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Talking TV: Chat about Halle Berry's sci-fi drama 'Extant'

Curious about Halle Berry's 'Extant' on CBS? Tweet thoughts to #asklatimes for live chat Wed. at noon Pacific

Halle Berry is back from space, but she didn't come back alone in the new CBS science-fiction drama.

The series, executive produced by Steven Spielberg, has seeimingly everything: an Oscar-winning movie star, a robot boy, a possible alien baby, holograms, mystery, nifty gadgets and a hint of forbidden (i.e. alien) romance.

So what does Times TV critic Mary McNamara think? Join Mary, staff writer Patrick Kevin Day and Reader Engagement Editor Michelle Maltais right here for an in-depth discussion of the slick summer entertainment at noon Pacific on Wednesday.

Tweet your questions/comments to #asklatimes.

Follow me on Twitter: @patrickkevinday

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