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    SXSW: Fan-Fueled Phenom 'Veronica Mars' Recaptures the Magic of the Original Kristen Bell Series

    Can you ever go back to the past after you've closed the book on it, and would you want to? Will you like what you find there?

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    CNN's Docuseries 'Chicagoland,' From the Producers of 'Brick City,' Is a Vibrant Portrayal of a Divided City and Its Mayor

    CNN incisive new eight-part docuseries "Chicagoland" walks viewers through the many issues facing the Windy City.

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    Alfonso Cuarón Successfully Scales Down to The Small Screen With His First-Ever TV Series 'Believe'

    "Believe" begins with an elaborate, nearly three-minute shot (or collection of shots seamless stitched together) that starts in the car in which Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a little girl, is riding with her foster parents, and ends in the rain outside its wreck.

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    'Resurrection' and Why TV's Suddenly All About Coming Back From The Dead

    "Resurrection," the new ABC limited series premiering this Sunday, March 9th, begins with a little boy who's come back from the dead. This is a very trendy thing for him to do.

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    June Squibb Guests On An Episode of 'Girls' About How Growing Up Doesn't Mean Getting Along

    Check out our recap/review of the "Girls" episode "Flo," guest-starring June Squibb, Amy Morton and Deirdre Lovejoy.

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    Recap: 'Girls' Goes With The 'Flo' In Season 3, Episode 9

    We've already seen how Hannah handles death with the mid-season episodes "Dead Inside" and "Only Child"—with what can best be described as cool detachment with a spoonful of selfishness tossed into the mix. It's a reaction that could perhaps be chalked up to her age, where death is distant reality, ...

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    Recap: 'True Detective' Season 1, Episode 7 Investigates 'After You've Gone'

    "I don't dwell in the past," Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) tells his former partner Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) in their first conversation in a decade, but neither can escape it. For Martin, the past is a series of mistakes and choices he's continually trying to correct, to varying degrees of ...

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    Can SundanceTV's New Drama 'The Red Road' Live Up To Its Impressive Pedigree?

    "The Red Road," the SundanceTV original drama premiering February 27th at 9pm, is the creation of Aaron Guzikowski, the writer of Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoners."

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    A Southerner's Defense of Bayou Gothic 'True Detective'

    Emily Nussbaum may be my favorite critic working today -- her New Yorker column is my North Star of trusted opinion in the televisual wilderness. But she gets "True Detective" wrong, wrong, wrong.

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