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Few topics get me as heated as when people say something to the effect of, "There's nothing good on TV these days," "TV is filled with junk," and on and on.
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Vinyl's pilot episode is exceptional, exciting, and engrossing.
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There's more television than ever before and when you dig into the numbers, you find out all kinds of surprising things. Here's 17 of them.
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As the May 16 finale approaches, we take a look at some of the best moments from the gang at Dunder Mifflin.
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I’ve become more interested over time about what makes a show “great” versus merely “good,” and the ways in which good, very good, and great shows as a group have come to raise the bar on television quality overall.
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It's a bit sad that The Real World and so many of its derivatives over the last 20 years failed to live up to this high standard.
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Forgotten televisions series that were canceled before they were able to gain any kind of a following.
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My journey began pretty innocently.
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A tribute to 15 female characters who are doing some mighty ass kicking these days.
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This fall TV season has gotten a good start, but there are a few things that I hope will happen in 2013 for some of my favorite shows.
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My personal favourite sci-fi/fantasy shows of the year.
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The fall TV season is upon us and there are plenty of shows -- both old and new -- to choose from.
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The hype for The Dark Knight Rises has reached the hyperactive. Is it good, is it great, will audiences foam at the mouth for its very Transcendence? Sure, probably, who knows? But is it better than what's on television this summer? Balderdash, we of the TV Geek Army cry!
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Now that we've reached the beginning of the end (the first half of Breaking Bad's final sixteen Season Five episodes premieres Sunday, July 15th at 10:00 on AMC) , it's as good a time as any to speculate and pontificate on how, to pull some parlance from The Wire, Walter White will get got.
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28 things that especially delighted and/or tripped me out about Mad Men's glorious return to form.
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"If it's a Cinderella story, we fight on that Cinderella story." - Slim Charles
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We love our Downton Abbey but some things were just off in Season Two and we have specific ways to fix it.
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The responses are both varied and illuminating, running the gamut from drama to comedy and from old timey legends to contemporary masterworks.
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A look at what's made Alcatraz a much tighter mid-season drama.
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Eight suggestions for how to make the television world a better place in 2012.
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Or, you know, of the top seven Doctor Who specials of the past seven years.
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We're here to nitpick at TV plot blunders and in 2011, we saw quite a few of them.
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There are a lot of TV lists flying around this time of year. Top this, top that. A lot of them don't seem all of that relevant or interesting to me, so I decided to dig in and think about the things that I learned from watching television during 2011.
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From Gustavo Fring to Fat Mac, we break it down.
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Dexter's dive in quality (and his "dark passenger") spurs a discussion of other shows that need a mercy killing.
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A great TV theme song does a few different things at once: it sets the tone and whets your appetite for the story to follow while thematically meshing with the style and vibe of the show.
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NCIS is ignored by critics, but shouldn't be.
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What are the SAG members thinking? Are they clueless or just lazy?
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As the band Trainwreck, featuring Tenacious D's Kyle Gass, sings in "TV Theme": "It's a train wreck, oh yeah... wrong way down the one-way track."
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Does Deadwood make the cut?
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While some episodes from recent seasons are certainly more "classic" than others, there are plenty of reasons to cheer for South Park remaining on the air for a long time to come.
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While there are arguably great shows on the air on any given night, it's pretty clear that right now Sunday is the absolute king of television nights.
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TV executives have broken many a heart with these early cancellations.
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The idea is to to do a fun sweep around our great nation and try to pluck out some familiar shows in regional locales and some surprise selections as well.
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