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The World According to Dick Cheney

The World According to Dick Cheney

By Alicia M. Cohn
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Television | The World According to Dick Cheney is not an examination of a polarizing former vice president. It is a history lesson molded by the perspective of the man…

Riveting raiders

Riveting raiders

By Megan Basham
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Television | With less objectionable content, The Vikings could pillage even more viewers from the networks

Ultimate reality

By Emily Belz
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Television | Survivor producer tackles a miniseries covering Genesis to Revelation

The Americans

The Americans

By Stephanie Perrault
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Television | If I was flipping channels and stumbled on the premier of FX’s new television show The Americans , I would have stopped watching it within the first three…

Nashville

By Emily Whitten
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Television | Now in its second season, ABC’s romantic comedy Nashville (Wednesdays, 10 p.m. Eastern) may not be burning up the charts, but it is turning heads. In many ways…

Winning hand

By Megan Basham
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Television | CBS hits the jackpot with its new drama about the early days of Vegas

Surrender the Secret

Surrender the Secret

By Emily Whitten
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Television | Vanessa, a wife and mother of four, seems guarded and nervous as she sits in the driver’s seat, her eyes focused ahead as she merges into traffic. The…

Witness

Witness

By Megan Basham
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Television | Over the last decade, television audiences have grown used to cable channels using their original programming to showcase ever-more explicit levels of sex,

Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife

By Emily Whitten
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Television | U.S. viewers who love Downton Abbey might be surprised to learn that another BBC series, Call the Midwife , eclipsed it last spring in the U.K. and is now on PBS.

Elementary

Elementary

By Emily Whitten
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Television | Keen powers of deduction, razor-sharp wit, and fine British sensibilities—just a few reasons Sherlock Holmes became a household name, and why CBS hopes its…

Power hungry

By Megan Basham
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Television | If Revolution goes for fewer flashy fights and more character development, it may become a hit

American Bible Challenge

By Megan Basham
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Television | New Jeff Foxworthy show is as much fun as 5th Grader , and perhaps more so for Christian viewers

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