BY JACOB RICH
Its newest, biggest release, “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U,” is an enormous, painstakingly crafted multiplayer video game, one that deserves a hallowed spot in any collegiate gamer’s library.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
If viewers need an hour of familiar entertainment, “State of Affairs” is equipped to fill the void. But if art is to do anything more than competently splice together a handful of tropes and topical references, “State of Affairs” fails.
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
“The Missing” is a visually and cerebrally engrossing series whose answers may destroy any semblance of safety left for the characters’ past and present.
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
“Getting On” is the kind of show that makes it both hard to laugh and hard to cry, where doctors aren’t heroic and patients aren’t sympathetic. It’s sickly, darkly and disturbingly funny because it’s real.
BY KAREN HUA
Essentially, it seems like viewers stay tuned not because "Doctor Who" becomes more original or thrilling. Rather, they watch because they are undyingly invested in the characters and relationships the series has spent eight seasons forming.
BY ALEX INTNER
While the final season premiere contains some more controlled moments from Sorkin, “The Newsroom” still gets lost in the big statements.
BY ALEC STERN
I wouldn’t say I’m a Katherine Heigl fan. To be honest, I don’t really care either way about Katherine Heigl. But tonight, the actress is making her return to television, and whether you hate her or love her, it’s a fascinating comeback.
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