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TV Review: Accidental Friendship

This story of a homeless woman and a female police officer who strike up an unlikely friendship isn't as far-fetched as it might seem, especially these days, when women seem to bond everywhere on…

TV Review: Mail Order Bride

A romantic drama that has so little drama we don't care about the romance

TV Review: Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives

This documentary from PBS' "Nova" series is the kind of food that feeds the soul, the intellect and the heart.

Ladies of the House

This sentimental yet effective original movie from Hallmark Channel needs a season befitting its fundamental corniness and good cheer, and that's certainly not the coming of Halloween.

Living Proof

Given its long-and-winding-road format, the movie does bog down a bit in pace, but on the whole it never misses its target.

‘Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh’

As interesting as it is at times, this detailed look at the art of special effects makeup in movies has limited appeal.

Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh

As interesting as it is at times, this detailed look at the art of special effects makeup in movies has limited appeal.

Turbo Dogs

NBC's new animated series emits just enough energy to keep very young viewers on the edge of their seats.

‘You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story

Writer-director-producer Richard Schickel's five-hour documentary on Warner Bros. doesn't miss a beat in telling the tale of how one studio excelled in getting audiences into theaters and doing it in…

Coco Chanel

Throwing truth out the window in favor of fiction, Lifetime's new biopic of haute designer Coco Chanel is a delicious extravagance, a telefilm sometimes rapturous in the way it looks and feels.

The Rachel Zoe Project

This is reality television evolved, and viewers who like this kind of much-ado-about-nothing will definitely like "The Rachel Zoe Project."

Samurai Girl

Loaded with adventure, drama and more than enough histrionics to please (or offend) the average viewer, ABC Family's new six-hour miniseries "Samurai Girl" doesn't stop for a minute in an all-out…