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This time, Count Olaf isn't messing around.

Netflix’s 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' is a lucky find

January 11th, 2017

This time, Count Olaf isn't messing around.

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    Although his election as Pope was meant as a compromise, Lenny turns out to be the opposite of a peacemaker.

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    The new FX show captures the grime and corruption of London in 1814 and there are some entertaining supporting performances.

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    Why not begin 2017 by clearing out your bandwidth, literally and figuratively?

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    Kaitlin Olson's new comedy traffics in unlikeable characters and gross-out gags.

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    Soviet operatives, Brooklyn hipsters, female inmates and more continued to rule the boob tube in 2016.

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    Nine years have passed since the beloved mother-daughter dramedy limped through a lackluster seventh season.

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    Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery stars as a small-time thief and grifter.

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    The Amazon TV show's Pfefferman family fits well among a generation of despicable TV casts.

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    Meet a suburban couple with a nice house, two kids and money to waste on destroying each other.

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    J.J. Abrams and crew have come up with a somber, thoughtful and sometimes pretentious meditation on the nature of consciousness, along with Wild West gunfights.

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    The legendary director's new Amazon project is a television series by only the loosest possible definition.

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    Mac is back—now with more violence and sex appeal, fitting in well with CBS' low-ambition crime dramas.

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    The incongruity of seeing a foul-mouthed He-Man among the live-action Southern California suburbs is the only joke this TV show has to offer.

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    It’s a Kingian/Spielbergian fantasia on ’80s themes: small towns and big imaginations, unexplained phenomena in broken homes, how those nerds on the banana-seat bikes are ...

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    It doesn’t offer much of a twist on the familiar high-school setting, or even on the idea that teachers and administrators are despicable.

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    The Showtime dramedy comes from Almost Famous writer-director Cameron Crowe.

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    It's a sort of half-parody, although Franco and his collaborators have trouble balancing the humor with a level of seriousness.

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    It’s rarely obvious or predictable, and that’s more than can be said for most shows on CBS.

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