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    Exploring The Season Finale Of 'True Detective' & What We’d Like To See Carry Over To Season 2

    This morning, a dull, gray dawn broke on a dull, gray “True Detective”-less world. The show that has had us gripped for the last eight weeks (or the last weekend for compulsive binge watchers—hi there!) came to an end in either a blaze of HBOGO-crashing glory, or a fizzle of HBOGO-crashing disappoin...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'True Detective' Finale: It's Classic Noir, People

    Many critics of HBO's 'True Detective,' which aired its finale Sunday night, don't understand that Nic Pizzolatto is riffing on established genre perameters.

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    'True Detective' Finds The Light In A Truly Surprising Season Finale

    Fans and speculative readers can rest easy: the finale of "True Detective" lived up to its foundation.

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    'Girls' Returns to the Sex Games of Season One, With Sadder Results

    When "Girls" began in 2012, the sex scenes it featured between Hannah (Lena Dunham) and the at the time utterly opaque Adam (Adam Driver) were a justifiably hot topic.

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    Recap: 'True Detective' Finale Season 1, Episode 8 'Form And Void'

    For over fifteen years a conspiracy and myth has haunted Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson), one involving a yellow king, a man with scars and the mysterious destination of Carcosa. An evil had spread its branches across Louisiana, something pervasive, powerful and fo...

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    Recap: Hannah Tries 'Role-Play' In Season 3, Episode 10

    "I don't want you to spend your whole life socializing him like he's a stray dog, making the world a friendlier place for him," Hannah's (Lena Dunham) mother warned her in last week's "Flo." At the time it seemed like a cruel remark, but in "Role-Play," the observation has turned out to be prescient...

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    SXSW: Fan-Fueled Phenom 'Veronica Mars' Recaptures the Magic of the Original Kristen Bell Series

    Can you ever go back to the past after you've closed the book on it, and would you want to? Will you like what you find there?

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    CNN's Docuseries 'Chicagoland,' From the Producers of 'Brick City,' Is a Vibrant Portrayal of a Divided City and Its Mayor

    CNN incisive new eight-part docuseries "Chicagoland" walks viewers through the many issues facing the Windy City.

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    Alfonso Cuarón Successfully Scales Down to The Small Screen With His First-Ever TV Series 'Believe'

    "Believe" begins with an elaborate, nearly three-minute shot (or collection of shots seamless stitched together) that starts in the car in which Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a little girl, is riding with her foster parents, and ends in the rain outside its wreck.

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the shows we're watching


  • Louie
    next episode: Monday, June 9th @ 10PM
  • Fargo
    next episode: Tuesday, June 10th @ 10PM
  • Veep
    next episode: Sunday, June 8th @ 10PM