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If you don’t let the show’s rabid, pseudo-intellectual fanbase ruin it, finding something to love about “Rick and Morty” is easy.

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But judging from its ambitious premise, “Room 104” feels like it’s saving up for better, more groundbreaking episodes.

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Outside of its entertainment value, “Ballers” provides audiences with an effective number of hilarious scenes.

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Overall, the opening two episodes for the seventh season harkens back to the beginning of the series, completing the narrative circle.

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The success of any “Silicon Valley” episode has always started and ended with its characters.

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Luckily, “Glow”’s authentic portrayal of the ‘80s evokes the decade’s social and aesthetic atmosphere well enough that it’s neither too simplistic nor over-the-top.

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“The Leftovers” isn’t great because you can point to your favorite parts of the sow; it’s superb because what remains, what you’re left with when each episode ends, is an intoxicating cocktail of all the emotions you never knew you had.

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The fifth season may not entirely live up to the expectations left behind by the fourth, but it still benefits from many powerful performances and creative bits of storytelling.

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With an approach that is sensitive, timely and thoroughly researched, “American Epic” highlights this country’s music, a layered and intersectional national experience that has defined this country’s character since the beginning.

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The success of this most recent “House of Cards” season is largely a result of its continued reliance on a talented and diverse cast.

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