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  • Whedon, Marvel deliver knockout punch

    I still haven’t finished watching the interesting, if a bit obtuse, “Dollhouse” and Fox’s fumbling sealed the fate of the Sci-Fi-western hybrid ...

  • 'Sleepy Hollow' is a snore fest

    But for that to happen, the writers would have to sell me a compelling reason why Ichabod Crane and The Headless Horseman have been transported ...

  • Send in the clones

    I wrote that when I reviewed the first handful of episodes of the Canadian-American co-production when it aired on Space in the spring. After far ...

  • Losing patience with Peter Pan comedies

    In Canada, CityTV is carrying both comedies “Dads” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and Global airs the drama “Sleepy Hollow.”Dramas often take a few ...

  • The autumn cleanup

    For the first time in a couple of years, this fall will see a new Canadian made comedy — CityTV’s “Packaged Deal” — and a new Canadian drama in ...

  • Too often doomed to repeat herself

    Maybe it’s because I am not in the target demographic, but I’m having trouble getting into the CBC dramedy “Being Erica” despite several ...

  • Growing a business and dealing with grief

    The wet weather this week meant some guilt-free time to curl up with a good show and, after finally finishing Season 1 of “Orange Is The ...

  • ‘Luther’ is big-budget British crime drama

    After spending most of my waking hours in recent weeks waiting for the next “Broadchurch” episodes to air — only two left — I’ve tried to sate my ...

  • The methodical elimination of suspects

    An 11-year-old boy stands on the precipice of the Dorset coast in England. It’s late at night and the waves pound the beach below. A drop of ...

  • ‘Orange Is The New Black’ is not the new ‘Oz’

    If you haven’t checked out the new Netflix original dramedy “Orange Is The New Black,” you’ve been missing out.Based on the memoir by Piper ...