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    Review: The Final 'Mad Men' Season Premiere Asks If Don, or Anyone, Can Ever Be Happy

    Thoughtful, deliberate and still surprising in its focus, the final season of "Mad Men" is off to a tremendous start — as though anything less was an option.

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    Review: ‘Girls' Season 4, Episode 10, ‘Home Birth: Pushing Through

    People are finally making choices that don't require other peoples' support.

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    Review: 'Archer' Season 6 Episode 11 'Achub Y Morfilod' Finds Maturity (And Matthew Rhys)

    Archer and Lana made a fairy tale-esque escape to Wales in week 11 and look to return home all the better for it.

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 6 'Chapter 32' Breaks Claire

    Some things you just can't take back in a deeply personal "House of Cards."

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 8 'Divestment' Tells Truths

    It was all about the interviews this week, as the FBI searched for a rat, Nina went head-to-head with an old nemesis and the Jennings decided who to trust.

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    Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 9, 'Burned': Pizza Party

    "Justified" returns to one of its greatest hits.

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    The Near-Perfect First Season of 'Glee'

    As FOX's high-school musical comes to an end, it's worth remembering that the series started out as a fizzy, sentimental classic.

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    Review: 'Better Call Saul' Season 1 Episode 7, 'Bingo' Makes Us Nervous For the Future

    We may be treading water a bit this week, but it's in a very deep pond.

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    Robert Durst of 'The Jinx' Formally Charged with Murder; Controversial Finale Exposes Slippery Nature of 'True Crime' (SPOILERS)

    "The Jinx" identified, and possibly abused, a craving for the unexpected in an age of canned answers, spoiler alerts, and predictable endings. It played on our deep-seated desire for the electric flicker of live viewing, even though it was, as we knew all along, pre-recorded, edited tape.

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 5 'Chapter 31' Introduces Two New Faces & One Old One

    The President pushed ahead with his jobs plan, and Congress bucked against it. What else is new?

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