BY REGAN DETWILER
Having come to terms with what he called an up and down career, Ruck said he’s satisfied with where he is now, having some good work behind him and being able to continue acting.
BY ALEX INTNER
“Married” was able to pull itself together into a well-done comedy, but, through four episodes, “Sex&Drugs” fails to have a similar evolution, continuing to rely on humor that doesn’t quite click, while only occasionally developing its characters out of their initial types.
BY BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK
The strangest part of “Thanksgiving” is that it barely touches on marriage in a show called “Married.”
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
“Ray Donovan” has never been a happy show.
BY KAREN HUA
Whereas “virtuosity” was most commonly used in terms of sexual chastity in the ’60s, “Masters of Sex” defines it as personal morality — doing good as a mother, as a wife, and as a woman for herself.
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