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    A new series premiering Thursday on NBC attempts to both reflect and define aspects of our new lives in the era of COVID-19.
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    This show represents the second time that the DC comic book series has been made into a TV series.
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    A new drama series about out-of-control artificial intelligence software can take its place among the best of these kinds of TV shows.
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    Two new scripted dramas are positioned as "true story" narratives, but TV's version of "truth" turns out to be quite different than yours or mine.
  • Sadistic Opening Scene of AMC 'Gang' Series Is Overkill
    Why did the creators of this show, "Gangs of London," feel the need to present us with such a violent opening scene?
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    This fall's election season gets a "Black-ish" spin this weekend as ABC packages two back-to-back episodes of the sitcom as a two-part "Election Special."
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    The fall COVID TV season continues Monday night with a new series on ABC that resists categorization.
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