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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'Boardwalk Empire' Season Premiere, Nussbaum TV Game, Johnson Directs 'Breaking Bad'

    The season premiere of "Boardwalk Empire" was as lush and well-acted -- and as weirdly uncompelling -- as ever. Perhaps we've watched too many period gangster dramas, at this point, to be easily enthralled by a show that takes a staunchly traditionalist approach to the genre.

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    'Breaking Bad' White-Knuckles Its Way to a Showdown in the Desert

    Check out our recap/review of "To'hajiilee," the September 8, 2013 episode of "Breaking Bad."

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    Welcome Back: 'Foyle's War'

    September 15, on Masterpiece Mystery, former Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle will begin a new war. If a television series can win the lottery, “Foyle’s War,” the British series about a policeman solving crimes against the backdrop of the Second World War, has won not once but twice...

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    Why Richard Harrow Makes for a Better Tragic 'Boardwalk Empire' Hero Than Nucky Thompson

    It took me two and a half seasons to really click with Terence Winters' "Boardwalk Empire," the HBO Prohibition drama returning for its fourth season this Sunday, September 8th at 9pm.

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    Is There Such a Thing as 'Too Mean' on 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'?

    After nine seasons of no lessons learned, no "awwww" moments or "very special episodes," "Seinfeld" shook Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer out of their bubble and into a world in which they were suddenly held responsible for their behavior and handed a jail sentence after many of the people they'd w...

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    CNN's First Commissioned Documentary 'The Flag' Searches for a Missing 9/11 Icon

    "The Flag," which premieres on CNN tonight, September 4th, at 9pm, serves as a softer counterpart to "9/11: The Falling Man," the 2006 documentary Henry Singer made about the search for the identity of the jumper in Richard Drew's iconic image from the World Trade Center.

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA - Meat & Potatoes

    The satisfying contemporary Western procedural "Longmire" (A&E), from the novels of Craig Johnson, managed to squeeze a second season-ending cliffhanger out of the very same underlying mystery it turned to last year, the questions surrounding the death of the title character's beloved wife. If 'hang...

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    'Breaking Bad' Sets Up a Long-Overdue Showdown Between Its Two Former Partners

    Check out our recap/review of "Rabid Dog," the September 1st, 2013 episode of "Breaking Bad."

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