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Daniel Sawka’s film about a 12-year-old Honduran boy in a U.S. ICE detention facility feels calculated to appeal to mainstream viewers more

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NOW critics watched a lot of TV this year and not all of it was good. These titles have been permanently removed from our queues. more

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Our picks for the top 10 series of the year. Plus: shows with stellar ensemble casts, very timely series and top-notch Canadian doc series more

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Say Her Name: The Life And Death Of Sandra Bland is best when it simply focuses on the woman at its core more

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Italian-language series based on Elena Ferrante's popular Neapolitan novels is faithful, magical and unsentimental more

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The cult British comedian with a knack for playing sociopaths takes narcissism to a new level in her first series for HBO more

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Bell Media is combining The Movie Network, HBO Canada and CraveTV into one streaming service: Crave more

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Jennifer Garner stars as a social media-obsessed mom in series from Girls creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner more

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A trove of stock footage and the subject’s own candour help boost this HBO documentary more

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The real-life Ganderites who welcomed stranded passengers during 9/11 are as compelling as their musical counterparts more

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Paul Schiraldi

HBO's drama about 70s sex workers making the jump to porn deserves some awards season love more

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An experimental sketch comedy series from director, creator and star Terence Nance is a hard-hitting critique of contemporary American life that mixes live action, animation, video footage and puppetry. more

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Ostensibly a small-town murder mystery, the Jean-Marc Vallée-directed drama starring Amy Adams explores the ways people absorb pain more

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The five-time Oscar nominee (who really is one of the most gracious and kindest people in the industry) gets the juiciest role of her career in eight-part adaptation of Gillian Flynn novel more

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HBO's corporate dramedy is not about the one per cent, but the titans who set the table for the one per cent to come and feed more

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Documentarian Jennifer Fox’s feature debut stars Laura Dern as a filmmaker who begins to question her memories of childhood abuse more

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Not everything works in HBO’s adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel, but actors Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon do a great job selling it more

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Barry Levinson-directed HBO drama skims the surface of the Penn State sex-abuse scandal and the football coach who may have allowed it to happen more

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Steven Soderbergh’s new TV murder mystery, which began as an app, is smart and slippery in all the best ways more

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Craig Blankenhorn

Sarah Jessica Parker-fronted HBO dramedy is still perceptive and witty, but season two's sense of relief feels unearned more

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