What won me over to "Trophy Wife" was the sense that the writers not only have specific ideas about who the characters are, but also have a great deal of affection for every member of this ad-hoc family.
40-year-old Martin W. Lipurecki was found beaten to death and buried shortly after expressing his complete indifference to the upcoming finale of the TV series Breaking Bad.
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Named one of the best dramas of the season while simultaneously chided for its serial storyline, CBS' "Hostages" promises a show packed with suspenseful cliffhangers and a slow unveiling of the facts.
"Hostages" unfolds with the crisp efficiency of a humorless event planner checking tasks off a list; the similarly decent "Blacklist" at least features the hambone performance of James Spader.
We open with Melissa and Joe in the bathroom, which is a fitting setting for all the sh-- they're talking. They've got a really bad taste in their mouths -- and this time, it's actually not from the self-tanner they ingest.
The man loved his family, and still does, but were they ever more important to him than trying to be top dog? No.
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Time and again, the damaged pride and vanity of the male characters cause them to act without logic and -- at their most destructive -- extreme violence.
The vigorous and insistent desire to interpret Walt's actions in positive ways (and Skyler's in negative ways) is providing us with a useful X-ray of our minds and hearts and souls
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has a genial, pleasing loopiness and very solid work from an intelligently assembled cast.
"Sleepy Hollow" achieves its modest goals without leaning too far into pompousness or slicing off too much ham.