<p>Sgt. Brody (Damian Lewis)&nbsp;on &quot;Homeland.&quot;</p>

Sgt. Brody (Damian Lewis) on "Homeland."

Credit: Showtime

'Homeland' - 'The Good Soldier': Hello, Larry

Carrie tries to use a polygraph expert to trap Brody

A review of tonight's "Homeland" coming up just as soon as I'm a victim of your fabulousness...

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<p>Anson Mount and Common in &quot;Hell on Wheels.&quot;</p>

Anson Mount and Common in "Hell on Wheels."

Credit: AMC

'Hell on Wheels' - 'Pilot': An elephant never forgets

What did everybody think of AMC's new Western?

I posted my review of "Hell on Wheelsearlier in the week. Now it's your turn. Did you enjoy this show's take on the familiar Western genre? Did you buy Anson Mount as a grizzled gunslinger? Common as a tough ex-slave? Colm Meaney as a charismatic businessman who gives monologues to thin air? If you were a "Deadwood" fan, was it hard to avoid the similarities? Most importantly, will you keep watching?

As I said at the end of my review, I didn't especially like the show, but it's acceptable enough in a genre I enjoy that I imagine I'll at least be sticking with it through the end of the season. And as a result, I may wind up doing regular posts - about as long as this one, if not shorter - to see if other people want to keep talking about it. We'll play it by ear, and if the interest just isn't there, I'll either stop or start bundling it up into one of the semi-regular round-up features.

Have at it.

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<p>Daryl (Norman Reedus)&nbsp;goes hunting on &quot;The Walking Dead.&quot;</p>

Daryl (Norman Reedus) goes hunting on "The Walking Dead."

Credit: AMC

'The Walking Dead' - 'Cherokee Rose': Throw the zombie down the well

The action slows down for a more character-driven episode

A review of tonight's "The Walking Dead" coming up just as soon as I bet on the snowball...

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<p>Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) has a family reunion on &quot;Boardwalk Empire.&quot;</p>

Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) has a family reunion on "Boardwalk Empire."

Credit: HBO

'Boardwalk Empire' - 'Peg of Old': She is the one who knocks

Van Alden has baby mama drama, while Margaret has a family dinner

A review of tonight's "Boardwalk Empire" coming up just as soon as I send you a book with a horse in it...

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<p>Rachel Weisz and Bill Nighy in &quot;Page Eight.&quot;</p>

Rachel Weisz and Bill Nighy in "Page Eight."

Credit: PBS

Review: All-star cast shines in 'Masterpiece' film 'Page Eight'

Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz, Michael Gambon and Ralph Fiennes headline espionage drama

Johnny Worricker, the hero of the new "Masterpiece Contemporary" film "Page Eight" (Sunday at 9 on PBS), is in British intelligence, but not in the James Bond sense. He may occasionally don a tuxedo for professional reasons, and he's irresistible to a certain kind of woman (the lonely kind, mostly), but his job is to sit at a desk, study the reports that come across it, and figure out what they mean.

And it's a specific piece of paper that gives "Page Eight" both its title and its central conflict. Johnny has been in the game a long time, as has his boss and best friend Benedict, and while those years add wisdom, they can also create ennui. So it takes Johnny quite a while to notice there's something very wrong on page eight of his latest report, and even longer to realize what that means and what he has to do about it.

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<p>Connie Nielsen in &quot;Boss.&quot;</p>

Connie Nielsen in "Boss."

Credit: Starz

'Boss' - 'Swallow': Old gray mayor

Tom has another message for his doctor, and the gubernatorial race turns ugly

A quick review of tonight's "Boss" coming up just as soon as I compare myself to Hitchcock...

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<p>Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski)&nbsp;goes climbing on &quot;Chuck.&quot;</p>

Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) goes climbing on "Chuck."

Credit: NBC

'Chuck' - 'Chuck vs. the Bearded Bandit': With great power...

Morgan gets cocky, Casey gets a competitor, and Captain Awesome gets a commercial opportunity

A review of tonight's "Chuck" coming up just as soon as I come back from four weeks of snorkling and sexual experimentation in Hawaii…

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<p>Won't bow, don't know how:&nbsp;&quot;Treme&quot;&nbsp;could end after four seasons, or possibly after the upcoming third.</p>

Won't bow, don't know how: "Treme" could end after four seasons, or possibly after the upcoming third.

Credit: HBO

'Treme' co-creator David Simon clarifies show's future

Writer would like New Orleans drama to end after four seasons, but the choice is up to HBO

Ever since the "Lost" producers cut a deal with ABC to conclude the series after six seasons, it's become fashionable for people to say Show X or Y would be wise to set an end date, even though most of the TV business works under the assumption that the longer a show lasts, the better it is financially, if not creatively. HBO doesn't operate according to those rules, and even within HBO, David Simon marches to his own drummer, which is why he's begun suggesting that "Treme" should probably end after four seasons - even though at the moment the show is only guaranteed three.

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<p>Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza in &quot;Parks and Recreation.&quot;</p>

Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza in "Parks and Recreation."

Credit: NBC

'Parks and Recreation' - 'End of the World': Lenny Bruce is not afraid

A doomsday cult gives everyone an excuse to re-examine their lives in a romantic and funny episode

A review of last night's "Parks and Recreation" coming up just as soon as I remake the movie "Kazaam" with Shaquille O'Neal and get it right...

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<p>Larry Cedar and Chevy Chase on &quot;Community.&quot;</p>
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Larry Cedar and Chevy Chase on "Community."

Credit: NBC

'Community' - 'Advanced Gay': Edible complex

Pierce and Jeff battle daddy issues, while Vice Dean Laybourne makes Troy an offer

A review of last night's "Community" coming up just as soon as there's an astronaut in the corner making paninis...

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