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TV Review: Stellan Skarsgård in ‘River’ Streaming on Netflix

River now streaming on Netflix

No one does crime procedurals like the British (especially the BBC). Flawed, tormented detectives, obsessed, depressed, even delusional. Netflix is now streaming River one of the strangest detective series I’ve screened in recent years. Starring Swedish actor Stellan Skårskgard (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Good Will Hunting, The Avengers) as …

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TV Review: Lucifer 3×24 ‘A Devil of My Word’ Is the Series’ Best Episode

It’s both bittersweet and devilishly unfair that Lucifer’s best episode might be its last. Monday night, three days after announcing the show’s cancellation, Fox aired the last episode of its third season, “A Devil of My Word.” And what an episode it was. Having wrapped up the arc of Charlotte …

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SXSW TV World Premiere: ‘Barry’ Gives Hitting Your Mark a Double Meaning

Barry

In Bill Hader’s new eight-part series, 'Barry', which premiered at the 2018 SXSW Conference in Austin. he stars as a depressed hitman who wants out of his profession. He works for a friend of his dad, and gets guilted and pressured into continuing. He’s sent from his midwestern home to Hollywood to conduct a hit on an actor. He unintentionally follows him into an acting class where he finds acceptance and support. Can he change his profession?

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SXSW TV World Premiere: ‘Condor’ Keeps You Guessing

Condor

The classic thriller 'Three Days of the Condor' has been re-imagined for TV. Set in the current world of terrorism and government surveillance, 'Condor' goes deeper into political, personal, and psychological motivations than the movie had time for.

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