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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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    Recap: 'Boardwalk Empire' Continues To Spin Its Wheels With 'Blue Bell Boy'

    In retrospect, perhaps we’ve been too generous about the slow pace of “Boardwalk Empire” season three. After all, even one of our comrades at IndieWIRE, Anne Thompson, said she was dismayed at HBO’s decision to renew the show for a fourth season considering the molasses like rhythm of season three s...

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    What Kind of Ending Do We Want for Liz Lemon and '30 Rock'?

    "30 Rock" kicked off its final season last night with the aptly titled "The Beginning of the End," which also happens to be the name of a 2008 "Lost" episode (hence the Dharma Initiative ice cream at the dinner party). Six years in, the show is still one of the better c...

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    'Homeland' Kicks Off Its Second Season With Carrie Getting Her Groove Back

    When we last left "Homeland" heroine Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes), she was shattered by her investigation into former Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis), a rescued POW turned possible terrorist.

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    Recap: Nucky & Gyp Rosetti Seemed Poised For A Showdown In ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Episode 3 'Bone For Tuna'

    While the opening two episodes of season three of “Boardwalk Empire” have been characteristically languid, the drama of this season seems to be finally coalescing; albeit still at a rather leisurely pace. But the character-driven show has always been more interested in the arcs and perso...

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