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With the long holiday weekend, most shows are skittering away from the airwaves. Not Orphan Black, though! Also: New episodes of Borgen and Maron and lots of playoff action.
Cabler unveils three-pronged, Columbus-style plan to colonize your cable package.
If there’s one constant of Television Critics Association press tours, it’s this: TV critics and reporters love FX president John Landgraf.
“[Looper] has to do with violence and the question of approaching the world’s problems by killing the right person vs. by raising our children right.”
"This [series] takes place all over the world, but… it’s not that different from The Shield, I think.”
Not to get your hopes up or anything.
The brilliant, perceptive, and short-lived Better Off Ted never won any ratings competitions.
What Philip Michael Thomas’ guest spot on Don Johnson’s post-Miami Vice TV vehicle says about different paths of fame.
Now is the time when Suits must make good on our praises. Also: A Burn Notice summer finale, and when Louie met Chloë.
Just because a TV show could go on forever doesn’t mean it should.
Justified creator Graham Yost walks us through the decisions that went into creating the latest season of the show.
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How television might reclaim television history.
Our somewhat skeptical guide to the new fall season continues with a look at what you might be watching Wednesdays through Fridays.
The A.V. Club’s weekly list.
As broadcast networks experience a quality upswing, cable programming has reached a crossroads.
Conventional wisdom holds that television is a lot artistically healthier than the movies these days. It’s wrong.
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