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White Famous Review: Jay Pharoah's Bland Comedy Is Unlikely To Make Him White Famous

Jay Pharoah may have rebounded nicely with a starring role in his own comedy when he landed the lead in Showtime's new show, White Famous, but this bland series doesn't seem to be the best use of his (or anyone else's) talents.

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Lifeline Review: YouTube Red's New Sci-Fi Thriller Is Like A Black Mirror Episode From The '90s

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one of the producers behind this new and intriguing thriller with time travel at its core.

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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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Kevin (Probably) Saves The World Review: ABC's New Dramedy Is Feel-Good Fun With A Lot Of Potential

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World is coming to the small screen to deliver a combination of comedy and heart unlike anything else on television.

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The Gifted Review: Even Without Any X-Men, Fox's New Marvel Mutant Drama Is A Ton Of Fun

Marvel is heading to Fox with The Gifted, and viewers should be pumped to watch this mutant story, even without Wolverine or Storm around to shake things up.

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Big Mouth Review: Netflix's Coming-Of-Age Cartoon Is Hilariously Crude, Yet Shockingly Earnest

Netflix's Big Mouth is crude, vulgar, and downright nasty at times, but it has a ton of heart at its core if you can stomach the rest.

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The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special Review: A Hilarious Must-See That Fans Will Love

The Walking Dead goes stop-motion for a new Robot Chicken special, and it's the best mash-up fans could have hoped for.

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Law And Order True Crime Review: The Menendez Brothers' Story Is Bland, Despite All-Star Cast

Law & Order's new spinoff has an all-star cast, but it might not be enough to save it.

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SEAL Team Review: David Boreanaz Shines In CBS' New Military Drama

David Boreanaz has a new show, which is all some people need to know in order to tune in. Thankfully, SEAL Team is pretty decent for other reasons.

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The Brave Review: NBC's Predictable New Military Drama Focuses More On Plot Than Characters

NBC's The Brave offers a somewhat exciting look at Special Ops missions, but without doing much to make viewers root for its characters.

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Me, Myself And I Review: Bobby Moynihan Leads A Stellar Cast In CBS' Best New Comedy In Years

If anyone was worried whether Bobby Moynihan made a smart move leaving SNL for a new CBS comedy, set those worries aside.

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Young Sheldon Review: The Big Bang Spinoff Delivers On Heart

Young Sheldon is quite different from The Big Bang Theory, which may be its biggest strength.

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Netflix's American Vandal Is A Must-Watch True Crime Parody Of Making A Murderer And Others

American Vandal doesn't just borrow the Making A Murderer style; it expertly recreates it in a near pitch-perfect satire.

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Channel Zero: No-End House Review: Syfy's Horror Anthology Remains The Scariest Thing On TV

For anyone that slept on Channel Zero's first season, the Syfy anthology is back with No-End House, and to say that it's scary and disturbing is criminally understating things.

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The Orville Review: Seth MacFarlane Brings Laughs And Action To Fox's Sci-Fi Romp

From Quahog to outer space Seth MacFarlane goes, and The Orville could definitely get sci-fi fans pumped, assuming they just accept the Trek-iness of it all.

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