Brian Lowry

Review: 'Mad Men'

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At a time when most programs seek to dazzle viewers with big, bold concepts, the pleasures of "Mad Men" refreshingly arise almost wholly from small, impeccably detailed touches. Set in 1960, this…

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Review: 'Creature Comforts'

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CBS has little to lose in adapting the British version with U.S. voices, but it's hard to imagine this surviving long past the first commercial break, much less beyond its run as a summer replacement.

Laura Linney

Review: 'Write & Wrong'

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As programmers obsess over younger demos, this Lifetime movie is most notable for daring to broach the taboo topic of age discrimination in Hollywood -- casting Kirstie Alley as a middle-aged…

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Review: 'Army Wives'

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There's a fine line between tribute and exploitation, between mining contemporary territory for drama and using the troops shipped off to Iraq as emotional packaging for a primetime soap.

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