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Fall TV 2014

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

Isn’t the rom-com genre dead? Someone forgot to tell fall TV shows.

Isn’t the rom-com genre dead? Someone forgot to tell fall TV shows.

From “Marry Me” to “Selfie,” the season is filled with love stories.

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TV Critic

TV Critic

Read reviews, essays and cultural commentary from TV Critic Hank Stuever .

Hank Stuever reviews

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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‘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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‘Stalker’ review: An unncessary reliance on violence

‘Change the channel,’ says creator of abusive new CBS drama. Consider it done.

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‘Scorpion’ review: Hacking their way to a FAIL

CBS drama is about a team of rogue geniuses who quickly crack the code for bad TV.

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‘Selfie’ review: On the tweet where you live

New ABC comedy is a “Pygmalion” update where the Eliza character is addicted to social networks.

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‘NCIS: New Orleans’ review: A recipe that lacks spice

CBS’s has another spin-off of its hit crime drama, but setting it in the Big Easy is just a little too easy.

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‘Mulaney’ review: A great guy with a not-so-great sitcom

Fox’s new comedy features one of ‘SNL’s’ brightest backstage wits, but the show lacks confidence.