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TV Review: ‘Elementary’ – ‘Enough Nemesis to Go Around’

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Liu delivers a masterful performance, bringing Watson into her own in the season premiere, comfortable with taking center stage, as Miller's Sherlock adjusts to a supporting role. Read More »

The New Golden Age of Television: Way Beyond the Big Three

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We are, dear readers, in the midst of a television renaissance, the likes of which we've never seen. Read More »

Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman

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Stephen Colbert has been named by CBS as David Letterman's replacement when Letterman retires from The Late Show next year. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Intelligence’

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The network television theme du jour seems to be “man-machines” or “machine-men” (AKA: The Six Million Dollar Man turns up in the 21st Century!) Fox’s new cop show Almost Human plays with this theme by creating an “almost human” android partnered with a tortured shell (lost humanity?) who has a synthetic leg. Now comes CBS’s mid-season series Intelligence, starring Josh Holloway ... Read More »

‘Game of Thrones’ Pirates

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The next time, I want to see Tyrion lead the army in battle, not get knocked out and wake up after the action is over. Read More »

Needed: New and Alternative Ways to Relieve Pain

Needed: New Ways to Relieve Pain

The placebo effect and results from alternative practices like meditation and prayer show that there are alternatives to addictive opioid painkillers. Read More »

You Are There: CBS to Stream Its Kennedy Assassination Coverage Real Time

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CBSNews.com will stream its historic coverage in real time beginning at 1:48 p.m. ET November 22, the exact moment when the network broke into regularly scheduled Read More »

DVD Review: ‘2 Broke Girls – The Complete Second Season’

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There's something magnetic about the humor, which is edgier than the typical broadcast network fare, and it is amusing in a cartoonish, classic-sitcom-style-updated-to-modern-sensibilities, kind of way. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Mama’s Family – The Complete First and Second Seasons’

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Bottom line, despite its flaws, or maybe a little bit because of them, as they seem true to form, Mama's Family is a welcome addition to DVD. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Under the Dome’ Season 1, Episode 1 – ‘Pilot’

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I’d watch a show about ordinary people suddenly cut off from the outside world, trying desperately to survive. But this is a show about a town filled with TV characters. Read More »