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  1. Review: New CBS drama 'Stalker' is terrible, exploitative

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    Stalker is the kind of insipid show in which Dylan McDermott's homicide detective Jack Larsen not so ironically says things like, "Why do you wear sexy things if you don't want men to notice?" to his female partner.

    Dylan McDermott, who plays a weasly detective, and Maggie Q, who seriously deserves better material.
  2. Top TV week of Sept. 29: 'Mulaney,' 'A to Z', 'Gracepoint'

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    SEASON PREMIERE Mom, 8:30 p.m., CBS

    Martin Short and John Mulaney in Fox’s “Mulaney.”
  3. 'Gilmore Girls': Top quotes from the show

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    Just about any time you started to think the Gilmore girls were just like you (hey, they binge-watch in their jammies, too!), they whipped out coffee-fueled, pop culture-loaded zingers that made you realize they were way too savvy to be like you. "Life's short; talk fast" was their mantra on a show so chock-full of good …

    Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) is the queen of great 'Gilmore' quotes.
  4. Top 10 'Gilmore Girls' episodes

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    If you don't have a hundred hours to spend bingeing the entirety of Gilmore Girls (but you should anyway) when the series becomes available to stream on Netflix Oct. 1, here are 10 standout episodes to put on your list. Jess and Rory.

  5. 'Gilmore Girls' is coming to Netflix: Here's why you should binge

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    For a rundown of our top 10 Gilmore Girls episodes, click here.  And click here for our …

    Pictured (left to right): Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore, Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore
  6. Little-known TV channels score big shows, actors

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    A period piece starring Daniel Radcliffe as a doctor during the Russian Revolution. A multimillion-dollar fantasy epic adapted from a popular book series. An artists' collaboration led by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. A Steven Soderbergh medical drama with Clive Owen. ¶ If these sound like the lineup of a blockbuster movie …

    Jon Hamm, left, and Daniel Radcliffe star in A Young Doctor’s Notebook, a dark comedy about a Russian doctor in the early 1900s. It airs on the Ovation channel.
  7. Review: ABC's new sitcom 'black-ish' makes it point with plenty of laughs

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    ABC is leading the way this season for diversity on network shows, with one new drama (How to Get Away with Murder) built around a black woman, and two new comedies airing later in the year about a Mexican woman (Cristela) and an Asian family (Fresh off the Boat).

    ABC’s new family comedy, black-ish.
  8. Review: 'How to Get Away with Murder' isn't as strong as its star Viola Davis

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    Let's get something straight: ABC's new show How to Get Away with Murder was not created or written by Shonda Rhimes, the mighty showrunner of huge network hits like Grey's Anatomy (now heading into its 11th season) and super buzzy Scandal.

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  9. Top TV week of Sept. 22: 'How to Get Away with Murder,' 'Gotham,' 'black-ish,' 'Big Bang Theory'

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    SEASON PREMIERE The Big Bang Theory, 8 p.m., CBS

    Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz in "Gotham" on Fox.
  10. Why you must catch up on 'Masters of Sex' and 'You're the Worst'

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    Two of the best shows on TV are also two of the most sexually explicit. Got your attention? Good, because Showtime's Masters of Sex and FX's You're the Worst deserve every bit of it.

    Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen.