Against the Wall: TV Review

Unless a cable series comes out of the gate headed for greatness -- Mad Men, Breaking Bad, a whole bunch of efforts on FX -- then the litmus test of whether you should bother hunting it down in the netherlands of the television dial is whether it can produce results that are better than what you'd find at a network.

That's a simplified version of the truth, and yet you can apply it to pretty much every series with some level of acccuracy. Network shows get bigger numbers. But if a cable series is better than people expect, they'll be loyal until the end. Read More...


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