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'Sherlock' Season Four: The Russian Roulette of Relationships

Sherlock Holmes is tempted, tortured, and tested -- all in the name of love.

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Three Doctors, One Special, and a Big (Blue) Box of Surprises!

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special: The Day of the Doctor leans towards the lighter side of the Whoniverse.

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Doctor Who: The Complete Seventh Series

The clever boy is running... out of ideas.

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Who's Who in 'Doctor Who: Series Seven - Part Two'?

Something old (the Ice Warriors), something new (the Whispermen), something borrowed (several scripts’ plot elements), something blue (fans must wait until November for the series 50th anniversary celebration).

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Brainy is the New Sexy: 'Sherlock Season Two'

Irene Adler aptly deduces that “Brainy is the new sexy.” Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock Holmes and the second season of Sherlock are just that--as well as increasingly popular around the world.

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Doctor Who: A Christmas Surprise

Matt Smith gives us all a Yuletide treat as the 11th Doctor returns for a special that's a little more...well, special than previous seasonal outings.

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'Doctor Who: The Complete Sixth Series': Whoniverse Steered in a New Direction

The Doctor is in—and back for the holidays. Doctor Who: The Complete Sixth Series should keep the whole family intrigued, puzzled, and occasionally scared by more than just the sight of Amy Pond wielding a machine gun.

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Doctor Who: The Complete Specials

This special -- like many that have come before -- suffers from the kind of frequent space-opera endings that have become Russell T. Davies' trade as of late.

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Press Gang: Series 1

Press Gang refused to treat its audience like children.

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Coupling

It's the type of show that makes the laugh track seem creepy.

Mary Colgan

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