"Sons" emulates its ride: Plenty noisy, but a relatively low-octane vehicle.
Series mixes the hard-bodied cheerleading of "Bring It On" with the politics of "Showgirls.'
This promising newcomer more closely resembles "Alias" than its ostensible namesake.
Emmy voters came up with a crowdpleasing assortment of choices for the firstrate telecast.
Cancer and comedy are shaken, then stirred to form an unlikely cocktail.
An award-winning documentary with franchise potential?
Reasonably good MTV production, rooted in fertile soil of high school's de facto caste system.
Much of this would sound like a reairing of past grievances were it not for the fresh tragedy.
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