‘We can’t get through this’: NBC-AMC feud continues as network fires back at critics

NBC-TV Networks and the AMC Networks have fought over the network’s new lineup of original programming.

The feud over who is getting to be on the show, which includes “The Walking Dead” and “The Night Shift,” was ignited after the network canceled the latter.

The networks said they were looking to find a new home for “The Following” on the same network, but they didn’t make any definitive announcements at the time.

It will instead be produced by “The Good Wife” and directed by Matthew Weiner.

The network said Wednesday it would be taking a similar approach with “The Fall,” a drama series set in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

The drama, based on the memoir by former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin, will be shot in New Orleans and will premiere sometime in 2019.

The cast includes Mark Duplass, Ashley Judd, Jennifer Aniston and Michael Douglas.

FOX News Network is shutting down the ‘fake news’ platform

Hacker News has officially confirmed the closure of its popular news platform Fox News Network.

News is a cornerstone of the site, which it bought for a reported $2.4 billion in 2013.

Its content, which includes stories on politics, sports, entertainment, and business, is a crucial part of the news ecosystem.

It’s one of several sites that has been shut down by the company.

News was shut down in 2018 after it became the subject of a $100 million antitrust lawsuit by the New York Times and other news organizations.

Its owner, News Corp., said the shutdowns were part of its efforts to fight online bias and disinformation.

Fox News Network’s shutdown comes on the heels of a separate Fox News blackout, in which it stopped offering news programming altogether.

Fox News’ parent company, News Corporation, also has been a frequent target of criticism for its role in the 2016 presidential election.

The company has been accused of pushing narratives that hurt the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.