Capt. Ray Holt (Andre Braugher, right) leads detectives Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) on a police stakeout in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Beth Dubber/Fox hide caption

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TV Trips Into Fall, But These Days Who Knows Where To Look?

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Before the midseason break, Breaking Bad's Walter White (Bryan Cranston) had stashed away plenty of drug money, but may have inadvertently tipped off his DEA agent brother-in-law. Ursula Coyote/AMC hide caption

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A 'Curb'-Like Comedy And The Return Of 'Breaking Bad'

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China Beach did for Vietnam what M.A.S.H. had done for the Korean War. Left to right: Robert Picardo, Concetta Tomei, Nancy Giles, Jeff Kober, Marg Helgenberger, Brian Wimmer, Dana Delany, Michael Boatman, Ricki Lake and Ned Vaughn. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. hide caption

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This Summer, Vintage TV Shows Thrive On DVD

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Taylor Schilling and Lin Tucci in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. Jessica Miglio/Netflix hide caption

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Laughs And Drama Behind Bars With 'Orange Is The New Black'

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Back For More: Sorkin's 'Newsroom' Is A Serious Standout

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In the new FX series The Bridge, Diane Kruger stars as a detective investigating a murder along the U.S.-Mexico border. Jordin Althaus/FX Networks hide caption

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'The Bridge:' Mayhem On The Border, With Big Issues At Stake

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Michael C. Hall has played the serial killer Dexter Morgan for eight seasons on Showtime. Showtime hide caption

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It's Showtime For Untested 'Ray Donovan' And Proven 'Dexter'

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Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter reprise their roles as George and Lucille Bluth in Netflix's new fourth season of Mitch Hurwitz's Arrested Development. Netflix hide caption

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New 'Arrested Development' Gags Are Best Served In One Sitting

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Michael Douglas stars as the flamboyant pianist and entertainer Liberace in Steven Soderbergh's new HBO biopic, Behind the Candelabra. Claudette Barius/HBO hide caption

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Douglas, Damon Illuminate HBO's 'Candelabra'

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In the new HBO series Family Tree, Chris O'Dowd (above left, with the series' writer-director-producer Christopher Guest) stars as a guy who has just lost his job and girlfriend and fills the void by looking into his family genealogy. HBO hide caption

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In A Cluster Of New Sitcoms, 'Family Tree' Stands Tall

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Daniel (Aden Young) finds a supporter in the devout Tawney (Adelaide Clemens) — if not among all of his other neighbors — when he's exonerated after spending more than 19 years in prison for a crime he did't commit. Sundance Film Channel hide caption

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'Rectify': An Ex-Con Navigates The World Outside

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A courtroom sketch from the first trial in the Central Park jogger case shows prosecutor Elizabeth Lederer (standing on right), the victim (on the stand) and defendants Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Antron McCray (on left). The high-profile case is the subject of a Ken Burns documentary, The Central Park Five, airing on PBS this month. Daniel J. White/PBS hide caption

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'Central Park Five': Rape, Race And Blame Explored

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We won't give away any of the details about his personal life, but we can say that the two-hour season premiere of Mad Men shows Don Draper (Jon Hamm, right, with John Slattery's Roger Sterling) as his silver tongue fails him. Frank Ockenfels/AMC hide caption

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This Spring, Rejoice At Rebirth Of 'Mad Men'

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Helen Mirren and Al Pacino star in the new HBO film Phil Spector, which was written and directed by David Mamet. Phil Caruso/HBO Films hide caption

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You Can't Trust HBO's 'Phil Spector,' But You Can Enjoy It

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Elisabeth Moss (right) and Thomas Wright star in Jane Campion's new series Top of the Lake. The Sundance Channel hide caption

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Two New TV Dramas Look Below The Surface

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