We all know that April is a big month around here. We got the conclusion of a few shows and the return of others. Of course, a few fanatics, not seen for most of the year flock in because of all the doings in a place called Westeros. The month is jam packed though will a lot of other content and it is all worth exploring to somebody so let’s get to it. Here is What’s On. You’ll be surprised.
Original Series: The inaugural season of VINYL concludes in April. It hasn’t been a phenomenal hit for HBO, but it has kept us talking around here. Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Ato Essandoh, Max Casella, P.J. Byrne, J.C. MacKenzi 17e, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Juno Temple, Jack Quaid, James Jagger and Paul Ben-Victor all do their parts to give us a ride through the sex and drug addled music business just at the dawn of punk, disco and hip-hop. The series continues with a new episode on SUNDAY, APRIL 03 beginning at 9:00pm. It is followed by another episode on 04.10.16 before its season finale on 04.17.16. How does it all play out? We only have the following shallow details.
— Episode #08 “E. A. B.” Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 03 at 9:00pm
Rebuffed by a loan officer with high-school ties to Zak, a desperate Richie approaches Maury about doing a deal with Galasso. Devon and Ingrid make the scene at Max’s Kansas City, where Devon impresses photographer Billy McVicar with her ability to charm a major celebrity into giving up his photo. Tasked by Richie to come up with a new song, Kip and the Nasty Bits get a crash course in the blues from Lester. Andrea fires a longtime American Century employee, angering Richie. Clark finds musical enlightenment from his onetime mailroom nemesis, Jorge. Other HBO playdates: 04.03 at 11:31pm, 04.04 at 2:00am & 11:00pm, 04.05 at 8:00pm, 04.06 at 10:15pm, 04.08 at 4:00am and 04.09 at 11:00pm.
— Episode #09 “Rock and Roll Queen” Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 10 at 9:00pm
— Episode #10 “Alibi” Debut SUNDAY, APRIL 17 at 9:00pm
We all know which dramatic hour takes its place beginning on SUNDAY, APRIL 24. That is the night GAME OF THRONES Season Six debuts at the 9:00 hour ET. What an exciting season it should be as the show goes into uncharted territory not covered in the George R. R. Martin books. As far as what we know about any of the particular regarding episodes we have to offer you a big fat “O” – goose egg. So this trailer will just have to suffice.
Now as we shift to the 10:00 ET hour we look at the half hour shows ending and returning in the coming month. We start with the concluding episodes of GIRLS. The Lena Dunham led series runs behind VINYL to wrap up its fifth season. It runs SUNDAY, APRIL 03, 04.10 and closes the season on 04.17.
Note: If you watch the show you know that there are episodes 7 – 10 to go. That means that on 04.17 GIRLS runs back-to-back episodes to conclude. Here are the details.
— Episode #49 (season 5, episode 7): “Hello Kitty” Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 03 at 10:00pm
Hannah (Lena Dunham) is reprimanded by the school principal, and her response infuriates Fran (Jake Lacy). At Adam’s (Adam Driver) play, a nervous Jessa (Jemima Kirke) worries about seeing Hannah after their fight, and Marnie (Allison Williams) shares news with Ray (Alex Karpovsky). Elijah (Andrew Rannells) attends a swanky party at Dill’s (Corey Stoll) apartment, where he gets the impression that he might be one of many. Written by Sarah Heyward; directed by Richard Shephard. Other HBO playdates: 04.03 at 1:00am & 3:00am), 04.04 at 2:05am, 04.06 at 9:30pm, 04.07 at 11:05pm, 04.08 at 4:15am and 04.09 at midnight.
— Episode #50 (season 5, episode 8): “Homeward Bound” Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 10 at 10:00pm.
Stranded after her summer road trip with Fran is cut short, Hannah is rescued by Ray, but their trip back to NYC gets derailed. When he hasn’t heard from Caroline, Adam stops by Laird’s (Jon Glaser) place and stays to help with the baby. Back from Japan, Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) gets a wakeup call over a sushi lunch. While recording a new song, Marnie is given parameters for her relationship with Desi (Ebon Moss-Bachrach). Written by Murray Miller; directed by Jamie Babbit. Other HBO playdates: 04.10 at 1:00am & 3:00am, 04.11 at 1:15am, 04.13 at 9:30pm, 04.14 at 10:30pm, 04.15 at 2:35am and 04.16 at 11:20pm.
— Episode #51 (season 5, episode 9): “Love Stories” Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 17 at 10:00pm.
After Hannah gives Principal Toby (Douglas McGrath) unexpected news, she runs into Tally (Jenny Slate), her old friend-slash-nemesis. Marnie has an unsettling dream and later tries to work things out with Desi. Noticing that business is suffering at Ray’s, Shoshanna offers to help with marketing, performing clandestine research on the competition. Elijah makes his pitch to Dill for their relationship to be exclusive. Written by Max Brockman & Jason Kim & Lena Dunham; directed by Alex Karpovsky. Other HBO playdates: 04.17 at 12:30am & 3:00am, 04.18 at 2:10am, 04.20 at 9:30pm, 04.21at 1:40am, 04.22 at 4:05am and 04.23 at 3:20am.
— Episode #52 (season 5, episode 10): “I Love You Baby” (season finale) Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 17 at 10:30pm.
Elijah and Loreen (Becky Ann Baker) help Hannah with her plan to participate in the Moth Story Slam. Marnie prepares to go on tour with Desi. Shoshanna’s idea for an “anti-hipster” Ray’s takes off. After helping take care of the baby, Jessa and Adam have an epic fight. Written by Judd Apatow & Lena Dunham & Jenni Konner; directed by Jenni Konner. Other HBO playdates: 04.17 at 1:00am & 3:30am, 04.18 at 2:40am, 04.20 at 10:00pm, 04.21 at 2:10am, 04.22 at 4:35am and 04.23 at 3:50am.
While that show offers up the GIRLS and their exploits the show taking their slot, beginning on SUNDAY, APRIL 24 is the crew from SILICON VALLEY. The show returns for its ten-episode third season and gives us a comic look at the modern-day epicenter of the high-tech gold rush. Are you going to join Thomas Middleditch, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Josh Brener, Amanda Crew, Matt Ross, Suzanne Cryer and Jimmy O. Yang? Are you wondering what is going to happen to Pied Piper? Stick around for this acclaimed series to find out. They have lost data here because all we can give you is episode title for the season premiere: “Founder Friendly” and a repeat of the trailer.
That leaves us with the 10:30pm ET shows. We just recently learned that TOGETHERNESS was not renewed for a Season Three so these final episodes in April will serve as the ending for the Duplass Brothers series. Brett and Michelle (Mark Duplass, Melanie Lynskey) struggle to make sense of where their marriage might be heading next, Alex (Steve Zissis) returns home reinvigorated by his newfound success and Tina (Amanda Peet) presses herself to figure out what her life should look like. Will we get the kind of resolutions we want? Either way, we are bummed about it leaving us so soon. It airs SUNDAY, APRIL 03 and ends 04.10 giving the series a total of sixteen episodes. The final two are –
— Episode #15 (season 2, episode 7): “The Sand Situation” Debut date: SUNDAY, APRIL 3 at 10:30pm
Facing pressure to build the school she envisioned, Michelle (Melanie Lynskey) turns to Brett (Mark Duplass) and Alex (Steve Zissis) for help. A midnight trip to the beach puts Brett in an awkward situation, while Alex worries about Tina’s (Amanda Peet) behavior. Written and directed by Jay Duplass & Mark Duplass. Other HBO playdates: 04.03 at 12:30am & 3:30am, 04.04 at 2:35am, 04.05 at 11:00pm, 04.06 at 4:35am), 04.07 at 10:35pm and 04.09 at 2:35am.
— Episode #16 (season 2, episode 8): “For the Kids” (series finale) Debut date: SUNDAY, APRIL 10 at 10:30pm
Michelle is inspired by the kids as the foursome makes a last-ditch effort to save her charter school plans. Written and directed by Jay Duplass & Mark Duplass. Other HBO playdates: 04.10 at 12:30am & 3:30am, 04.11 at 1:45am, 04.12 at 12:55am, 04.13 at 3:45am, 04.14 at 10:00pm and 04.16 at 2:20am.
Replacing it coming SUNDAY, APRIL 24 is the award-winning VEEP which runs for 10 episodes. This Emmy-nominated series stars Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus as former Vice President Selina Meyer, who became president after her predecessor stepped down. The cast also includes Emmy winner Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky, Reid Scott, Matt Walsh, Timothy C. Simons, Sufe Bradshaw, Kevin Dunn, Gary Cole, Sam Richardson and Hugh Laurie. Dave Mandel, Frank Rich, Chris Godsick, Julia Louis Dreyfus and Lew Morton executive produce. Come on and admit that Selina Meyer is your favorite POTUS out there! The title of the Season Five opener is “The Morning After” and another look at the trailer.
Jay and Mark Duplass still have a development deal with HBO. For example ANIMALS. is a project they produce. That animated series presents the final episodes of its first season in April. It debuts FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 11:30pm. Check it out.
— Episode #9: “Squirrels. Part II.”
Debut: FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 11:30pm
Squirrels Phil, Mike and April reach the thrilling conclusion of their treacherous journey out of their collapsed tree home. A queen ant goes undercover as a worker ant to make friends. Written by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano; directed by Phil Matarese, Mike Luciano and Dominic Polcino. Other HBO playdates: April 01 at 1:25am, 04.05 at 5:00am and 04.06 at 5:05am.
— Episode #10: “Turkeys.” (season finale) Debut: FRIDAY, APRIL 08 at 11:30pm
After his wife is taken from him, a turkey seeks revenge on The Mayor during the Thanksgiving parade. Two rat teens venture out of the sewer and discover the joys and horrors of life aboveground. Written by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano; directed by Phil Matarese, Mike Luciano and Wes Archer. Other HBO playdates: 04.08 at 1:30am, 04.12 at 5:30am and 04.13 at 5:15am.
There is also an HBO Films presentation worth noting. Debuting SATURDAY, APRIL 16 (8:00-10:00pm) is HBO Films: CONFIRMATION which looks behind the curtain of Washington politics, depicting a pivotal moment in American culture that became a turning point in workplace equality and gender politics. The film stars Kerry Washington, Wendell Pierce, Greg Kinnear, Jeffrey Wright, Eric Stonestreet and Jennifer Hudson. Written by Susannah Grant and directed by Rick Famuyiwa, the drama details the explosive 1991 Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination hearings, which brought the country to a standstill and forever changed the way we think about sexual harassment, victims’ rights and modern-day race relations.
That is not all in original programming. We still have our news and comment programs. VICE continues its fourth season FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 11:00pm with other new episodes debuting subsequent Fridays at the same time. It follows REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER which, after a short break starts up on FRIDAY, APRIL 08 at 10:00pm. LAST WEEK TONIGHT WITH JOHN OLIVER is still running strong with its third season with a new edition SUNDAY, APRIL 03 at 11:10pm that night and back at 11:00pm the rest of the month. Here is a look at an upcoming VICE installment.
Movies: There are only three big theatrical premieres on Saturday nights in April because the HBO Film listed above takes one and an HBO Special takes another. But the trio of movies we do get are big ones. HBO gets the biggest movies it can out of the rough movie market because 75% of HBO viewers watch the movies and 40% of viewers tune into HBO only for the movies airing Did you know that? So for those movie buffs April gives us TRAINWRECK, LUCY and JURASSIC WORLD. Here is a bit on each of them.
A commitment-phobic journalist (Amy Schumer) finds her beliefs challenged when she falls hard for a doctor (Bill Hader) in the outrageous comedy TRAINWRECK, debuting SATURDAY, APRIL 02 at 8:00pm. Brie Larson, Colin Quinn and John Cena also star with Tilda Swinton and LeBron James in the film, which is directed by Judd Apatow with a screenplay by Amy Schumer. A woman (Scarlett Johansson) gains superpowers from a dangerous new drug that allows 100% brain capacity in LUCY, debuting SATURDAY, APRIL 09 at 7:30pm. Morgan Freeman also stars in the action-packed sci-fi film. Havoc ensues when a new theme park opens at the site of the original Jurassic Park when JURASSIC WORLD debuts SATURDAY, APRIL 23 at 8:00pm. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, BD Wong and Irrfan Khan star in the smash-hit reboot of the classic adventure thriller, which is directed by Colin Trevorrow; screenplay by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver and Derek Connolly & Colin Trevorrow. Which new movie excites you? We offer a peek at LUCY right here.
HBO Documentary Films: A bit of variety on this front in the coming month. It starts with MAPPLETHORPE: LOOK AT THE PICTURES, debuting MONDAY, APRIL 04 at 9:00pm. It takes an unflinching, unprecedented look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s (pictured) controversial photography, which pushed boundaries with its frank depiction of nudity, sexuality and fetishism, igniting a culture war that rages to this day. Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato offer a revealing portrait in this first feature-length documentary about the artist since his death.
One of the documentaries moves off a Monday debut and premieres on SATURDAY APRIL 09. Spotlighting mother and son in candid reflections on their extraordinary family history, NOTHING LEFT UNSAID: GLORIA VANDERBILT & ANDERSON COOPER debuts SATURDAY, APRIL 09 at 9:00pm. Born to wealth and New York royalty, Vanderbilt has lived in the public eye for more than 90 years, experiencing extreme tragedy and tremendous success side by side. Director Liz Garbus captures Vanderbilt as she’s never been seen before, as she and her son discover how family stories of loss and survival repeat themselves in the most unexpected ways. Debuting MONDAY, APRIL 25 at 9:00pm is one for the dog lover. HEART OF A DOG joins creative pioneer Laurie Anderson on a wry and wondrous journey through love, death and language, centering on her beloved rat terrier Lolabelle, who died in 2011. The critically acclaimed film examines how stories are constructed and told – and how we use them to make sense of our lives, along with those we’ve lost even when it is our pet.
HBO Specials: The exclusive HBO special 2016 ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY debuts SATURDAY, APRIL 30 (8:00-11:00 p.m.) and marks the 31st anniversary of the event. This year’s inductees include Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, Steve Miller and N.W.A.; the Ahmet Ertegun Non-Performer Category inductee is producer and writer Bert Berns.
HBO Kids: For more than four decades, SESAME STREET has helped children grow smarter, stronger and kinder by providing preschoolers with the gold standard in quality educational programming. The award-winning show continues its 46th season with a new episode debuting SATURDAY, APRIL 02 (9:00-9:30 a.m.), with other new episodes debuting subsequent Saturdays at the same time. You know we got to throw one of these in here from time to time, right?
HBO Sports: Spotlighting two of the sport’s top pound-for-pound fighters, WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING: GENNADY GOLOVKIN VS. DOMINIC WADE AND ROMAN GONZALEZ VS. MCWILLIAMS ARROYO will be seen SATURDAY, APRIL 23 (10:00 p.m.) from The Forum in Inglewood, Cal., exclusively on HBO. In the main event, Gennady Golovkin (34-0, 31 KOs), originally from Karaganda, Kazakhstan, and now training at Big Bear, Cal., defends his middleweight crown against Dominic Wade (18-0, 12 KOs) from Largo, Md., in a scheduled 12-round contest. The opening bout features another undefeated fighter, as flyweight champ Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez (44-0, 38 KOs) from Managua, Nicaragua takes on McWilliams Arroyo (16-2, 13 KOs) of Fajardo, Puerto Rico in a scheduled 12-round title fight. The HBO Sports team will call all the action, which will be available in HDTV, closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired and presented in Spanish on HBO Latino. REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL goes behind the box scores and statistics to tackle timely subjects in the world of contemporary sports. Featuring a top lineup of contributors, the next monthly edition debuts TUESDAY, APRIL 19 at 10:00pm. Hosted by the four-time Sports Emmy® winner, THE FIGHT GAME WITH JIM LAMPLEY is a provocative, engaging and informative experience that delves into intriguing storylines, newsmakers and issues that are top-of-mind in boxing. The latest edition debuts WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 11:00pm. FACE OFF WITH MAX KELLERMAN: CANELO/KHAN in which the two fighters get interviewed regarding their May 7 boxing match on HBO PPV. It debuts SATURDAY, APRIL 16 at 11:00pm.
Other Movies and Shows: We start here with a few movies debuting on HBO at a time other than Saturday night. Debuting 04.01 is AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. It offers a wealthy, womanizing New York chef and a sweet-natured hat designer with a rare and potentially fatal heart problem. Richard Gere and Winona Ryder are at the top of their game in this moving tale of their star-crossed romance. INHERENT VICE is another movie. Director Paul Thomas Anderson goes retro with this quirky mystery about a dope-smoking private eye whose search for a missing ex-girlfriend leads him into a bizarre mystery within the sex-and-drug fueled underbelly of 1970 L.A. They must have decided to air this to balance out 70’s NYC in VINYL. Also running for the first time on HBO are WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS with Zac Efron, DRACULA UNTOLD and PAPER TOWNS. HBO has a preview of that last one right here.
Also we will note that the documentaries WHICH WAY IS THE FRONT LINE FROM HERE? THE LIFE AND TIME OF TIM HETHERINGTON and LIFE ACCORDING TO SAM are showing and that HBO2 marathons VEEP Season 4 before Season 5 surfaces.
HBO’s Other Platforms: Oh, let’s throw out a few and see what sticks. HBO Latino: MR. KAPLAN is about 76 years old Jacob who has become grumpy and begins to question his self-worth. However, an unexpected opportunity to achieve greatness arises when he learns of a mysterious German prowling the shores of a nearby beach and suspects he is a Nazi in hiding. Baseball season is the reason for this next movie. PAPITA, MANI, TOSTON (Peanuts and Crackerjacks) tells of Andres and Julissa, both baseball fans who fall hard for one another and have to keep Andres’ love of a rival team secret from Julissa’s father. Also HIPNOTIZADOR is a new series debuting on this channel. It appears that one of the new guests at Hotel Las Violetas is Arenas, a hypnotist appearing in a show at the Teatro Rex and shows all the odd characters he meets at the hotel and theater. It shows Friday nights at 10:00. HBO Family: A family that operates a top-secret international rescue organization battles their arch nemesis. They are the THUNDERBIRDS in this live action spin on the classic series that used marionettes to tell the tale. Also on is the animated musical CHARLOTTE’S WEB from 1973 and Dustin Hoffman is the oddball owner of an old toy store in MR. MAGORIUM’S WONDER EMPORIUM. Of course, you can always set your little one down to classic episodes of SESAME STREET and THE ELECTRIC COMPANY. HBO Signature: This channel airs good movies like ALI, BLOOD DIAMOND, the gritty urban drama SOUTH CENTRAL, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, the Civil War drama COLD MOUNTAIN, JOHN GRISHAM’S THE RAINMAKER, and the Daniel Craig thriller THE INVASION. HBO Comedy: A classic comedy caper called CRACKERS is on the schedule. Five off-the-wall losers try to solve their cash-flow problems by robbing a San Francisco pawnshop. Donald Sutherland stars as the leader of the gang of inept safecrackers. Sean Penn plays his dull-witted sidekick. THE FABULOUS BAKER BOYS with Jeff and Beau Bridges debuts on this channel in April and Michael Douglas and Tobey Maguire in WONDER BOYS. For a dose of standup check out George Lopez in the lineup. We do have to note however that the classic comedy stints sprinkled throughout the schedule is awfully light this month. HBO Zone: If you are in the Zone then seek out APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR in which a rough break-up leaves a flighty bisexual Iranian-American woman searching for answers in this Brooklyn-set comedy. On the dramatic front is CRY FREEDOM. From Richard Attenborough, the director of the classic Gandhi, comes this shattering true drama of one man’s quest for freedom–for himself and his country. Denzel Washington stars as black South African activist Stephen Biko. Here is a quick tease of the new series.
HBONow/Go: Here is a sampling of the comings and goings on the streaming sites In action movies there is JUPITER ASCENDING from the makers of The Matrix, comedy offers Burt Reynolds in BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS and the more outrageous SUPER TROOPERS. For classic drama there is THE GRAPES OF WRATH from 1940. Who would have thought it would be on HBO? There is also Jane Fonda in SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION form 1971. Horror fans have something called DARK FLOORS and for suspense there is Brian DePalma’s classic DRESSED TO KILL. Onhte movie front say goodbye to AMERICAN SNIPER, GET SHORTY, THE LAST CASTLE, ANNIE HALL and CARRIE to name just a few. In shows you can catch the latest editions of REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL and the latest documentaries like MAVIS!. The sites are also featuring right now the classic series BIG LOVE which debuted on HBO ten years ago. If you haven’t put it on your watch list yet what are you waiting for?
Cinemax: We like to keep tabs in what is going on over there as well. Here is snippets from a press release. The fourth and final season of the Emmy®-winning BANSHEE kicks off FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 10:00pm with other new episodes debuting subsequent Fridays at the same time. The show stars Antony Starr as Lucas Hood, an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal pursuits while enforcing his own code of justice. Other cast members include Ivana Milicevic, Ulrich Thomsen, Hoon Lee, Frankie Faison, Matt Servitto, Ryann Shane, Lili Simmons, Matthew Rauch, Tom Pelphrey and Chris Coy. Joining the cast this season are Eliza Dushku, Ana Ayora and Casey LaBow. Here is a breakdown of the first three episodes:
— Episode #31: “Something Out of the Bible” Debut: FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 10:00pm
Lucas becomes immersed in a new Banshee crisis involving a vicious serial murderer. Written by Jonathan Tropper; directed by Ole Christian Madsen. Other CINEMAX playdates: 04.01 at 11:00pm & midnight, 04.02 at 9:00pm & midnight, 04.03 at 3:45pm 04.04 at 8:00pm & 12:30am, 04.05 at 12:05am, 04.06 at 9:00pm and 04.20 at 7:10pm.
— Episode #32: “The Burden of Beauty” Debut: FRIDAY, APRIL 08 at 10:00pm
Carrie embarks on a vigilante crusade; Brock eyes Lucas in the serial-murder case. Written by Adam Targum; directed by Ole Christian Madsen. Other CINEMAX playdates: 04.08 at 11:00pm & midnight, 04.09 at 9:00pm & 12:15am, 04.10 at 3:40pm, 04.11 at 8:00pm & 1:00am, 04.12 at 3:25am, 04.13 at 9:00pm and 04.20 at 8:10pm
— Episode #33: “JOB” Debut: FRIDAY, APRIL 15 at 10:00pm
Lucas and Carrie enlist Fat Au in a last-ditch attempt to track down Job. Written by Liz Sagal; directed by Everardo Gout. Other CINEMAX playdates: 04.15 at 11:00pm & midnight, 04.16 at 9:00pm & 11:55pm, 04.17 at 4:40pm, 04.18 at 8:00pm & 12:20am, 04.19 at 11:55pm and 04.20 at 9:00pm.
The release also notes that the movies SELF/LESS debuts FRIDAY, APRIL 01 at 8:00pm and THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES debuts FRIDAY, APRIL 08 at 7:30pm.
Next Month’s Tease: Have you ever heard of the The United Network Command of Law & Enforcement. Is it the latest tactic against ISIS that VICE will report on in May or something else?
The answer from last month was answered right away. It was Scarlett Johanssen in LUCY which we looked at above.
Final Clip: From one of the big movies of this past year and now coming to HBO, here is a look at JURASSIC WORLD.
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