Will Travers (James Badge Dale) is a brilliant intelligence analyst with a tragic past — who can quickly spot patterns emerging in seemingly random things. AMC hide caption

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'Rubicon': Smart Spies Who Connect The Dots

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Jon Hamm returns to the screen as Don Draper, the 1960s ad man at the center of Mad Men. AMC hide caption

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The Only Summer-TV Guide You'll Ever Need

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Over four months, ABC News followed doctors, nurse and patients at three hospitals in Boston. ABC hide caption

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Real Life Documentaries Trump Reality TV Every Day

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Fangtastic Voyage: The cast of True Blood lounges in the bayou of Louisiana, where the show is set. The vampire soap's third season begins Sunday. HBO hide caption

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Sinking Our Teeth Into Season Three Of 'True Blood'

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The Lost cast — including Josh Holloway, Evangeline Lilly and Jorge Garcia — put the capstone on a six-year story arc with a 2 1/2-hour finale that critic David Bianculli found satisfying on more than one level. ABC hide caption

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In 'Lost' Finale, A Graceful Farewell

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Tom Lehrer: '60s Satirist Still Strikes A Chord

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'Treme': A Haunting Snapshot Of Life After Katrina

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This short-horned chameleon in Madagascar stars in "Reptiles & Amphibians," one of the 11 segments of the Discovery Channel natural history series Life. It premieres simultaneously on TLC, Animal Planet, Science Channel, Investigation Discovery, Planet Green and Discovery Health Channel at 8 p.m. EDT on Sunday, March 21. Inaki Relanzon/naturepl.com/Discovery Channel/BBC hide caption

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'Life' (And Other Good Things) Premiering On TV

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Timothy Olyphant plays a U.S. marshal who gets transferred back to his Kentucky hometown after outdrawing and killing a bad guy in Miami. FX/Sony hide caption

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A 'Justified' Outing For A Loose-Cannon Lawman

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Eight months after Pearl Harbor, the 1st Marine Division landed on Guadalcanal. Actors Tom Budge, James Badge Dale and Joshua Helman portray World War II marines Ronnie Gibson, Robert Leckie and Lew 'Chuckler' Juergens in the HBO miniseries The Pacific. Andrew Cooper/HBO hide caption

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Hanks, Spielberg Strike Out For 'The Pacific'

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On the season premiere of Lost, the aftermath from Juliet's detonation of that hydrogen bomb is revealed. Mario Perez/ABC hide caption

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Watching 'Lost' Later Spoils Some Of The Fun

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The Return Of 'Damages,' And Other Good TV News

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Classic TV on DVD Makes A Personalized Holiday Gift

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Larry David's Dysfunctional Family Reunion

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With Its Limp Remake, AMC Breaks 'The Prisoner'

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