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DuckTales Review: Disney XD's Wildly Fun Reboot Would Please Even The Biggest Scrooge

If you were worried that the new DuckTales wouldn't stand up to the original, you can bury those worries beneath McDuck Manor, because this show is great.

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Mr. Mercedes Review: David E. Kelley Takes A Disturbingly Fun Ride With Stephen King

The iconic author Stephen King. Boston Legal and Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley. An A+ cast. Get ready for one of the darkest shows of the new season.

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Marvel's The Defenders Review: When Netflix's Heroes Finally Team Up, It's So Worth The Wait

With Netflix's The Defenders, Marvel brings together the fruits of its small screen labors, and when the team is all together, this show is just about everything we were hoping for.

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The Sinner Review: USA's New Murder Mystery Will Leave You Wanting More

One of the most ambitious series of the summer is USA's The Sinner, which stars Jessica Biel as we've never seen her before. It's a murder mystery that will absolutely leave you wanting more.

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Friends From College Review: Netflix's New Comedy Requires You To Embrace The Flawed Group

Picking up on the titular friends in their thirties, the series shows that age doesn't always come with wisdom, and how your "friends forever" sometimes need to be just the opposite

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Loaded Review: AMC's New Startup Comedy Squanders A Promising Concept With Poor Execution

AMC's Loaded offers a new take on "tech bro" satire, but the show's uneven execution ultimately wastes a promising core concept.

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Midnight, Texas Review: True Blood Author's Latest Adaptation Is Heavy On The Supernatural, Light On Excitement

Author Charlaine Harris' Midnight, Texas is coming to NBC, and it's no True Blood.

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Hooten And The Lady Review: The CW's New Adventure Series Is Fun But Needs Something Extra

If you need a little weekly adventure in your summer, then The CW's new action comedy Hooten & The Lady might be right for you.

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I'm Sorry Review: Andrea Savage's New TruTV Comedy Is Unapologetically Hilarious And Raw
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Will Review: TNT's Young Shakespeare Drama Combines Punk Rock With Iambic Pentameter

TNT is bringing Shakespeare to the small screen in a brand new way this summer with Will, and it's definitely not just another version of Romeo and Juliet or Hamlet.

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The Mist Review: Spike's Stephen King Adaptation Is Fittingly Full Of Frights

Spike is bringing a new Stephen King adaptation to the small screen with The Mist, and it brings all the scares we could possibly want out of a summer series.

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I'm Dying Up Here Review: Jim Carrey's Show About Comics Is Unlikely To Make You Laugh

Showtime's new series, I'm Dying Up Here, is attempting to pull the curtain back on the Los Angeles comedy scene of the 1970s. While viewers will certainly get an insider's look at what it was like to try to hit the big time in stand-up back then, the show might make more of an impact if we could really connect with the characters we follow.

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Still Star-Crossed Review: Shonda Rhimes' New ABC Drama Isn't Shakespearean In Quality

While the concept behind Still Star-Crossed is an exciting one, the actual execution left much to be desired.

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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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