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Killing Eve Review: Sandra Oh Is Superb In BBC America's Devilishly Fun New Thriller

Like "Jason Bourne vs. Dexter Morgan," only smarter than that reductive comparison, Killing Eve is must-watch TV of the highest order.

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Lost In Space Review: Netflix's Reboot Is Ambitious And Cinematic

Rather than a campy sitcom, the new Lost in Space has more in common with the tragic 1998 movie adaptation.

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Siren Review: Freeform's Murderous Mermaid Series Shows Promise

If your fantasy-loving heart was really missing being able to watch a show about killer mermaids, then Siren might be the show for you.

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Alex, Inc. Review: Zach Braff's Return To ABC Is Sweet And Silly, But Mostly Boring

Last having taken over primetime TV with Scrubs, Zach Braff returns to his network roots with Alex, Inc., a comedy that could use more comedy.

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Splitting Up Together: Jenna Fischer's New ABC Comedy Is Formulaic, But Fun

ABC's Splitting Up Together is a serviceable family sitcom, but the fun is mostly disposable. Here's our review.

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The Terror Review: AMC’s New Arctic Thriller Is Ice Cold And Intense

AMC is taking viewers on a chilling journey to the Arctic in new thriller The Terror.

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Krypton Review: Syfy's Superman Prequel Will Make You Miss Superpowers

For the first time, fans of Superman lore are about to get more info on the world and people that led to his eventual arrival on our planet when Syfy unleashes Krypton on the masses. The big question on most people's minds has been whether or not a series that's Superman adjacent but has no superpowers present can give fans what they want. Well, now we know.

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Instinct Review: Alan Cumming Isn't Able To Save CBS' Latest Procedural

While Instinct attempts to diversify the genre and makes positive steps for inclusion, it's not enough to really make the show stand out in a stale genre.

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Roseanne Review: ABC's Revival Is Perfect For OG Fans, But Maybe Not Newcomers

The moment that fans of ABC's hit '90s sitcom Roseanne have been waiting for is finally upon us. After almost a year, the revival is about to hit the small screen with many of our favorite faces and some new ones, as well.

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The Looming Tower Review: Hulu's Intentionally Frustrating 9/11 Drama Falls Just Short Of Greatness

Hulu's new series about the path to 9/11 is light on emotion and character, but it mostly makes up for it with its complex take on law enforcement.

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Good Girls Review: NBC's New Crime Dramedy Is Equal Parts Wild And Wholesome

Good Girls is quirky, hilarious, and emotional. And it may end up being NBC's midseason replacement hit.

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Waco Review: Not As Captivating As David Koresh, But This Well-Cast Miniseries Does The Job

Taylor Kitsch is a surprisingly convincing David Koresh in the Waco miniseries.

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Counterpart Review: Starz’ New Sci-Fi Drama Delivers A Thrilling Double Dose Of J.K. Simmons

J.K. Simmons is returning to the small screen in a big way with dual performances in Starz' Counterpart.

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The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story Review: FX’s True Crime Drama Is Addictive And Unsettling

The second chapter in Ryan Murphy's true crime anthology series is The Assassination of Gianni Versace, and it delivers thrills and chills in the best way.

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Black Lightning Review: The CW's New Super-Drama Tells A Powerful And Electrifying Story

The CW's newest DC Comics drama mostly stands apart from TV's other superhero shows, and that's a great thing.

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