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Titans Review: DC Universe's Dark Superhero Drama Is The Opposite Of The Arrow-verse

DC Universe's Titans is dark and dreary, but still kicks a lot of ass.

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Single Parents Review: ABC's Latest Is Standard Sitcom Fare, But Shows Hint Of Promise

The latest comedy from ABC, Single Parents, doesn't give us anything revolutionary, but it does feel like there might be some room for growth.

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Murphy Brown Review: CBS' Timely Revival Goes Too Heavy On Politics And Old Age Jokes

Murphy Brown is back and Candice Bergen's sitcom icon is stoking the political fires more than ever, for better or worse.

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New Amsterdam Review: Ryan Eggold's New NBC Medical Drama Is Poignant And Emotional

The Blacklist's Ryan Eggold makes his return to television in NBC's emotional and poignant medical drama, New Amsterdam.

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Magnum P.I. Review: Reboot Might Be Too Tied To The Original, But Still An Action Packed Good Time

Magnum P.I. has some struggles in its insistence on sticking to the past, but is overall a good time.

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The First Review: Hulu's New Astronaut Drama Engages But Doesn't Make It Out Of Orbit

Sean Penn stars in The First, and it's not likely to blow any minds.

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Mayans M.C. Review: FX's Sons Of Anarchy Spinoff Is A Fun And Refreshing Rush

Over on FX, the motorcycles are revving loudly again for the arrival of the Sons of Anarchy follow-up, Mayans M.C.

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The Innocents Review: Netflix's Supernatural Drama Adds A Dark And Strange Twist To Young Love

Netflix has a new drama with The Innocents, which tackles the supernatural in ways you may have never seen before. And what's the supernatural without a little romance?

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Yellowstone Review: Kevin Costner's Rancher Drama Is The Summer Series To Watch

Kevin Costner's Yellowstone is the show folks will be talking about this summer.

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Condor Review: Audience Network's New Conspiracy Drama Covers Familiar Ground In Thrilling Ways

Audience Network's new thriller Condor feels like it came straight out of the 1970s, which is both a good and a bad thing.

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Cobra Kai Review: YouTube Red's Karate Kid Sequel Is A Kick-Ass Romp That Fans Will Love

It's better than most Karate Kid sequels that ever made it to a movie theater, and if it produces a few more seasons, I'll be first in line, with my bansai-trimming scissors in hand.

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Vida Review: Starz' New Drama Is An Intimate Snapshot Into A Community

If you can take your time and enjoy the ride, Vida has the authenticity to make it all worth it

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Killing Eve Review: Sandra Oh Is Superb In BBC America's Devilishly Fun New Thriller

Like "Jason Bourne vs. Dexter Morgan," only smarter than that reductive comparison, Killing Eve is must-watch TV of the highest order.

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Lost In Space Review: Netflix's Reboot Is Ambitious And Cinematic

Rather than a campy sitcom, the new Lost in Space has more in common with the tragic 1998 movie adaptation.

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Siren Review: Freeform's Murderous Mermaid Series Shows Promise

If your fantasy-loving heart was really missing being able to watch a show about killer mermaids, then Siren might be the show for you.

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