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    Recap: 'Boardwalk Empire,' Season 4, Episode 11, ‘Havre De Grace’

    Out of the gloomy, dark fog, voices and the faint outlines of faces appear. Chalky White (Michael K. Williams) and Daughter Maitland (Margot Robbie) are once again in the backseat of a car. But this time, instead of driving to their would-be demise (as they almost did at the climax of last week’s ep...

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    Recap: Danny Huston's Axeman Visits 'American Horror Story: Coven,' As More Secrets Are Revealed

    If last week's episode of "American Horror Story: Coven" proved one thing, it's that the tensions between the coven of New Orleans witches and the more soulful practitioners of voodoo are reaching the proverbial boiling point, you know, like in a cauldron. Vengeance was taken for the acid attack on ...

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    A Controversial Boxing Legend Tells His Life Story (With the Help of Spike Lee) in HBO's 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth'

    Spike Lee's remake of Park Chan-wook's "Oldboy" hits theaters in two weeks, but he has a smaller, more personal and weirder project premiering on HBO this Saturday, November 16th at 8pm.

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Episode 7 Brings 'Masters of Sex' Into Focus

    The watershed seventh episode of Showtime's "Masters of Sex" brings the show into focus as a screwball romantic comedy for the post-privacy era. It has a "marriage plot" that happens to be a true story.

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    How British Series 'Black Mirror' Suggests the Near Future is Something We Should Fear

    As its title suggests, the terrific British anthology series "Black Mirror" is meant to offer a darker reflection of ourselves and where we are as a society as technology continues to shape our lives.

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    Will Its Mild Debut Comedy Series 'Alpha House' Make Enough of a Splash for Amazon Studios?

    Both Netflix and Amazon turned to D.C. for their first big ventures into original programming. What better signal of your substance and relevance (if not, perhaps, your youthful appeal) than to skewer the world of American politics in your inaugural series?

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    Recap: 'Boardwalk Empire,' Season 4, Episode 10, ‘White Horse Pike’

    Entertainment Weekly added “Boardwalk Empire” to the lesser half of its “Fall TV Winners & Losers” section in the magazine this week, The Hollywood Reporter griped about the show at the beginning of the season, and, to be totally transparent, this writer did the same. But what’s become incredibly ap...

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    Two Office Bumblers Get Caught Up in an Action Movie-Style Conspiracy in Hulu's New Series 'The Wrong Mans'

    Edgar Wright casts a long shadow over "The Wrong Mans," the new Hulu original series set to premiere in the U.S. on Monday, November 11th. In particular, Wright's "Hot Fuzz" seems to be a formative influence on the half-hour comedic drama (co-produced by BBC Two), which stars Mathew Baynton and Jame...

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    Why Divisive Pro-Nuclear Power Film 'Pandora's Promise' is the Right Kind of Doc for CNN to Air

    Is nuclear power the solution to global warming? "Pandora's Promise," a documentary from Robert Stone ("Radio Bikini," "Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst") that airs on CNN tonight, November 7th at 9pm after a premiere at Sundance and a theatrical release in June, attempts to make the counterint...

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    Recap: Things Get Hot In 'American Horror Story: Coven' Episode 5, "Burn, Witch. Burn!"

    One of the greatest, gore-soaked magic tricks of "American Horror Story" is the way that creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have so many balls in the air, that even when some mysteries or scenarios are put to bed, ten more spring up. It's like the nighttime soap opera horror equivalent of a hydra...

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