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    Lesbians, Jews and Promiscuous Women: The Oppressed Inmates of 'American Horror Story: Asylum'

    The nuts FX series has presented aliens and demons, multiple limbs forcibly amputated or torn off, Nazi doctors, deranged serial killers and mutants living out in the woods. It feels like literally anything could happen on the show. But it also seems to have an overarching vision in mind.

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    Review: David Frankham & Michael Mann's 'Witness' A Raw & Powerful Look At The Front Lines Of Photojournalism

    The news media hasn't been in good shape in the past few years, particularly when it comes to on the ground, investigative journalism. Dwindling budgets, an audience shift from newspapers and television to the internet, and some would argue a lack of drive from the media themselves to do hard re...

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    'Homeland' Shows The Terrible Side of Trust (and Why You Should Never Go to Gettysburg)

    The article below contains spoilers for "A Gettysburg Address," the November 4th episode of "Homeland."

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    Recap: 'Boardwalk Empire' Builds Up To An Explosive Finale In Episode #8, 'The Pony'

    "Jimmy deserved better than this," Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) says with disgust. The "funeral" for Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) is equal parts sham, disgrace and an utter joke. Shockingly killed off at the end of season 2 by his mentor and only real father figure Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) as ...

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    Terrorism, a Love Story: On 'Homeland,' Carrie and Brody Have The Talk

    The article below contains spoilers for "Q&A," the October 28th episode of "Homeland."

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    Review: 'Cafeteria Man' A One Sided, Fly By Look At The Food Activism Of Chef Tony Geraci

    Who is Tony Geraci? For director Richard Chisolm and everyone else involved in the slim, one-sided but no less interesting "Cafeteria Man," he is a saint. Arriving on his houseboat in the marina of Baltimore, Maryland, he rolled up his sleeves and fought to reform school lunches for childr...

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    'Homeland' Offers Up Another Shocker of a Development in a Season Already Filled With Them

    Well, no one can accuse "Homeland" of dragging its feet when it comes to plot developments. Four episodes into its second season, the Showtime drama seems determined to prove itself an answer to every complaint ever made about cable dramas in which nothing happens.

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    In Its New Season, 'American Horror Story' Earns Its Insanity

    The following post contains spoilers for the season premiere of "American Horror Story: Asylum."

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    Why ABC's New Musical Drama 'Nashville' is Smarter Than The Average Soap

    "Nashville" is not without precedent -- like "Smash," it follows in the music-centric footsteps of "Glee," offering songs (T-Bone Burnett is the music producer) and backstage drama, and like the Broadway drama it aims for a more grown-up audience.

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    Has 'Homeland' Jumped the Shark, and Does That Matter?

    Showtime's newly Emmy-approved thriller "Homeland" is only two episodes into its second season, but this past Sunday's installment had some viewers crying foul about plausibility.

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