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  • TV Review: '24: Live Another Day'

    Jack Bauer is back, and enthusiasm regarding "24: Live Another Day" (or really, at 12 episodes, another half-day) will likely be split, depending on whether news of the project evoked, "Wow! Can't wait!" or, "Seriously? Again? Just how desperate is Fox?" As a member of the latter camp -- why not let the man find a nice beach somewhere instead of dragging this out into "Expendables" territory? -- it's safe to note that the two-hour premiere is ably executed and effectively paced, which is to say, like sundry past seasons. For Fox, along with comfort-and-catharsis-seeking viewers, that's probably enough.
  • TV Review: 'Louie'

    After a protracted 19-month hiatus, "Louie" returns in what feels like midseason form - which is to say, mixing together moments of enormous discomfort, occasional hilarity and just plain weirdness. If anything, the first batch of episodes finds Louis C....

    Even Jack Bauer Might Have Had Problems Crashing the Launch Party for '24′

    The following takes place between the hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Holding a launch party and screening for Fox's "24: Live Another Day" at the site of the U.S.S. Intrepid on New York's West Side seems utterly apropos. The show, after all, sends its...

    Just in time, Jack's back with '24: Live Another Day'

    Just in time, Jack's back with '24: Live Another Day'
    When Jack Bauer left us four years ago, we were sad but not heartbroken. The scaffolding of Fox's "24," strong enough to bear controversy and complaint, was beginning to wobble, the show's take-no-prisoner's tone worn down by over-use and imitation....

    'Louie' returns, on its own peculiar terms

    'Louie' returns, on its own peculiar terms
    Here in the Titanium Age of Television, one comedy gets the sort of ecstatic, near-universal acclaim usually reserved for dramas like "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men." Out of whatever lucky confluence of executive foresight or predilection and the artist...