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    Recap: Explosive 'True Detective' Season 1, Episode 4 'Who Goes There'

    Over the course of three episodes, "True Detective" has been a steadily ratcheting the tension as Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) and Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) track down a serial killer that is haunting the surreal South like a monster. Last week's "The Locked Room" concluded with a goosebump-...

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    Which Amazon Pilots Are Worth Your Time? We Review and Rank the Site's Newest Would-Be Original Series

    Yesterday, Amazon Studios unveiled its second round of original pilots, among them its first two dramas and a pair of indie film-tinged comedies along with a more straightforward one. Today, we'll tell you which are worth checking out.

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    In Its Second Season, 'House of Cards' Brings Its D.C. Machinations to the Next Level

    Our review of "House of Cards" season two, which premieres on Netflix on February 14th, 2014.

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    'American Promise' Arrives on PBS With a 13-Years-In-The-Making Story of Race, Class and Parental Expectations

    Sundance prize-winning documentary "American Promise," tracking two African-American students over their years at the prestigious Dalton School, airs on PBS.

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    'Girls' Gets Thrown Out of a Funeral and Asks Itself Whether Its Characters Are Sympathetic

    Check out our recap/review of the February 1st episode of "Girls."

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    WATCH: Melissa McCarthy Hosts SNL, Farewell to Seth Meyers

    Melissa McCarthy hosts SNL for the third time--and faces some type-casting.

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    Recap: Hannah Is An 'Only Child' In 'Girls' Season 3, Episode 5

    If the third season of "Girls" has thus far been dedicated to anything, it's underscoring Hannah's (Lena Dunham) selfishness. Until now, things have seemingly been on track for Hannah, with her relationship with Adam (Adam Driver) now solidified and her career as a writer starting to take shape. But...

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    'Archer' Swaps Spying for Drug Dealing, But Remains a Dysfunctional Workplace Comedy at Heart

    "Archer," Adam Reed's fantastically bawdy, esoteric reference-happy FX animated comedy, spent its first four years in a time-warped world of espionage in which the fashions and technologies were from multiple eras and the Cold War never ended.

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    'Fleming: The Man Who Would be Bond' Stars Dominic Cooper As The James Bond Creator During His Own Years of Espionage

    Before he penned the adventures of fiction's most famous spy, James Bond creator Ian Fleming was involved in intelligence himself during World War II. BBC America's four-part miniseries "Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond," premiering this Wednesday, January 29th at 10pm, melds the creator and his c...

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    'Girls' Tries to Figure Out the Right Way to React to Death

    Death comes to "Girls" -- check out our recap/review of the January 26th episode, "Dead Inside."

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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