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Best Pickup: ATX Television Festival Season 2

Best Pickup: ATX Television Festival Season 2
PHOTO BY John Anderson

What do Veronica Mars marshmallows, Adult Swim acolytes, and Transformers: Rescue Bots buffs all have in common? The tender attentions of the ATX Television Fest, that’s what. After a strong start in 2012, this homegrown festival came roaring back in its second season, drawing fans and industry folk alike with eclectic panels, sneak peeks, affectionate looks-back at gone-too-soon series, and star-studded reunions (Friday Night Lights, Boy Meets World) that captured national attention. Like the terrific TV it celebrates, ATX is a must-watch.

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