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Television puts more faith in religious-themed projects

This spring, a complicated new protagonist is coming to television. A mysterious but charismatic figure from modest origins, he inspires fierce loyalty in his scrappy band of followers but is dismissed as a dangerous impostor.

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  • 'Harvey Beaks': Sunny with a chance of bad behavior
    'Harvey Beaks': Sunny with a chance of bad behavior

    At first glance "Harvey Beaks," the new animated series from Nickelodeon, looks like a children's storybook. The lushly painted backgrounds have a real comfort to them, evoking the lighthearted tales of our own youths.

  • 'Full Circle's' in a sticky situation with Chicago cops
    'Full Circle's' in a sticky situation with Chicago cops

    The first season of "Full Circle," which returns Wednesday on DirecTV's Audience Network, was written by the playwright Neil LaBute and based loosely on Arthur Schnitzler's play "La Ronde." Each episode was an encounter between two characters, one of whom went on to encounter another...

  • 'Big Time in Hollywood, FL' a weak shot at absurd comedy
    'Big Time in Hollywood, FL' a weak shot at absurd comedy

    Created by Alex Anfanger and Dan Schimpf, whose online series "Next Time on Lonny" was "discovered" by Ben Stiller, Comedy Central's new series, "Big Time in Hollywood, FL," chronicles the lives of two online filmmakers longing to be discovered by someone like Ben Stiller.

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