When “Homeland” returns Sunday (at 9 p.m. on Showtime), everyone and everything will have been displaced. The CIA is in post-bombing shambles, Carrie and Saul are at odds, and Brody is not even in the first two episodes of the new season.
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“Downton Abbey” returned for its fourth season in the United Kingdom and scored high ratings.
It’s hard to fully process one’s feelings about the end of a television series that’s lasted as long as “Dexter” has. This season started off strong, then took a turn for the worse. Still, I was optimistic that this final hour would be a redemption of sorts, a fitting end to the story of Dexter Morgan and his sister. As the closing scene faded from my television screen, my reaction wasn’t shock or sadness. It was anger.
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This summer’s most perplexing television event was “Under the Dome,” a show that found the right balance between being somewhat intriguing and ridiculously simple.
“American Horror Story: Coven” has had quite a build-up, from every piece of casting news to the collection of wonderfully creepy posters and teasers in anticipation of its October 9 premiere.
Good thing Dexter didn’t book that flight. With nearly everyone else grappling with life-altering changes, Dexter spends much of his time paralyzed, as Harry observes.
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“Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell” returns tonight at 11 p.m. on FXX, FX’s comedy-channel spinoff, and from here on out the show will be on four nights per week instead of one. When the late-night show started last year, it was a little bit spotty, but over the course of the season, the show really found its voice: “The Daily Show” is to media what “Totally Biased” is to race, and the more confidently the show embraced that, the better it got.