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Welcome to Dan Harmon's return

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Doesn't Sarah Palin have better things to do? Actually, don't answer that.

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Highlights from an eventful year in television.

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Netflix's War on Mass Culture

Binge-viewing was just the beginning. Netflix has a plan to rewire our entire culture

Binge viewing was just the beginning. What you need to know to understand life after the end of mass culture.

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This piece originally appeared on newstatesman.com. Under conditions of war, a British prime minister learns that a heavily armed warship belonging to the hostile power has been detected.

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America's least-favorite city is television's favorite backdrop.

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Homeland's plot may have jumped the shark this season. But its portrayal of Washington jumped the shark a long time ago.

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The show gets the twisted, paranoid spirit of Washington right, even if it exaggerates the details.

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In the our upcoming cover story, writer T.A. Frank takes a look at the new epidemic of television shows set in our nation's capital—"Homeland," "House of Cards," "Scandal," "The Americans," and "Veep"—to see what they say about power in today's Washington. Read the story online next week.    Photo illustration by Gluekit.

Colbert and Stewart have had a week-long field day with Rob Ford drug humor, running segments called “Cracked” (“intrepid intoxicant aficionado Rob Ford”), “Canadian Enablers” (“I heard that Mayor Ford’s approval ratings went up after he said he smoked crack. You know what that makes you as a city?

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