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  • 'Billions': TV Review

    10:00 AM 12/31/2015
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    Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti are fine, but Maggie Siff ('Mad Men') is the real star of Showtime's new financial sector-set drama. READ MORE

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  • 'Bordertown': TV Review

    12:48 PM 12/30/2015
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    Mark Hentemann and Seth MacFarlane's animated Fox comedy is a wishy-washy take on immigration. READ MORE

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  • 'Making a Murderer': TV Review

    11:49 AM 12/17/2015
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    Netflix's 10-part crime doc will appeal to fans of 'Serial' and 'The Jinx.' READ MORE

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  • 'The Ridiculous 6': TV Review

    12:14 PM 12/11/2015
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    Adam Sandler hangs out with his pals for two hours in Netflix's unfunny comic Western. READ MORE

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  • 'F Is for Family': TV Review

    9:00 AM 12/8/2015
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    Bill Burr and Michael Price's '70s-set Netflix animated series finds humor and unhappiness in nostalgia. READ MORE

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  • 'Born This Way': TV Review

    4:42 PM 12/7/2015
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    This six-episode docuseries, from the team behind 'The Real World,' explores the lives of seven young adults with Down syndrome. READ MORE

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  • 'Telenovela': TV Review

    2:01 PM 12/7/2015
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    NBC's bland new sitcom starring Eva Longoria tries, and fails, to do what "Jane the Virgin" does so brilliantly. READ MORE

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  • 'The Wiz Live!': TV Review

    9:33 PM 12/3/2015
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    After two live musical disappointments, NBC's trip to Oz is a colorful triumph. READ MORE

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  • 'A Very Murray Christmas': TV Review

    2:25 PM 12/1/2015
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    Sofia Coppola directs as Bill Murray welcomes chums like George Clooney and Miley Cyrus for the holidays. READ MORE

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  • 'The Expanse': TV Review

    8:15 AM 12/1/2015
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    Syfy's James S.A. Corey adaptation is familiar, but it has space to grow. READ MORE

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  • 'Transparent' Season 2: TV Review

    3:59 PM 11/30/2015
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    Season 2 of Jill Soloway's loving portrait of a trans woman and her fractious family is as brilliant, complicated, exquisitely detailed and surprising as ever. READ MORE

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  • 'Real Rob': TV Review

    2:46 PM 11/30/2015
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    Rob Schneider tries for 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' with often predictable results. READ MORE

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  • 'Superstore': TV Review

    9:11 AM 11/29/2015
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    America Ferrera's new show has potential if it can overcome NBC's problems attracting comedy audiences. READ MORE

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  • 'South of Hell': TV Review

    11:41 AM 11/27/2015
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    Mena Suvari in a demonic drama that's being dumped on Black Friday? It's gotta be good! READ MORE

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  • 'Jim Henson's Turkey Hollow': TV Review

    1:05 PM 11/20/2015
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    This Lifetime movie fulfills a Thanksgiving season need for Mary Steenburgen, but not puppets. READ MORE

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  • 'The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar': TV Review

    4:49 PM 11/19/2015
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    Simba and his family return to the Pride Lands in this TV movie, which also serves as the launch for Disney Junior's new series. READ MORE

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  • 'Saints & Strangers': TV Review

    6:31 PM 11/18/2015
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    Nat Geo's two-night miniseries about the first Thanksgiving is admirable in parts, though bland overall. READ MORE

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  • 'Chicago Med': TV Review

    12:20 PM 11/17/2015
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    Set your alarm or drink a pot of coffee - this sleepy, bland and barely trying hospital drama wants to steal an hour of your life. READ MORE

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  • 'The Man in the High Castle': TV Review

    11:56 AM 11/17/2015
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    In Amazon's new standout, the United States is occupied by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan after losing World War II. READ MORE

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  • 'The Art of More': TV Review

    12:18 PM 11/16/2015
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    Dennis Quaid and Kate Bosworth support a low-energy Christian Cooke in Crackle's auction misfire. READ MORE

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