It’s hard to know what to do right now.
We’re stuck inside. We’re social distancing. We’re keeping up with friends, with family, with the community and with the news as best we can. It is a lot to manage for anyone, and the timeframe is uncertain. But, we’re going to get through it. And USA TODAY wants to help.
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I’m Kelly Lawler, USA TODAY’s TV Critic, and I’m writing to you from a makeshift desk in my apartment in Vienna, Virginia, while my dog wanders by and my husband works in the bedroom. I hope that I can offer you some comfort with these twice-weekly updates. I know we can all get through this. Together.
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