FALL TV PREVIEW If your home screen just isn't big enough, try the theater at midtown Manhattan's Paley Center for Media. They're previewing all of this fall's new series from the five broadcast networks Sept. 12-13. Reserve free tickets at paleycenter.org

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YOU KNOW YOU WATCH 'EM Now find out "How Cats Took Over the Internet," when Astoria's Museum of the Moving Image explores the popularity of online feline videos (lolcats, Caturday, etc.). Just-launched screenings and live events continue through Jan. 31. Details at movingimage.us

NOW STREAMING From Hulu: Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner star in the original series "Difficult People" as NYC best buds who get themselves into awkward situations. New episode each Wednesday . . . From Facebook: George Takei chronicles prep for his fall Broadway musical, "Allegiance," based on his family's Japanese-American internment during World War II. New installments of "Allegiance: Trek to Broadway" post twice-monthly at Takei's FB page . . . From Shout Factory TV: See both seasons of '60s Bronx-shot copcom "Car 54, Where Are You?"