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Review: 'Person of Interest'

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CBS cleverly recycles its old mainstays with modest twists and that's largely the formula with "Person of Interest," which recasts "The Equalizer" in a post-Sept. 11 package, informed by suspicions…

'Revenge'
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Review: 'Revenge'

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The money, power and privilege associated with the Hamptons is a ripe setting for a nighttime soap, and a young woman bent on revenge against those responsible for her father's disgrace and death…

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Review: 'Prime Suspect'

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Knighthood might not be in the cards, but Maria Bello's considerable charisma provides the strongest reason to watch "Prime Suspect," a belated adaptation of the British miniseries that helped put…

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'2 Broke Girls'
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Review: '2 Broke Girls'

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"2 Broke Girls" has appealing co-stars, a quite functional premise, considerable raunch, a favorable time-slot and one inherent problem: While CBS has enjoyed solid success with its Monday comedies…

'The Playboy Club'
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Review: 'The Playboy Club'

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Critics will inevitably do some comparing-and-contrasting in appraising the fall's two early-1960s dramas, "Playboy Club" and ABC's "Pan Am," a juxtaposition that favors NBC's glossy if not wholly…

'The Secret Circle'
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Review: 'The Secret Circle'

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The beauty of programming to a younger audience is things that were so '60s, like supernatural soap operas ("Dark Shadows?" Feh) can become minty fresh all over again. So the CW's modest hit "The…

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Review: 'Free Agents'

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The backward relationship -- sex first; commitment later -- goes almost instantly awry in "Free Agents," a single-camera laffer that begins with its protagonists in bed together and proceeds…

'Ringer'
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Review: 'Ringer'

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Sarah Michelle Gellar lands the enviable dual role of a former stripper facing witness protection who reconnects with her wealthy sister, only to have the latter abruptly disappear, leaving the…

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