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shots fired

Fox’s Ambitious “Shots Fired” Is Nuanced, Complex — and Compelling

About as current and topical as you can get, “Shots Fired” is a powerful 10-part miniseries that takes on police shootings, political corruption, racism and small-town religion.

better call saul

“Better Call Saul” Knows How to Keep “Breaking Bad” Fans Happy

Thanks to an interesting backstory and carryover cast/crew, this AMC prequel is must-see TV.

FX’s “The Americans” Gets More and More Timely

This acclaimed drama about Russian spies just wrapped up its fifth season, but it’s never been more relevant.

laugh therapy

When You Need to Laugh, These Series Deliver

If the news is making you tense, you can release a few endorphins by watching new shows like “Animals,” “Lovesick” and “Chewing Gum.”

the leftovers

5 Reasons to Catch Up With “The Leftovers” Before Sudden Departure

It’s the third and final season for HBO’s weirdly wonderful dystopian series. Binge away!