"Life" picks up beautifully where "Planet Earth" left off.
Showtime's sophomore series share many of the same strengths and, increasingly, similar flaws.
Nothing on television comes closer to the unsettling feeling of a Coen brothers movie than this.
Show's timely premise possesses more pop than the actual episodes.
By devoting two hours to the premiere, NBC risks exhausting "Minute's" 15 minutes of fame that much faster.
Treats a sensational topic in a spare and thoughtful way.
So "ripped from the headlines" that there's ample "Today" show footage speckled throughout.
Appears to hate its "characters" every bit as much as it hopes viewers will.
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