Critic's Corner: Amy Poehler on 'Welcome to Sweden'
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USA TODAY's Robert Bianco previews the television lineup for Thursday, August 28th with 'Defiance,' 'Rejoice' and 'Welcome to Sweden.'
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00:02 Finance reaches its season finale tonight with a two episode
00:05 run that finds Nolan. Trying to stop. This hideous plan to
00:11 set the world on fire in a new found war. My
00:16 advice to him is that he better solve this plan tonight.
00:19 Because there's no word on whether this I was coming back
00:23 for him to solve it. Next year. Great performances features a
00:28 performance by one of our greatest song artist he -- Perlman.
00:33 At the renowned violinist to tonight. If -- concert faced. --
00:38 are traditional and liturgical music. You know tonight's reminder that the
00:42 turn to the music extends beyond the Christian tradition. And an
00:46 even better reminder that PBS is the only place on TV
00:50 you're likely to find this kind of concert. One of other
00:55 surprise is that this summer has been welcome to Sweden and
00:58 amiable little show that seems to attract really big name guests.
01:03 Like tonight's guest star in people. Playing -- and bruises. Yeah
01:08 losing fans lately and the -- slowly and I want Swedish
01:12 film in the big elite company. Course it helps no doubt
01:16 that Amy Poehler is the sister of the show's star Greg
01:19 Waller. Which is also probably why the show -- cable --
01:23 tracked him and he beat me gap. And that's it for
01:26 the corner but you'll find more TV coverage of life today
01:29 and here tomorrow.