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Dirty Dancing Review: ABC's Musical Remake Is Fun But Falls Short Of The Original

ABC's musical version of the classic 1987 movie Dirty Dancing will soon make its primetime debut, and it's a fun way to kick off the summer TV schedule, although movie fans may find it lacking.

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The Handmaid's Tale Review: Hulu's Chilling Dystopian Drama Is One Of 2017's Best New Series

The Handmaid's Tale is Hulu's latest dramatic offering, and one of 2017's best new series. Check out our review for more details!

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Great News Review: Tina Fey's Latest Is Unlikely To Leave You Wanting More

Fans of 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will definitely notice some similarities between those shows and Tina Fey's new project, Great News. But, I doubt this show will end up with the same rabid fanbase as those other comedies.

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American Gods Review: TV Doesn't Get More Gorgeous And Magical Than Starz's New Drama

With Bryan Fuller and Michael Green's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods, Starz is continuing to evolve the ways that TV can entertain audiences.

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Fargo Season 3 Review: FX's Quirky Crime Drama Doubles The Ewan McGregor, Doubles The Fun

Fargo is back for another wild and suspenseful season of high stakes crime and small town personalities. And it is as good as we could have hoped.

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The White Princess Review: Starz' New Period Drama Is Captivating But Slightly Confusing

Starz is getting back into the period drama game with new series The White Princess, which is a compelling project with a few flaws.

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Class Review: Latest Doctor Who Spinoff Starts Off Shaky, But Is Heading Somewhere Great

The latest Doctor Who spinoff, Class, has a lot to live up to if it's going to impress fans of its parent show. So, how does the series fare? Read on to find out.

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The Son Review: AMC's New Western Is Well-Cast But Not Quite Wild Enough

AMC is getting back in the Western game with new series The Son. While it shows a great deal of promise, there is room for improvement.

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Prison Break Revival Review: Fox's Action Drama Is As Fun And Ridiculous As Ever

Prison Break will soon make its highly anticipated return to Fox, and while there are some problems, this is a balls-out return to glory for these characters.

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Imaginary Mary Review: ABC's Newest Is Cute But Could Use A Little Edge

ABC's new family comedy Imaginary Mary looks at what happens when a driven career woman who has no experience with (and little use for) kids falls in love with a man who's raising three of them. It turns out that for Alice, the situation is just stressful enough to bring her old imaginary friend back to the forefront of her mind.

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Shots Fired Review: Fox's New Drama Is Best When It Mirrors Real Life

Despite getting bogged down in mystery at times, Fox's Shots Fired is an freshman drama that has a lot of provocative things to say about our country's current events.

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Trial & Error Review: NBC's New Comedy Isn't The Perfect Crime, But It's Promising

NBC's latest mockumentary starring John Lithgow will certainly make you laugh, but can that momentum keep going beyond Season 1?

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Iron Fist Review: Netflix's Newest Superhero Show Is A Low Point For Marvel

The first half of Iron Fist's debut season suggests that it is not only far and away the slowest moving of the small screen franchise, but also armed with a fraction of the complex characters and style.

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Making History Review: Fox's New Time Travel Comedy Squanders Potential Greatness

Fox's new comedy Making History is diving into the time travel trend that has taken over television, and the results are okay when they could be way better.

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Chicago Justice Review: NBC's Newest Chicago Spinoff Can Stand On Its Own

NBC has created an empire of TV shows thanks to its successful Chicago franchise, and it has officially expanded to include Chicago Justice.

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