Every summer I write a column in praise of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, calling it the most reliably entertaining of all the original series with which the broadcast networks wisely fill their schedules between Memorial Day and the start of the “traditional television season” (an increasingly antiquated term) in mid-September. But as the years and seasons go by -- and as the show defies the trajectory of virtually all such reality competition shows by actually improving with age -- I’m going to amend my annual rave and instead refer to AGT as one of the best shows on television, period.
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