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  • 'The Killing' recap: Pastor Mike lies, then lies in wait

    'The Killing' recap: Pastor Mike lies, then lies in wait
    Pastor Mike Sheehan hasn’t exactly been telling the Gospel truth. “Hope Kills” begins where “Eminent Domain” left off, with detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder in Sheehan’s office at the Beacon Home for Teens,...
  • 'True Blood' recap: Sookie learns the truth about Ben - he's Warlow!

    'True Blood' recap: Sookie learns the truth about Ben - he's Warlow!
    Warlow revealed! Andy’s faerie kids dead? Governor’s daughter goes vampire! Sam gets a new girlfriend – and a human one at that? So much to recap in “True Blood” Episode 64. Ironically titled “At Last,”...
  • Review: 'The Bridge' has a good foundation but remains a bit shaky

    Review: 'The Bridge' has a good foundation but remains a bit shaky
    Based, as all American TV will one day be, on a Scandinavian model, "The Bridge," which premieres Wednesday on FX, adapts a Danish-Swedish series about a corpse found straddling a border and the binational investigation that follows. It has its good...
  • 'The Bridge' premiere audience about the same as 'The Americans'

    'The Bridge' premiere audience about the same as 'The Americans'
    The premiere episode of FX's latest drama series, "The Bridge," grabbed an audience of 4.12 million viewers during its first two airings on Wednesday night. That is almost the same size of an audience that tuned into watch the cable channel's last...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Meltdown after investigative story goes south

    'The Newsroom' recap: Meltdown after investigative story goes south
    “News Night” staffers believed they had uncovered a scandal of Watergate proportions – the kind that “makes careers and ends presidencies.” But instead of winning a Peabody Award for journalism excellence, the military...
  • McNamara's Picks: 'Foyle's War,' 'Writers' Room,' 'Breaking Amish'

    PBS is chockablock with solid fare this summer, with new episodes of the "Inspector Morse" prequel series "Endeavor" currently airing, along with repeats of "Call the Midwife," Season Two, and an adaptation of "The Lady Vanishes" coming up next month....
  • True voice brings 'True Detective' to life

    True voice brings 'True Detective' to life
    Among the many things to admire about the new HBO crime series "True Detective" is the title, which is broad, pithy, self-conscious and laced with a stank of menace. Or maybe that's just the smell it gives off when played against the show's apocalyptic...
  • Netflix gives 'The Killing' a final season

    Netflix gives 'The Killing' a final season
    "The Killing" won't die. Netflix, known to help the underdog, has ordered a fourth and final limited season of the beleaguered drama. The six-episode series finale, produced by Fox Television Studios, will be made available only to Netflix streaming...
  • Netlix revives 'The Killing'

    Netlix revives 'The Killing'
    They just can't kill off "The Killing." The twice-dead series is getting and fourth season thanks to Netflix. Netflix announced Friday it has made a deal with Fox Television Studios to resurrect the crime drama again. AMC cancelled the series after...
  • Netflix sets premiere date for 'House of Cards' Season 2

    Netflix sets premiere date for 'House of Cards' Season 2
    "House of Cards" will be returning for a second season on Feb. 14, Netflix announced Wednesday. All 13 episodes of the series will be availble to stream starting on Valentine's Day, a Friday, ensuring that single people everywhere will have viable...
  • 'Ripper Street' gets a third season, thanks to Amazon

    'Ripper Street' gets a third season, thanks to Amazon
    The Victorian-era detectives of "Ripper Street" have been granted a stay of execution, thanks to Amazon, which ordered a third season of the BBC series that had been canceled last year. The online retail giant announced the new eight-episode season as...