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Some thoughts and observations upon watching season five of The Wire for the first time.
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Some thoughts and observations upon watching season four of The Wire for the first time.
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Assorted thoughts and observations upon seeing the third season of The Wire for the first time.
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Thoughts and observations based upon watching Season Two of The Wire for the first time.
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Thoughts upon watching The Wire for the first time.
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In our look at The Shield's second season we consider the characterization of bureaucracy, the existence of criminal money trains and the growth of Ronnie Gardocki.
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The first in a multi-part retrospective look at Shawn Ryan's seminal police drama The Shield.
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TVGA's Masterwork column this week looks at one of the landscape television shows of the last ten years, a show that redefined quality drama and attitudes towards death. Of course it is Six Feet Under.
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This time on TVGA Masterworks we travel to the farthest reaches of television drama (and the universe) to take a look at the brightest burning bug that has ever graced the often clumsy science fiction genre.
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This time on TVGA Masterworks we take a look at a HBO Mini-series from the master raconteur David Simon. The Corner was an uncompromising and at times harrowing peak into the streets of the drug trade and the people who live on them.
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In this TVGA Masterworks article we take a look at one of the classic greats of the crime drama, Homicide: Life on the Street.
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In this weekly/fortnightly column series I'm going to take a look across the past few decades of television and focus on the greatest shows to have ever graced our small screens. This week: Arrested Development.
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