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Blu-ray Review: ‘Orphan Black – Season Two’

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'Orphan Black' is a fascinating show about clones, starring the absolutely brilliant Tatiana Maslany. Season Two now has a solid blu-ray release. Read More »

TV Review: HBO’s New Series ‘The Leftovers’

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No one knows what happened three years before the start of HBO's new series "The Leftovers," except that two percent of the world's population went "poof." Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Teen Wolf – Season Three, Part Two’

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Teen Wolf is better than most MTV programs, and Season 3, Part 2 is better than most Teen Wolf. Unfortunately, the DVD lacks any meaningful extras. Read More »

Best of ‘House, M.D.’ – A Guide for New Fans: Season One

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Guide to House, M.D. Season One. Read More »

Interview: Noah Hawley – Creator of FX’s ‘Fargo’

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Noah Hawley, talked with TV journalists his hit TV series "Fargo" and prospects for a second season. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’

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An Adventure in Space and Time is enjoyable, though doesn't live up to its potential, taking on a bigger subject than the production is worthy of. Luckily, this release has some nice extras to dull the sting. Read More »

TV Review: ‘True Blood’ – Saying Goodbye Sucks

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Alan Ball has created a world that's provocative, thrilling, irresistibly seductive, and eerily unnerving, where anything is possible. Read More »

TV Review: John Malkovich Stars in ‘Crossbones’

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The first three episodes of "Crossbones" are promising, and I am hooked. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘Waterloo’

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Despite the fact that a death wish and a death bookend this episode, “Waterloo” sets Mad Men on a positive trajectory for the series’ final episodes. Read More »

For Your Summer Television Viewing Pleasure

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As fall and spring television series wrap up and wind down, the summer is just getting started with new series galore! Read More »