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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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Ransom Review: CBS' New Hostage Negotiation Drama Can't Quite Close The Deal
CBS will kick off 2017 with a brand new show about hostage negotiations. Ransom has the potential to become a midseason hit, but the pilot has some major issues.
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Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Review: Elijah Wood Faces Complicated Sci-Fi Hijinks For BBC America
BBC America is giving its Doctor Who-loving audience another wild and complicated set of adventures to follow with a winning adaptation of the late, great Douglas Adams' Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.
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Man With A Plan Review: Matt LeBlanc's New CBS Comedy Is Bland And Forgettable
CBS' new comedy, Man with a Plan, has a big problem: It's not funny. In fact, the show is mostly bland and forgettable. You can get the full review here.
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No Tomorrow Review: Fun Dramedy Will Work Its Way Into Your Heart
Television isn't exactly full to bursting with shows about the potential end of the world, but if we could have more TV series like The CW's No Tomorrow, that wouldn't be such a bad thing. Here's what we thought about this new show.
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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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