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    Review: Ricky Gervais' Netflix Dramedy Returns with Less 'Derek' and More Sex Jokes

    Much of the charm from season one has worn off, even if Derek himself remains a character deserving of his own time in the sun.

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Takes One Small Step for Don, One Giant Leap for Women in Eventful Mid-Season Finale

    There’s a Kubrick/fake moon-landing theory in here somewhere, but I can’t find it.

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    Review: In 'Game of Thrones' Season 4, Episode 7, Reservations and Surprises Fly

    There is nothing quite like the third or so good episode of "Game of Thrones" in a row. The show has so many moving parts that to see them all functioning harmoniously, as if it's no big deal, is quite a sight to behold. "Mockingbird," manages to keep the larger story moving ever forward and provide...

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Season 7 Changes 'The Strategy' in the Series' Most Romantic Episode Ever

    A surprising twist felt right at home in "The Strategy," and now we wait one more week to see if it pays off now or in 2015.

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    Review: Ryan Murphy Finally Finds the Pulse of 'The Normal Heart' in an Uneven but Devastating Adaptation

    Ryan Murphy may not have been the perfect man to helm the weightier moments of "The Normal Heart, but he and his cast overcome the project's divisive history to deliver an emotionally devastating film.

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    Review: 'Game of Thrones' Builds to an Epic Climax in 'The Laws of Gods and Men'

    “The Laws of Gods and Men” is, structurally, a season in microcosm: it starts out making a big show of the dramatic voyage on which it's embarking before throwing in some nudity and violence because it's “Game of Thrones.”

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Stirs the Pot with a Threesome and a Nipple in 'The Runaways,' But is Anything Actually Cooking?

    "Mad Men" went on quite a ride Sunday night, raising more questions than it could answer in an hour -- or in half a season?

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    Review: NBC's 'Rosemary's Baby' Can't Escape Satan, Or Roman Polanski Comparisons

    It's not necessarily fair to compare two versions of the same story, but despite the smoldering of Jason Isaacs, NBC's devilish adaptation of Ira Levin's novel struggles to stand apart.

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    Review: Eva Green Owns 'Penny Dreadful,' a Horror Series For the Dramatically Inclined

    Writer John Logan and executive producer Sam Mendes have created a compelling tale that feels more like a movie than a TV show.

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Turns to Stanley Kubrick's '2001' to Get Pat Messages Across in Episode 4, 'The Monolith'

    Computers are taking over the firm's creative space while Don's creativity is squashed in a surprisingly uneventful episode of "Mad Men."

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