<p>Veep</p>

Veep

Credit: HBO

Review: 'Veep' - 'Testimony': Deposition day

Selina and her staff are called to account for their many screw-ups in a delightful format-breaker

A quick review of last night's "Veep" coming up just as soon as I put on a very uncharacteristic dress so you won't think I'm shrill...

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<p>Game of Thrones</p>

Game of Thrones

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Did 'Game of Thrones' go too far with its fire this week, or not far enough?

Stannis makes an unthinkable decision, Arya follows an old enemy, and Dany reunites with old friends

A review of tonight's "Game of Thrones" coming up just as soon as I put my money on the smaller man...

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<p>Chicago Med and Heartbreaker</p>

Chicago Med and Heartbreaker

Credit: NBC

NBC delays 'Heartbreaker' to midseason, moves up 'Chicago Med' premiere

Of all the new series previewed at the broadcast network upfronts last month, none inspired quite as much mocking as the trailer for "Heartbreaker," an NBC medical drama starring Melissa George as a surgeon who — stop me if you've heard this before — can heal other people's hearts but can't mend her own.

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Ask Alan, Episode 9: Uncanceled series, Wynn Duffy vs. Peggy Olson & more

Ask Alan, Episode 9: Uncanceled series, Wynn Duffy vs. Peggy Olson & more

Was Don Draper meant to be hugging Matt Weiner in the 'Mad Men' finale?

Happy Friday, everyone! Time for another installment of Ask Alan, where I take your questions about TV, and try not to ramble too much in response.

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<p>Hannibal</p>

Hannibal

Credit: NBC

Season premiere review: 'Hannibal' - 'Antipasto': European vacation

Hannibal and Dr. Du Maurier settle down in Italy as season 3 begins

"Hannibal" is back for its third season, and as usual, I plan to review every episode of this disgusting, beautiful, great show. I published some overall thoughts on the series at this point yesterday, and I have a review of the premiere coming up just as soon as I try not to eat anything with a central nervous system...

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<p>Empire</p>

Empire

Credit: FOX

'Empire' & 'Transparent' lead 2015 Television Critics Association Awards nominees

Will 'Mad Men' go out on top? How should 'The Jinx' have been categorized?

"Empire" and "Transparent" were the big winners when the 2015 Television Criticis Association Awards nominees were announced, but will either newbie be able to knock off more well-established shows like "Mad Men" and "Big Bang Theory"?

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<p>Sense8</p>

Sense8

Credit: Netflix

Review: Netflix's 'Sense8' makes no sense at first, but will it by binge's end?

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The Wachowskis and 'Babylon 5' creator J. Michael Straczynski team up for a globe-spanning... something

"Sense8" is a show that could only exist on Netflix (or another streaming service like it), because no human would have the patience to watch it weekly.

But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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<p>Community</p>

Community

Credit: Yahoo

Will 'Community' get a movie? A seventh season? Both? Neither?

Where do things stand a few days after what felt like the series finale?

Six seasons and a movie?

Six seasons, a movie, and then a seventh season?

Six seasons and goodbye?

Where exactly do things stand with "Community"?

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<p>Hannibal</p>

Hannibal

Credit: NBC

Review: 'Hannibal' has plenty of nightmare fuel ready for season 3

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Dr. Lecter goes to Europe, with Dr. Dana Scully in tow

The visual language of "Hannibal" has grown increasingly more abstract and dreamlike as the series has gone on. As the show and its central characters get ever closer to the iconic serial killer, the less their realities seem to be governed by basic laws of either narrative logic or physics. When you are in with Hannibal Lecter, you are in a waking nightmare, where everything seems like it should exist only in the darkest corners of imagination, but is instead somehow horrifyingly real.

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<p>Stephen Colbert</p>

Stephen Colbert

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Stephen Colbert bids goodbye to the Colbeard as he preps for 'Late Show'

There's no question that Stephen Colbert is qualified to succeed David Letterman as host of "Late Show." The big question has been whether abandoning the format of "The Colbert Report," as well as the character of "Stephen Colbert," would take away too much of what made Colbert such a special part of the late night galaxy, and turn him into just another guy interviewing celebrities.

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