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Frank Underwood breaks the fourth wall and Rust Cohle waxes philosophical. Our definitive breakdown of what is more annoying.

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"The Americans," the anti-"House of Cards"

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Behind the scenes of a very bizarre show.

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It's not because he's British. It's because he's shameless. 

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"Haunted Houses," the sixth episode of True Detective, was almost certainly the weakest hour yet. The show is so superbly acted and directed that this sounds like more of a criticism than it actually is; "Haunted Houses" was still terrific television. But for the first time the show felt somewhat clichéd and unoriginal—less an experiment in stylistically groundbreaking television than a retread of other cop shows and films.

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How can someone be a feminist if she terminates health care for a pregnant woman?

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This explosive plot development in season two is House of Cards at its worst.

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Coming Soon: The United States of Comcast

Comcast Time-Warner merger will create Orwellian monopoly

In George Orwell’s 1984, the world is divided into three totalitarian superstates, but in the world of broadband and cable television only a single company may soon reign supreme. Comcast announced today it has agreed to acquire Time-Warner, its largest and only significant competitor in the cable and broadband business.

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How To Tell The New Spanish "Breaking Bad" From The Original

A Bicultural Viewer's Guide

*/ In the current issue of the magazine, Laura Bennett wrote about the making of "Metástasis," the Spanish-language adaptation of "Breaking Bad" that will air later this year on networks across Latin America, as well as on Univision's UniMás in the States.

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Jay Leno told Jimmy Fallon to make his monologue longer. Jimmy would be a fool to listen.

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