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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 4 'Iron in the Fire' Sparks But Can't Light

    After the fourth hour of "Homeland" Season 4, we're pretty much exactly where we started -- but there's hope on the horizon.

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    Review: 'The Knick' Season 1 -- Great TV or a Waste of Steven Soderbergh? It's a Coin Flip

    Clive Owen's Dr. Thackery reaches his tolerance while Algernon Edwards pushes his own in a finale appropriate for a divergent first season.

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    Review: The Biggest Mystery of 'The Affair' Solved - It Just Keeps Getting Better

    Have you had a chance to discover Showtime's captivating new drama yet? Good. Because it only gets better.

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    Review: 'Marry Me' Offers the Perfect Acting Pair, If Not Premise, in a Promising Premiere

    Casey Wilson and Ken Marino are ideal sitcom leads, but overcoming their new show's central premise may be their biggest challenge.

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    'Please Like Me,' the Best TV Comedy You're (Probably) Not Watching

    The delightful Australian comedy is a bull in the sitcom china shop, reveling in the mayhem of adulthood as an adolescent might an ingenious prank.

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    Review: 'Homeland' Season 4 Episode 3 'Shalwar Khameez' Heads Down a Bad Road

    After just the second week of the "New 'Homeland,'" its writers are already intent on recreating the past.

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    Review: 'Kingdom' is More than Nick Jonas & MMA - It's Your New Favorite Drama

    Byron Balasco's new drama pulls together parts from "Warrior" and "Friday Night Lights" to create a unique and compelling vision all its own -- if people can find it.

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