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“Frontier” frames the world of fur trading as one of intrigue and back-stabbing — with maybe a little too much stabbing for its own good — as characters bloody their hands while moving from one underdeveloped plot to the next.

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The program's finale produced a twist that completely changed the fabric of the show.

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ʻA Series of Unfortunate Events’ lives entirely in its own little world, free from the constraints that a period piece can often put on a work of fiction.

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If this is Cranston’s and Amazon’s attempt to capitalize on the success of ‘Breaking Bad’ by not-so-subtly reimagining the antihero plot as an episodic crime caper, they could have tried a little harder.

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What if you could reduce each of your insecurities to a physical being, and by drowning them, exorcise them?

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For those looking for something more engaging, ‘Taboo’ may not be the right show.

After watching just an episode, I’m unsure whether I should continue with the series or consider returning to church.

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After seven seasons, it’s become clear that Armisen and Brownstein have no shortage of crazy comedy to dole out.

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While the term “reboot” may be used to describe many throwback series, “revival” is the more accurate term for ‘One Day at a Time’ — though the sitcom may be reminiscent of its namesake, it's exclusively one of a kind.

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The much anticipated ‘Sherlock’ Season 4 premiere sees the return of popular characters but falls flat in its plot.

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