty," focusing as it does on a hit man who's suddenly and somewhat inexplicably bitten by the acting bug. But this HBO series from Bill Hader and "Silicon Valley's" Alec Berg turns into something more interesting, a bittersweet dramedy that's uncomfortably funny and simultaneously dark and tense.
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