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By Kevin McDonough The television year begins in earnest with "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (10 p.m., FX, TV-MA). The story opens with the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace (Edgar Ramirez) outside his … more
By Kevin McDonough Does Coke help sell Pepsi? Netflix and Amazon Prime may be the biggest competitors for the streaming market, but sometimes their programming can overlap and complement each other. Viewers of Netflix's gorgeously produced "The … more
By Kevin McDonough Most local chambers of commerce would love to have a TV series set in their small town. But not with the title "Village of the Damned" (10 p.m., ID, TV-14). This five-part docuseries chronicles a number of tragedies that earned … more
By Kevin McDonough Proof that even the most violent and ridiculous shows are worth thinking about, CBS revives "S.W.A.T." (10 p.m., TV-14). Viewers of a certain age may recall the 1975 original series, produced by Aaron Spelling and featuring a … more
By Kevin McDonough Can a stand-up special be both timeless and timely? Taped in August, "Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady" (9 p.m. Saturday, HBO, TV-MA) does not reflect the ongoing crises in pop culture and comedy in the wake of sordid revelations about … more
By Kevin McDonough Anthology series are back. This year saw several new shows that offered episodes as standalone stories. HBO's "Room 104" and TBS's "The Guest Book" are both set in motels. Amazon's "Lore" adapted a podcast into a television … more
By Kevin McDonough The last weekend of the year is the right time to glance back at the notable television personalities, producers and creators we lost in 2017. The year saw the deaths of stars of iconic series, including Mary Tyler Moore … more
By Kevin McDonough Has America clamored for a new singing competition? Fox sure hopes so. Some 10 years back, "American Idol" was so dominant that it was called a ratings "Death Star," eclipsing any other network show that aired on the same … more
By Kevin McDonough Was there a popular demand for "Psych: The Movie" (8 p.m., USA)? Did the world suddenly want to get silly again? The movie airs three years after the series finale of the popular USA Network comedy, starring James Roday and … more
By Kevin McDonoughThe new year begins with a new variation on a venerable TV tradition. Nothing says New Year's morning like the 129th Rose Parade, held in Pasadena, California. This year, Amazon … more
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