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A look at top titles making market debuts.
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The return of Anthony Edwards to series television and the migration of actors such as John Barrowman, Aidan Quinn and William Forsythe to potential new series highlighted the past week in broadcast…
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A slew of U.S. crime procedurals has arrived since Jane Tennison -- writer Lynda La Plante's female police inspector in a predominantly male world -- made her debut 15 years ago. While the character…
Third time out of the gate for Helen Mirren as tough London detective chief inspector Jane Tennison is right up there with the actress's first, career-boosting outing. Top-notch casting, a subtly…
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