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    Idris Elba to Return as 'Luther' in New BBC America Miniseries

    Get ready for two new "Luther's."

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    Review: BBC America's 'The Game' Plays Like John le Carre's 'Homeland'

    Secret stories of secret agents are immediately addictive when done right, and "The Game" may just be the most well-told spy tale on TV.

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    Brian Cox Provides a History Lesson You Really Want to Read: Writing for TV

    Brian Cox plays "Daddy" in the new British spy series "The Game," but don't let the identity-concealing moniker fool you. He -- and the show -- are all business, delivering a taut, tense master class in drama.

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    Watch: Tom Hollander Spirals into Alcoholism as Dylan Thomas in 'A Poet in New York'

    Tom Hollander stars as the talented and tragic poet Dylan Thomas.

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    Review: 'Doctor Who' Season 8 Episode 5, 'Time Heist,' Fails to Fulfill Its Potential

    In "Time Heist," the Doctor and Clara find themselves breaking into a bank vault with no idea what's going on -- and they're not the only ones.

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    Watch: BBC America's Thriller 'The Game' Stirs Memories of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' in New Trailer

    The six-part espionage series is created and written by Toby Whitehouse ("Being Human," "Doctor Who").

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    Fan-Made 'Orphan Black' Infographic Reveals Frequency of Sarah Manning's Swearing

    "Clone Club" members are sure to get a kick out of this fan-created infographic.

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    Review: As Backstories Become Clearer, 'Intruders' Needs to Find Focus or Risk Derailing

    As the immortality references in the dialogue get more and more heavy handed, "Intruders" has begun lifting the veil and explaining how our characters wound up where we met them. This refers to everything from the past few years of Jack's lifetime and why he left the LAPD, back to unexplained murder...

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