<p>The Walking Dead</p>

The Walking Dead

Credit: AMC

Review: 'The Walking Dead' - 'Now': ...and I feel fine?

Close quarters and recent tragedies raise tensions behind Alexandria's walls

A review of tonight's "The Walking Dead" coming up just as soon as I go back to my apartment to read "War and Peace"...

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<p>The Leftovers</p>

The Leftovers

Credit: HBO

Review: On 'The Leftovers,' is anyone to blame for their loved ones' departures?

Regina King and Carrie Coon shine in an episode focusing on Erika and Nora

A review of tonight's "The Leftovers" coming up just as soon as I ask you something stupid...

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<p>Brooklyn 99</p>

Brooklyn 99

Credit: FOX

Review: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' - 'Into the Woods': I fell into the pit!

Terry goes camping, Rosa and Holt embrace their feelings, and Gina helps Amy pitch a product

A review of tonight's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" coming up just as soon as I turn this debacle into a straight up bacle...

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<p>Master of None</p>

Master of None

Credit: Netflix

Reviewing every episode of Aziz Ansari's 'Master of None' season 1

Drilling down into each installment of Ansari's terrific new Netflix comedy

I posted my review of Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" last week. Netflix's binge-release business model makes episodic reviews impractical (I've tried a hybrid model with "Orange Is the New Black" the last few seasons, with very mixed success), so I thought I would try something different. You already know my overall thoughts from the prior piece, so I'm going to offer up quick thoughts on each individual episode (with spoilers for all), coming up just as soon as I begin the night with an aggressive Cartman impression...

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<p>Ask Alan</p>

Ask Alan

Credit: Paramount

Ask Alan: Who are the best 'Star Trek' actors ever?

What does CBS' digital deal for a new series mean? And which network has the best shows now?

Earlier this week, CBS announced a new "Star Trek" series will be debuting in 2017, but after the pilot will be available only on the CBS All Access digital subscription service. Unsurprisingly, I got a lot of questions about both the deal and "Trek" in general, which inspired a largely "Star Trek"-themed installment of Ask Alan.

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Credit: CBS

Review: CBS' 'Mom' still neatly balancing comedy and drama in season 3

Allison Janney and Anna Farris welcome Ellen Burstyn to the family in tonight's premiere

One unexpected side effect of Peak TV in America has been the way lines between categories of TV shows have blurred to the point of being non-existent. Is "Orange Is the New Black" a comedy or a drama? What should we call "Transparent"? Is "Fargo" a series of miniseries, or not, because some characters recur in each season?

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<p>You&#39;re the Worst</p>

You're the Worst

Credit: FXX

Review: 'You're the Worst' - 'LCD Soundsystem': Meet the neighbors

Gretchen becomes obsessed with the cool couple down the street

A review of tonight's "You're the Worst" coming up just as soon as I flash Gnarls Barkley after that Fiona Apple show...

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<p>The Grinder</p>

The Grinder

Credit: FOX

Morning TV Round-Up: 'Flash,' 'Grinder,' 'Fresh Off the Boat,' 'SHIELD' & 'iZombie'

Lots to talk about from Tuesday night comedies and dramas

Time for another round-up of a bunch of shows I watched last night, with quick reviews and spoilers for, in order, "The Flash," "The Grinder," "Fresh Off the Boat," "Agents of SHIELD" and "iZombie" coming up just as soon as touching the tortoise would render it infertile...

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<p>Jon Stewart</p>

Jon Stewart

Credit: Comedy Central

Jon Stewart heads to HBO with four-year production deal

A couple of years ago, it seemed like John Oliver was a shoo-in to succeed Jon Stewart as host of "The Daily Show." Instead, Oliver went to HBO, and now Stewart has followed, signing an exclusive four-year production deal with the pay cable giant.

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<p>Noel Wells and Aziz Ansari in Master of None</p>

Noel Wells and Aziz Ansari in Master of None

Credit: Netflix

Review: Aziz Ansari's 'Master of None' is TV's next great comedy

Half romantic comedy, half exploration of the world around him, and all smart

In Aziz Ansari's new Netflix comedy "Master of None," the "Parks and Recreation" alum plays an actor named Dev, his real parents play Dev's parents, there's a running subplot where he takes a supporting role in a "black virus movie" called "The Sickening," and there are cameo opportunities for everyone from Claire Danes to Busta Rhymes.

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