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    In Its Second Season, Lena Dunham's 'Girls' Remains Bold, Funny and Wince-Inducing

    "Girls," the HBO series created by and starring Lena Dunham and executive produced by Judd Apatow, carries a lot of baggage for a show that's technically about what a lot of TV is about, which is twentysomethings figuring out love, work and friendship, frequently while lookin...

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    Now and Then: 'Enlightened,' HBO's Masterpiece of Heartbreak

    "Enlightened" opens with Amy Jellicoe (Laura Dern) gag-sobbing in a bathroom stall, mascara streaking down her cheeks in mournful black rivulets. Like the rest of Season 1 of HBO's masterpiece, which returns for Season 2 on Sunday at 9:30, it isn't all that funny. But to call "Enlightened" simply a ...

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    Now and Then: 'Justified' and the Anti-Antihero

    Tony Soprano. Dexter Morgan. Walter White. Television's latest "Golden Age," on cable and in the ancillary afterlife, is full of men who break bad. Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), the U.S. Marshall at the heart of "Justified," may not be squeaky clean, but he's a saint by comparison — and the key ...

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    'Homeland' Goes Out With a Bang, a Few Blockbuster-Style Twists and a Great Turn from Mandy Patinkin

    The article below contains spoilers for "The Choice," the Monday, December 17th episode of "Homeland."

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    Why We're Hoping For a Triple Agent as 'Homeland' Prepares to Set Up a New Season

    The article below contains spoilers for "In Memoriam," the December 9th, 2012 episode of "Homeland."

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    'You Don't Know Bo' Portrays the Greatness of a Career Cut Short

    One of the great strengths of ESPN's "30 for 30" documentary series is the way that each installment seeks to provide context and narrative drive for stories that might not otherwise have inherent appeal to non-fans. These are docs about sports, but they're (usually) films first, ones that present t...

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    'Sexy Baby' Explores How Facebook, Labiaplasty and Pole Dancing Fit in With Our Desire To Be Desirable

    It's in the photos that everything comes together. "Sexy Baby," a documentary from Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this year and debuts on TV on Showtime tonight, Friday, December 7th at 10pm, begins by declaring that it will focus on t...

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    Why 'The Walking Dead' is, in Its Third Season, the Most Improved Show on Television

    This time last year, at the midpoint of season two, "The Walking Dead" was just putting to rest the fruitless search for missing 12-year-old Sophia (Madison Lintz) by having her stagger out of Hershel's (Scott Wilson) barn, revealed to be dead and transformed into a walker. The quest to find Sophia,...

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    Did 'Homeland' Finally Go Too Far With This Week's Hostage Storyline?

    This article contains spoilers for "Broken Hearts," the Sunday, December 2nd episode of "Homeland."

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    Liz Lemon is No Longer Television's Favorite Workaholic Singleton

    The article below contains spoilers for "Mazel Tov, Dummies!," the Thursday, November 29 episode of "30 Rock."

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