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Marc Maron talks career, creative process

Courtesy of Marc Maron

BY ERIKA HARWOOD AND AKSHAY SETH

While running some errands, including stocking up on cat supplies for his two pets Monkey and Lafonda, Maron squeezed in time for a phone conversation with The Michigan Daily.

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'Living with Lincoln' suffers from lack of identity

HBO

BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN

The point of “Living with Lincoln” would have been easier to grasp if Kunhardt had chosen a style and stuck to it, like he has in his other works — either as strong a visual presence on screen, or an auditory presence or a completely distance from the story.

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'Face Off' season finale showcases some of the best work of the series

Syfy

BY KIM BATCHELOR

The results were some of the most detailed and unique creations ever produced on the show, and certainly some of the best quality.

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Violent, dark 'Daredevil' continues Marvel's success

Netflix

BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS

In its first four episodes, “Daredevil” questions the limits Murdock can go to as a vigilante and where the line is drawn between justice and vengeance.

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'American Odyssey' is one third of a good show

NBC

BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS

Telling the interlocking stories of three people plunged into the middle of an international emergency, NBC’s latest drama is only able to produce one strong plotline among mediocre others that are marred in predictability and flat characters.

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'Louie' 's greatness fascinates in season 5 premiere

FX

BY ALEX INTNER

“Louie” ’s storytelling doesn’t just shine in the stories-of-the-week, it also does a wonderful job of telling the ongoing story of Louie and Pamela’s relationship.

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Natalie Gadbois: 'Bloodline' 's manly men

BY NATALIE GADBOIS

Sometimes masculinity — meaning, the negative stereotype of macho dude-ness — can be criticized by showing it at its worst, most manfully harmful. This is the case with Netflix’s “Bloodline.”

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