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‘Imposters’ brings a nice twist to the traditional con storyline: real emotional investment.

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Sorrentino’s stories are grand, and his visions behoove and arrest — but most importantly, they’re befitting for the kind of narratives he so desperately seeks to operate on.

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Though the new season continues to prod the inner workings of the millennial mind, it strikes a slightly different note, one of celebration and self-reflection.

The TV show intro — the magic moments before your beloved program begins. The show's 30 minute arc induces a strong emotional pull in you.

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ sets up a massive change in tone and theme for its third season.

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‘Becoming Warren Buffett’ feels like a half-baked documentary.

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“Training Day” is plagued by what’s already been said and done, continually falling on deaf ears and tired eyes as the show plods from beat-to-beat, sticking to a formula viewers have seen time-after-time.

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‘Powerless’ shows a glimmer of promise, but needs a comedic kick or two to conquer its missteps.

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Her complete one-eighty in regards to personality is what makes a zombie, ultimately, a zombie.

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This is what all television programs should aspire to do — establish a connection with their audience that goes beyond a basic commitment to viewing the show when it airs. It’s a hallmark of quality television, and that’s exactly how to define “Better Call Saul” with its captivating monologues and charismatic cast.

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