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Rillington Place Review: Sundance Now's Drama Is Fast-Paced And Frightening

Sundance Now is bringing a fascinating take on a deeply disturbing serial killer of not-so-long ago with Rillington Place, and it's frightening in the best ways.

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Why You Need To Be Watching Top Of The Lake: China Girl

Top of the Lake: China Girl is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing new series of fall 2017, and you should definitely check it out if you haven't already. Here are some big reasons why.

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How Planet Earth 2 Did In The Ratings

Planet Earth 2 officially made its American debut on February 18, and it was a dazzlingly beautiful look at remote corners of the planet. The numbers are now in, and we know how many people caught the premiere.

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How Planet Earth 2 Just Made Its U.S. Premiere Way Easier To Watch

TV watching has changed a lot in recent years, and networks have been working to adapt to the times and bring their programs to viewers in a variety of ways.

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Forever's Ioan Gruffudd Is Coming Back to TV And His New Gig Sounds Great

Ioan Gruffudd has had a busy couple of years on the small screen. His show Forever sadly never attracted the audiences it needed, but his new project may be enough to entice plenty of people to give it a try.

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Game Of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie Just Joined Another Awesome Show, Get The Details

Anyone who’s been keeping up with Game of Thrones knows what a badass Gwendoline Christie is. Now she’s branching out to bring some of those same qualities to another role.

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Inconceivably, You Can Watch The Princess Bride All Day On Christmas

A wish had been granted for fans of the comedy classic The Princess Bride. The movie is gearing up for a marathon special on Christmas Day. Find out where you can catch it.

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Danny Boyle's Satirical Police Drama Babylon Picked Up By SundanceTV

It is with a bizarrely mountainous sense of expectation that we celebrate SundanceTV acquiring the rights to Boyle's first venture into television, the satirical police drama Babylon, which he created with Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, creators of the cult British comedy Peep Show.

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Lucy Lawless Joins Elisabeth Moss In BBC Miniseries Top Of The Lake

Lucy Lawless has made a name for herself in genre programming, which has likely earned her a healthy-sized crop of fans who love her from her days in Xena: Warrior Princess, Battlestar Galactica, and the currently airing Starz series Spartacus: Vengeance (see also Blood and Sand, and Gods of the Arena). While we may associate her with her roles as a warrior, a Cylon, or the crafty Lucretia, I expect she’s just as capable of bringing her talents to series that don’t have her dressed for another era or reality.

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The Walking Dead Coming To Netflix Along With Other AMC Shows

If you’ve been enjoying AMC's Mad Men and Breaking Bad on Netflix, there’s good news. There’s more where that came from! The network that brought you these shows, plus some other TV series, including that zombie show you may have heard of, has signed a multi-year deal with the streaming video service.

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HBO Bares Knuckle With Jody Hill And Irvine Welsh

HBO just never stops getting and delivering the goods. Forget their old slogan (it's not TV, it's HBO), it should just be 'HBO Enough Said.' Without any degree of hyperbole, I cannot remember the last HBO series that I didn't watch and respect. And their newest pickup sounds like another must watch...

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My So Called Life Begins Airing On Sundance Channel This Monday

If ever there was a drama series that captures a slice of my own adolescence, or some dramatic interpretation of it anyway, it’s My So Called Life. The Sundance Channel is set to bring the series back starting with the pilot episode, which airs this Monday night. My So Called Life is probably one of the most realistic portrayals of the life of a teenage girl TV has ever seen.

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Sean Penn Goes Into The Wild On Sundance

Generally, I think Penn comes off as a bit preachy and pretentious when he’s interviewed but the casual format of this show allows us to see him in a slightly different light. Love him or hate him, he’s a passionate guy and that comes through in this Iconoclasts episode. Throughout his and Krakauer’s journey, he discusses his interest in the story of McCandless and how he came to direct the film.

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