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    Who’s the Mole in The Game? (BBC America)

    Just as we were about to yawn and say pass the potatoes please, three unique Points of Play in The Game, episodes three and four, snapped us upright into pay-attention mode.

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    Review: SundanceTV Miniseries 'One Child' Is a Gripping, Globe-Spanning Thriller

    Though its ample excitements occur on intimate terrain, "One Child" conjures the fear of a system that follows but one logic: power.

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    Review: 'The Newsroom' Season 3 Episode 4, 'Contempt,' Finds Its Villains

    Will and MacKenzie got married (finally), but "Contempt" found more anger than love in its characters.

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    Streaming Service Acorn TV Scores with Postwar Dramas 'A Place to Call Home,' 'Serangoon Road'

    In the remarkable melodrama 'A Place to Call Home' and the reliable procedural 'Serangoon Road,' the fog of war blurs the line between personal conflict and global conflagration.

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 7 Gets All Sensitive & Selfish

    Noah and Alison couldn't keep their secret any longer in this week's revelatory episode of "The Affair."

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 9: 'There's Something Else Going On,' Indeed

    Yes, there certainly was something else going on in this week's "Homeland," and we doubt anyone saw it coming.

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    How the Best Episode of 'The Newsroom' Reveals the Series' Fatal Flaws

    No series creator in the history of television has more revered the medium in theory and more despised it in practice than Aaron Sorkin. In "Run," however, the conclusion of the argument is anything but foregone.

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    Review: 'The Affair' Season 1 Episode 6 Takes a Taxi to the Dark Side

    The spouses came into play in the sixth episode of "The Affair," but only one brought a surprise to the table.

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