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"American Hustle" trailer is promising

Method Christian Bale, a perm for Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence with an accent.

What more could moviegoers want from a movie?

Parks and Rec: Gin it up!

Everything is better with Tatiana Maslany.

The breakout star of this spring, with her amazing performance on Orphan Black, was kind enough to elevate the latest episode of Parks and Recreations.

Walking Dead: Do you need a hand?

Editor's Note:The following post contains possible spoiler information about the upcoming season of The Walking Dead. Stop reading if you don't want to know what might happen.

New Girl: "The Box" recap

The latest episode of New Girl put a slight twist on the things couples fight about.

It's not money that can cause a screaming match, but a paper bag of money left by a dead father.

Restarting the zombie accident calendar

Haunted by the death of his brother, a natural tracker and armed with a crossbow, Daryl Dixon is the last detective on Earth.

Mom follows winning formula

"What I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career."

That is an excerpt from Liam Neeson's memorable speech in the movie "Taken," but it also applies to veteran television showrunner Chuck Lorre, who keeps using his particular skills to create sitcom success. His newest show, "Mom," continues to highlight the winning Lorre formula.

Fool me twice "Upon a Time," shame on me

If you've got it, use it.

That appears to be the reasoning behind ABC's creation of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, a Thursday night fantasy drama that is a spin-off of Once Upon a Time

Parallel Parks and Recreation

Thursday night's "Doppelgangers" episode of Parks and Recreations may have actually provided viewers of a small glimpse of the show's future.

Top Chef: Drunk Chicken Gumbo

Top Chef got this season's required Hurricane Katrina centric episode out of the way on Wednesday night.

Who is New Girl?

New Girl's biggest flaw, it's inability to write the character Winston, has spread to the rest of the show.

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