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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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    How Idris Elba's 'Luther' Puts Us in the Mindset of a Renegade Detective

    "Luther" is a series about righteous indignation. Yes, it's a police drama, a dark (sometimes ludicrously so) crime saga set in a moody London with a greater and grimmer murder rate to equal that of other bleak procedurals.

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'Breaking Bad' and 'Low Winter Sun' Updates, Mark Strong on Brit Actors in U.S. Series (SPOILERS)

    The big TV news this week was a breathtaking episode of "Breaking Bad" (AMC) that delivered huge surprises that were, at the same time, perfectly plausible. This is a mark of great storytelling, the ability to jolt us with startling developments we couldn't have anticipated that now seem inevitable....

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    ESPN's 'Branded' Examines the Double Standards of Sex Appeal and Skill Applied to Female Athletes

    Premiering tonight, August 27th at 8pm on ESPN, "Branded" is the final installment of the sports network's women-directed and women-focused documentary series "Nine for IX." It's also the film that most sharply confronts the conflicted place occupied by female athletes in the media today.

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    Review: Documentary On Sports Broadcaster Marty ‘Glickman,’ Executive Produced By Martin Scorsese

    When the credits roll on James L. Freedman’s “Glickman” it may be somewhat of a surprise to see Martin Scorsese’s name as an executive producer. Why would the legendary filmmaker have anything to do with a documentary about a sports broadcaster? Well, it’s for the simple reason that the groundbreaki...

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    On 'Breaking Bad,' Walt Proves He May Not Always Be a Great Liar, But He's a Dedicated One

    Check out our recap/review of "Confessions," the August 25th, 2013 episode of "Breaking Bad."

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    Recap: 'The Newsroom' Season 2, Episode 7 'Red Team III'

    We've been pretty hard on "The Newsroom" this season, to the dismay of some readers, but it's simply because the show hasn't lived up to expectations. If the first season was rocky, there was lots of promise, much of which has evaporated over the course of the last six episodes, with Aaron Sorkin's ...

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