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Fall TV 2014

Check out every new show, the schedule for every returning show, and what’s worth watching.

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Fall TV 2014: A sharp increase in bearded best friends

Fall TV 2014: A sharp increase in bearded best friends

A guide to sorting out the fuzzy, Galifianakis-esque bit players in the new fall sitcoms.

The spaces left behind by U.S. soldiers who have fallen

The spaces left behind by U.S. soldiers who have fallen

A war photographer honors warriors lost in recent years with a book about the bedrooms they once occupied.

In the galleries: A celebration of language from antiquity

In the galleries: A celebration of language from antiquity

One sculptor works with ceramic as if it were fabric and created, while another makes collages of words.

‘After the Rainbow’ at Museum of Women in the Arts

‘After the Rainbow’ at Museum of Women in the Arts

Soda_Jerk’s installation interweaves 1939’s “The Wizard of Oz” and 1960s TV show starring Judy Garland.

Met Opera prepares for season that nearly wasn’t

Met Opera prepares for season that nearly wasn’t

Armed with a new contract, the Met’s unions will keep a check on spending; “Le Nozze di Figaro” opens Monday.

‘Colors of Kurdistan’ artists have courage as well as talent

‘Colors of Kurdistan’ artists have courage as well as talent

Their Foundry Gallery exhibit is intended to “show the other side of Kurdistan.”

TV listings: Weekend of Sept. 20-21, 2014

TV listings: Weekend of Sept. 20-21, 2014

The “On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z” comes to HBO, and “Madam Secretary” premieres on CBS.

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Is censorship terrible or benign?

Is censorship terrible or benign?

Robert Darnton examines the long history of censorship and discovers many surprising contradictions.

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‘Transparent’ review: Coming out to her selfish brood

In Amazon’s superb online dramedy, Jeffrey Tambor stars as a woman who’s ready to get on with her life.

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‘The McCarthys’ review: A gay son in a house of sportos

CBS’s tepid new family sitcom stars Tyler Ritter as the odd man out in his close-knit Boston family.

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‘The Flash’ review: Gone before you really get to know him

CW’s latest superhero drama is about a guy who’s here, there, everywhere and, just as often, nowhere.

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‘The Affair’ review: A tryst that gets twisted in recollection

Showtime’s darkly absorbing drama looks at a bad decision from more than one angle.

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‘Survivor’s Remorse’ review: A pro suffers pangs of guilt

Starz’s six-episode dramedy is about a basketball player who hits it big, but spends his fortune on family.

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‘State of Affairs’ review: An analyst with a score to settle

In NBC action drama, Katherine Heigl stars as the president’s intelligence very busy intelligence adviser.

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TV trailer: 'Survivor's Remorse' on Starz

TV trailer: 'Survivor's Remorse' on Starz

'Survivor's Remorse,' the new Starz show produced by LeBron James, premieres Oct. 4 at 9 p.m.
'Madam Secretary' screening draws former Secretary of State

'Madam Secretary' screening draws former Secretary of State

A screening of CBS's new drama "Madam Secretary" brought out the show's stars, including Tea Leoni and Tim Daly, and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
TV trailer: 'Scorpion' on CBS

TV trailer: 'Scorpion' on CBS

'Scorpion' stars Elyes Gabel (Game of Thrones) and premieres Sept. 22. The series will air Monday nights at 9 pm ET on CBS.
TV trailer: 'Madam Secretary' on CBS

TV trailer: 'Madam Secretary' on CBS

Téa Leoni stars in 'Madam Secretary,' which premieres on Sept. 21 and will air on Sundays at 8 p.m. on CBS.
TV trailer: 'The McCarthys' on CBS

TV trailer: 'The McCarthys' on CBS

'The McCarthys' premieres on Oct. 30 and will air on Thursday nights at 9:30 p.m.

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