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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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Taken Review: New Drama Is Tense, Action-Packed And Not Much Like The Movies
NBC's new action-packed drama Taken is, of course, a prequel to the series of movies that follow professional badass Bryan Mills as he travels the world rescuing folks who've been, well, taken. It turns out that this is a peek into the character's background that we never knew we needed.
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The Good Fight Review: A Familiar And Wonderful Continuation Of The Good Wife
The writing is crisp and very organized. The acting is understated and careful. The characters are both new and familiar.
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The Missing Season 2 Review: Starz's Twisty Mystery Doubles Up The Intensity
The insanely impressive drama The Missing soon returns to Starz for a second season that is even more thrilling and shocking than the first.
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24: Legacy Review: Fox's Thrilling Reboot Feels A Little Too Familiar
24: Legacy certainly plays to the strengths of the franchise, but it still has a way to go towards escaping the shadow of Jack Bauer.
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Training Day Review: CBS' New Drama Is An Explosive New Take On A Familiar Premise
CBS is bringing the big screen to the small screen with new series Training Day, and it's not exactly what movie fans may have expected. It may, however, be ideal for television.
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Riverdale Review: The CW's Archie Adaptation Is Frustrating And Muddled
The CW's Riverdale is a subversive take on the Archie comic series that is ultimately bogged down by its inability to find its voice or stick to a single story.
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The Young Pope Review: HBO's New Drama Is Surprisingly Miraculous
HBO is kicking off 2017 with Jude Law's papal radical in The Young Pope, and it has some fascinating hits and misses from the very beginning. Can I get an amen?
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Emerald City Review: New Series Takes The Wizard Of Oz Someplace New And You Might Not Be Ready For It
If you're a fan of the original 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz and you're planning to check out NBC's new telling of the story, Emerald City, you should know that you'll be in for something totally different.
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The Mick Review: Kaitlin Olson Is Perfect In Fox's Wild New Comedy
Physical comedy extraordinaire Kaitlin Olson is best known for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but she is finally leading her own broadcast TV series with Fox's fantastic The Mick.
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