All posts tagged television review

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Acclaimed thriller returns with a bang

“The following takes place between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m.” So starts the much-anticipated return of “24,” the accla...

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‘Almost Human’ is almost worth watching

These days, it seems like all the cable channels have the good dramas while the commercial networks are constantly broad...

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Mysterious re-imagining of ‘Dracula’ gets off to decent start

Forget about those Cullens and the diaries — it’s time to talk about the original vampire: Dracula. “Dracula” st...

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‘Sleepy Hollow’ exciting and well-rounded new series

According to Entertainment Weekly, Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” premiere scored 10 million viewers, lobbing off the compe...

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Netflix wows with ‘Orange is the New Black’

Netflix’s fourth installation of their original series “Orange is the New Black” turned out to be wild...

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‘Tomb Raider’ reboot not quite what the series deserved

Reboots are nothing new when it comes to video games these days. It seems like it’s a constant occurrence that studios...

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‘Brooklyn’ a great mix of comedy and action

What do you get when you cross “Parks & Recreation” and “NCIS”? Fox’s newest and brightest comedy, called...

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ABC’s new family comedy, ‘The Goldbergs,’ falls flat

Now, I don’t want to sound too harsh, but “The Goldbergs” was one of the worst pilots I have ever seen. The three ...

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‘Fujiko’ thrilling and serious

The Woman Called Fujiko Mine stands in an enduring Japanese media franchise centred around Lupin the Third, expert thie...

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NBC’s ‘Hannibal’ dark, clever and imaginative

Ever since Anthony Hopkins made his first appearance in 1991’s “The Silence of the Lambs,” Dr. Hannibal Lecter has...