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'Arrow' delivers game-changing finale

CW

BY KIM BATCHELOR

The question of identity has been prominent throughout this show.

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'Scandal' can't escape the prison of its plot

ABC

BY CHLOE GILKE

I am Olivia Pope, and I decide who wins.

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Compassion at the core of 'Jane the Virgin's' inaugural season

CW

BY ALEX INTNER

Over the course of its first season, the show embraced its silliness and became a fun telenovela-comedy with a genuine heart at its center.

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'Gotham' falls short in character development

FOX

BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS

If there is one thing “Gotham” isn't, it is subtle

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'Grace and Frankie' examines vulnerability behind the veneer

Netflix

BY CHLOE GILKE

“Grace and Frankie” is prime binge-watching material, its flaws blending to an enjoyable vanilla if you don’t think too hard about the inconsistencies in a single episode.

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'Penny Dreadful' driven by compelling characters

Showtime Inc.

BY KIM BATCHELOR

In the season two premiere of “Penny Dreadful,” “Fresh Hell,” begins with no holds barred.

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'Montage of Heck' portrays candid Cobain

HBO

BY BRIAN BURLAGE

Director Brett Morgen’s “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck” does wonders to discredit and dispel all the theories, tales and lies surrounding Kurt Cobain’s death (and life).

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