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Son of Zorn Review: Fun Premise Isn't Enough To Save This Basic Sitcom
At this point, FOX is known for their animated shows. Family Guy, The Simpsons and Bob's Burgers have all been on for longer than most people would have imaged. Now there's Son of Zorn, a new partially animated show that leaves that legacy behind.
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The Exorcist Review: Fox's TV Remake Is A Scary Good Time
With all the remakes and revivals currently on TV and in development, it's hard to immediately get excited about each new one that comes along. But definitely get excited about The Exorcist. Or else.
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Van Helsing Review: Middling Start Leads To An Intriguing Series
If you're ready for an update on the Van Helsing tale, the new Syfy series, Van Helsing, might just be for you. Here's what we thought of the show.
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Luke Cage Review: Netflix's Latest Marvel Show Is Every Bit As Awesome And Exciting As We Wanted
While it's familiar in that it's a show that's able to get a bit more hardcore than its PG-13 blockbuster cousins, Luke Cage also has a distinct, unique flavor that could very well lead it to being called the best Netflix/Marvel series so far by the time it's first season is over.
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Pitch Review: Fox's New Baseball Show Is Full Of Honesty But Short On Personality
Right now, it's the Kylie Bunbury show, and baseball teams that only rely on one player don't tend to get very far.
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MacGyver Review: CBS's New Drama Is Good Friday Night Fare
The new MacGyver was a series with the potential to win big or spectacularly flop in its return to primetime. As it turns out, MacGyver 2.0 is perfect for what it is, get the details here.
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Speechless Review: ABC's Hilarious New Comedy Wins Big In Taking On Sensitive Subject Matter
The new family comedy Speechless fits right at home on ABC. Read on to see just how good it is.
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Notorious Review: ABC's New Drama Could Be Worse
ABC had to find a winner of a show to fill in for Scandal until it returns in 2017, and new drama Notorious is slated to occupy the time slot this fall. The series had potential to be great, but there are some issues that may keep it from finding an audience.
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Designated Survivor Review: ABC’s New Drama Is A Fresh And Frightening Take On A Familiar Plot
Kiefer Sutherland landed his first starring TV gig since the end of 24: Live Another Day with new ABC drama Designated Survivor. Only time will tell how the series works in the long run, but here's what we thought of the first episode.
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Lethal Weapon Review: Fox's Reboot Shows Great Promise, But Isn't A Bullseye Yet
Does FOX's Lethal Weapon series live up to the reputation of the film series that inspired it? Check out our review and get the details!
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Bull Review: Michael Weatherly's New Hybrid Legal Crime Drama Is Good, Could Be Great
There's something about Michael Weatherly that's very watchable. Your eyes are drawn to him on the screen. It's his presence. He never blends in, but yet, he doesn't come off as too showy.
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The Good Place Review: Enjoyable Comedy Will Leave You Wanting More
On occasion a show tries to milk laughs from deeply flawed individuals, and if we're lucky those shows get it just right. Here's how The Good Place fares.
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Better Things Review: FX's New Comedy Is An Extremely Frank And Funny Look At Womanhood
Recurring Louie star Pamela Adlon teamed up with Louis C.K. for the FX comedy Better Things, which gives TV a huge and hilarious dose of female power.
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Atlanta Review: Donald Glover's Genius New FX Comedy Is Like Nothing Else On TV
Donald Glover's career has been anything but ordinary in the last decade. Now, he has created the FX comedy Atlanta, a hilarious and poignant slice of life that is so stunningly realized, it could serve as legal proof that Glover can do no wrong.
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The Get Down Review: Baz Luhrmann's Musical Netflix Drama Is Gorgeous, Emotional Chaos
Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann took to TV for the first time with playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis to create the ambitious and wildly gorgeous The Get Down, a well-cast drama that explores the dawn of hip hop in the 1970s, as well as a bunch of other stuff.
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