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Review: 'Going Home'

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Peach pies and picket fences -- CBS tackles the hard issues associated with country living but offers up a creaky and derivative package in "Going Home." Not all telepics should aim for the Internet…

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Review: 'Nowhere to Land'

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TBS Superstation's newly formed original movies division has found a profitable ratings niche with B-movies such as "Fatal Error" and "Silent Predators." Its latest entry, a marginally suspenseful…

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Review: 'Lifetime Live'

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Cable's newest contribution to daytime programming, "Lifetime Live," does not try to be all things to all people but at least tries to be all things to all women. With a broad format including news…

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Review: 'The Huntress'

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Surprise, surprise: A USA network telepic about a mother-and-daughter bounty hunting team transcends its genre trappings and becomes a delightful, comic romp, packed with eccentric characters and…

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Review: 'Secret Agent Man'

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Ever since the Cold War ended, spy-story aficionados have sought a way to revive the genre within the context of the new world order. This latest series from Barry Sonnenfeld's company simply lets…

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Review: 'Cover Me'

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It may be based on the factual life of an FBI family, but USA's "Cover Me" is hardly grounded in reality. Implausible at every turn, the cable net's new one-hour dramedy misses more than it hits…

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