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<p>The Flash</p>

The Flash

Credit: CW

Review: 'The Flash' - 'Rogue Air': Prison break

Captain Cold, Arrow and Firestorm all show up to help Barry fight Thawne

A quick review of last night's "The Flash" coming up just as soon as I bring my orange soda...

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<p>Agents of SHIELD</p>

Agents of SHIELD

Credit: ABC

Season finale review: 'Marvel's Agents of SHIELD' - 'SOS': Every rose has its thorn

It's war between SHIELD and the Inhumans as season 2 comes to an end

A review of tonight's season finale of "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" coming up just as soon as I'm an excellent Shanghai rummy partner...

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<p>Wicked City</p>

Wicked City

Credit: ABC

With ‘Agent Carter,’ ‘Wicked City’ & more, ABC wants viewers to mind the gap

Timeslot sharing becomes more and more common as audiences lose patience with repeats

Different network executives have different buzzwords or phrases they like to lean on at upfront time. When Les Moonves was more day-to-day with CBS primetime, for instance, he loved to pepper his remarks to the press and advertisers with "make no mistake" and "clearly." For the last few years, ABC's Paul Lee has gone strong with "delicious" to describe anything he likes. But the Word of the Day for Lee's press call to discuss next season's schedule (Fienberg has all the details here) was "gap," as Lee talked about all the timeslots that will be shared next season, as one show fills the gap while another takes a break at mid-season.

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<p>Community</p>

Community

Credit: Yahoo

Review: 'Community' - 'Basic RV Repair and Palmistry': Flashback fever

Elroy's trailer breaks down, and Abed becomes obsessed with flashbacks

A quick review of this week's "Community" coming up just as soon as I wonder what's wrong with me if that's hot...

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<p>Mad Men</p>

Mad Men

Credit: AMC

Cigarettes, lawnmowers, LSD and more: Our favorite 'Mad Men' episodes

Picking the best of the best from an all-time great drama

There are some dramas from this new Golden Age of Television that don't particularly lend themselves to the Best Episodes treatment. I mean, you could probably pick a few episodes of "The Wire" (usually ones where beloved characters die) as stand-outs, but the more intensely serialized shows of this era often have episodes that feel more like parts of a whole than like things that should be judged on their own.

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<p>Mad Men</p>

Mad Men

Credit: AMC

Review: 'Mad Men' - 'The Milk and Honey Route': For old times' sake

Don continues his travels, Betty gets some bad news, and Pete gets an offer

A review of last night's "Mad Men" coming up just as soon as I'm the quick brown fox...

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Jon Snow in "Kill the Boy"
Credit: courtesy of HBO

Review: 'Game of Thrones' - 'Kill the Boy': Grown Ups

Across Westeros, people were trying to rise to the occasion this week.

Alan is on vacation this week. In his absence, Hitfix Editor-in-Chief Richard Rushfield is stepping in to guest recap “Game of Thrones.”

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<p>Mad Men</p>

Mad Men

Credit: AMC

Talkback: 'Mad Men' - 'The Milk and Honey Route'

What did everybody think of the series' penultimate episode?

As mentioned earlier in the week, I should be traveling home from my vacation at the time you read this, which means I haven't yet seen tonight's "Mad Men." I hope to write a review at some point tomorrow in the late morning or early afternoon, but in the meantime, I wanted to offer up this place for you guys to discuss it.

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Ask Alan, Episode 7: Binge-scheduling 'Aquarius' & potential summer catch-ups

Ask Alan, Episode 7: Binge-scheduling 'Aquarius' & potential summer catch-ups

Will NBC's plan for the David Duchovny drama mean the end of traditional scheduling?

It's much later than planned — though at least in time for me to finally get the ol' "Veronica Mars" poster hung up in my new office space — but it's time for another installment of Ask Alan. The hope — and we mean it this time — is to get these videos back on a bi-weekly schedule.

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<p>Scott Glenn as Stick in Daredevil</p>

Scott Glenn as Stick in Daredevil

Credit: Netflix

Scott Glenn on 'Daredevil': 'I live, for an old man, a pretty adolescent life'

How 'The Leftovers' finally put the veteran character actor on TV

Scott Glenn has spent 35-plus years playing the toughest of tough men. Since his breakthrough performance as John Travolta's rival in "Urban Cowboy," he's played astronauts ("The Right Stuff"), cowboys ("Silverado"), vengeful bodyguards (the original "Man on Fire"), submarine commanders ("The Hunt For Red October") and FBI agents ("The Silence of the Lambs"), among other jobs, always looking lean, weathered, and alert of everything around him.

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