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  1. Will Rusty Ever Be Safe on TNT’s “Major Crimes”?

    Valerie David


    When “Major Crimes” serial killer Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke) got his lawyer friend to put a can of compressed air in front of him, we knew escape was imminent. Just…

  2. Less People Cheering for “Glee” Encore

    Lana Bandoim


    The shine is starting to wear off on the piano, and “Glee” is starting to get desperate for ratings in its final season on FOX. From awful hoaxes to recycled…

  3. Do Musicals Belong on TV?

    Valerie David


    Many thought the critical and fan acclaim for 2001’s “Moulin Rouge” meant a musical revival was imminent. It wasn’t. Modern audiences have a limited appetite for the genre, making it…

  4. What Travel Channel’s “Metropolis” Taught Me About My Favorite City

    Elle Lamboy" class="author">Elle Lamboy


    New York City is my absolute favorite metropolis in the world. However, I only get there about once a year and, when I do, my schedule is packed with show…

  5. Is Paige Really Necessary to the “Scorpion” Team?

    Valerie David


    The team of geniuses on “Scorpion” wanted to know very early on what Paige (Katharine McPhee) the waitress contributed to their cause. This was a good question then, and despite…

  6. TNT Delivers Librarians Who Are Cool, Sexy, and Ready to Kick Ass

    Rebecca Edwards


    It was probably one of the most unlikely pitches ever – making a group of bookish brainiacs the stars of a primetime action/adventure show that promises danger, secrets, and plenty…

  7. “Galavant” Brings Musical Comedy to ABC: Will It Survive?

    Lana Bandoim


    “Galavant” combines musical comedy with a medieval setting on ABC. It has clever music and fun storylines, but the limited budget is felt in every scene. Musical comedies don’t last…

  8. Golden Globes Hands Traditional Networks a Pink Slip

    Rebecca Edwards


    Thanks to the Golden Globes, it seems the big four networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX) have been put on notice. Not one shiny statue went to the veteran networks…

  9. 4 Reasons Bravo’s “Girlfriends Guide to Divorce” Is a Lot Better than Its Name

    Rebecca Edwards


    Navigating the terrain of uncoupling, regrouping, and slipping slowly into the madness that is divorce isn’t new territory for television. But Bravo’s first scripted series, “Girlfriends Guide to Divorce,” shines…

  10. In Defense of USA Network’s “Benched”

    Valerie David


    USA Network’s new sitcom, “Benched,” stars Eliza Coupe as Nina, a corporate lawyer who falls dramatically from the pinnacles of success to the demeaning lows of public defense. The series…