Summer TV Preview 2018: Spies, Sinners, 'Sharp Objects' and Sex Magick

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'The Break With Michelle Wolf' (May 27)

Netflix
"Like a porn star says when she's about to have sex with a Trump, let's get this over with." And with those tender words, Michelle Wolf went from up-and-coming professional wiseass to instant-legend status as host of the White House Correspondents' Dinner, turning the annual media schmooze-slobber into a resistance roast. And with The Break, she joins her fellow Daily Show alums John Oliver and Samantha Bee in a weekly satirical rundown of the news. Wolf promises it will specialize in "the types of jokes my former bosses would tell me we couldn't do on TV." As for what she can do that other cable pundits can't, let's give the host the last word on her competition: "Watching Rachel Maddow is like going to Target – you went in for milk but left with shampoo, candles and the entire history of the Byzantine Empire." RS

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