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Knightfall Review: History Channel’s New Medieval Drama Is Packed With Action And Surprising Twists

Thanks to the massive success of shows like Game of Thrones and, to a lesser extent, Vikings and Outlander, costume dramas that deal in love, war and intrigue are no strangers to the airwaves. Well, even if you're not a fan of all things costumed, Knightfall will probably have just the right amount of action and court conspiracy for you.

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Happy! Review: Christopher Meloni Is A Bonkers Badass In Syfy's Weird New Comic Adaptation

Christopher Meloni returns to a leading role for Syfy's bizarre dark satire Happy!, and he's pretty outstanding.

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Dark Review: Netflix's German Answer To Stranger Things Is Appropriately Titled, And Far More Grim

While tales of unfaithful spouses was interesting enough, the supernatural and terrifying aspects of the series have the potential to help Dark become the next big binge watch.

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Floribama Shore Review: MTV's Wild Reality Spinoff Is An Improved Jersey Shore For A New Generation

It won't take long for anyone who loved Jersey Shore to get attached to this southern cast.

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She's Gotta Have It Review: Spike Lee's Netflix Series Is A Stunner

Adapted from his breakthrough film of the same name, Spike Lee has brought his cast of colorful characters back with a modern feel, and the result is a sensory and emotional feast.

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Back Review: Sundance Now's New Comedy From Veep Writer Is A Weird Ride That's Worth The Trip

Fans of the comedy duo made up of David Mitchell and Robert Webb will certainly be pleased to see that they have a new show on Sundance Now. And, while the series isn't as unfailingly funny as Peep Show, it's still a wild ride that's worth checking out.

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Future Man Review: Hulu's Time-Travel Comedy Delivers Hearty Laughs And Sci-Fi Fun

Hulu and Seth Rogen's team-up comedy, Future Man, is a success.

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The Punisher Review: Jon Bernthal Is A Magnificent Beast In Marvel's Best TV Show Yet

The Punisher is almost here, and it is worth every bit of the wait.

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Marvel's Runaways Review: Hulu's New Superhero Drama Gives The Comics A Slick And Moody Update

Marvel's next small screen universe has been unlocked with Hulu's Runaways. Check our review out to see if it'll be worth your time.

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Alias Grace Review: Netflix's Adaptation Of Margaret Atwood's Iconic Novel Is Hauntingly Well-Executed

Methodically assembled and brutal without ever feeling gratuitous, Netflix's Alias Grace is a slow-burn, must-watch series for any fan of Margaret Atwood.

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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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