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NBC swept Tuesday in key demos behind winning performances by "The Voice" and "Grimm" on its new night, while CBS vet "NCIS" was again easily the most-watched program overall. ABC was all wet…
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Not a dream job at the best of times, taking care of one's mother-in-law becomes a full-blown nightmare in the satisfying black comedy "Happy New Year, Grandma!"
The impossible dreams of immigrants and the criminals who live off them become a full-blown nightmare in "America," Portuguese helmer Joao Nuno Pinto's compelling and bleakly hilarious debut.
An extremely rare venture into a full-blown, potentially Broadway-bound, world-premiere musical.
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