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January 17, 2017
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'Teachers' Season 2: TV Review
TV Land's comedy continues to make the grade as this hidden gem goes into its very funny second season.
January 16, 2017
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The Young Pope
Critic's Notebook: How HBO's 'The Young Pope' Is Fooling Us All
Yes, it's weird and funny and perfect meme fodder, but the HBO series starring Jude Law as an unconventional American pontiff has deeper issues on its mind.
January 13, 2017
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'Victoria': TV Review
PBS may have found a worthy heir to 'Downton Abbey' in this British import, which brings one of the most intriguing royals to vibrant life.
January 10, 2017
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'Sneaky Pete': TV Review
The fantastic new Amazon series starring Giovanni Ribisi as a con man just out of jail comes out of the gates quick and confident — and gets even better from there.
January 06, 2017
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'Emerald City': TV Review
This latest retelling of 'The Wizard of Oz' is weird, violent and oddly ambitious, but the NBC series may amount to less than the sum of its parts.
January 04, 2017
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'Taboo': TV Review
FX is hoping that Tom Hardy's period drama ignites and gives the already stocked channel the one genre hit it lacks.
December 18, 2016
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Tim Goodman: The Best Network TV of 2016
THR's chief TV critic ranks his 13 favorite network shows, which include a magical musical-comedy, a heart-tugging rookie drama and two late-night standouts.
December 14, 2016
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Tim Goodman: The Best TV of 2016
From old reliables that hit dazzling new heights to brilliant newbies (hello, 'Atlanta'!) and underseen gems ('The A Word', anyone?), THR's chief TV critic ranks his 38 favorite shows of the year.
December 06, 2016
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Critic's Notebook: How 'Westworld' Saved HBO
Another drama failure would have been disastrous, but the fascinating sci-fi series became a much-needed momentum builder for a flagging HBO.
November 30, 2016
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'Incorporated': TV Review
Syfy's latest drama seems content to be a good-enough diversion, and sometimes that's not a bad thing.
November 30, 2016
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TCA | Television Critics Association
Critic's Notebook: Network Chiefs Opt for Cowardly Collusion in Skipping TCA
ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox network execs are missing a golden opportunity to change the narrative.
November 18, 2016
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Critic's Notebook: In Order to Survive, Cable News Should Go Full Anti-Trump
There's one way for cable news to stave off steep declines over the next few years, writes THR's chief TV critic, and it involves embracing and channeling anti-Trump anger.
November 14, 2016
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'Soundbreaking: Stories From the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music': TV Review
PBS' don't-miss eight-part documentary starts Monday night and features a cross-pollination of artists and producers talking about the evolution of sound.
November 09, 2016
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Critic's Notebook: How TV Can Save Us From Our Post-Election Grief
Boycott cable news, but by all means seek solace in a good comedy (NBC's 'The Good Place,' for example) or a drama like 'The Americans,' which takes us back to the relative comfort of the Reagan years (yes, today is that bad).
November 07, 2016
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Election Day 2016
Critic's Notebook: Tim Goodman on Why He Tried to Avoid All Election Coverage (and Mostly Succeeded)
Televised news is broken anyway, but who on earth needed the news to make a decision?