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'Masters of Sex' recap: What's a man? Bill reveals traumatic past

The question of what it means to be a man -- or a boy -- dramatically plays out in a hotel suite, operating room and boxing ring on “Fight,” Episode 203 of Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.”

'The Strain' recap: So many worms, so little time

FX really wanted to make an impression in marketing its first true genre series, Guillermo del Toro’s “The Strain,” so executives went with a stunning visual image on billboards in New York and Los Angeles.

'Orphan Black,' Emmy snubs and questions of identity

BBC America's 'Orphan Black' uses the possible to explore the actual and deserved Emmy nods, especially for star Tatiana Maslany. And honestly, is it really an outlier show when it packs Comic-Con? BBC America's 'Orphan Black' uses the possible to explore the actual and deserved Emmy nods, especially for star Tatiana Maslany. Show More Summary

'Manhattan' an egghead's-eye view of the birth of the atomic bomb

Secrets and slide rules fly in WGN America's 'Manhattan,' which plausibly re-creates the WWII race for the atomic bomb. It's best when it captures the daily business of life in a strange place. Secrets and slide rules fly in WGN America's 'Manhattan,' which plausibly re-creates the WWII race for the atomic bomb. Show More Summary

TV Picks: China, Iraq, Penn & Teller, space cartoon, comic space

"POV: Fallen City" (PBS, Monday); "Frontline: Losing Iraq" (PBS, Tuesday). Two hard-to-watch documentaries set across two separate seas, and each worth your while. I never promised this would just be fun.

ESPN analyst derided for implying women can provoke domestic violence

A popular ESPN analyst is being highly criticized for comments he made Friday morning about women and what he seemed to imply could be their potential role in domestic violence.

Join 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine's' Andre Braugher for a video chat Monday

Nobody had to convince us that Andre Braugher could play a law enforcer, not after bringing this guy to life on "Homicide: Life on the Street" for six seasons. But a funny cop? That wasn't necessarily how we pictured the Juilliard-trained actor.

'Manhattan' traces a culture of secrecy, nuclear anxiety

A secret city has sprouted in the scrubby hills of northern New Mexico, its inhabitants charged with carrying out a crucial mission.

Go Comic-Con with 'Grimm,' 'Orphan Black,' 'Game of Thrones'

Comic-Con begins on Thursday, and what was once a celebration of graphic novels and the films that loved them is now also a celebration of all sorts of terrific television. If you can’t make it to San Diego this weekend, or even if you can, it’s a good time to catch up on, or introduce yourself...

Portia de Rossi joins 'Scandal'; Ellen DeGeneres breaks news on Twitter

"Scandal" fans will be seeing a new face when the series returns on Sept. 25: Portia de Rossi is joining the cast for a super-secret story arc, according to her publicist.

'Gun Hill' with Larenz Tate aims to be BET's next drama hit

BET scored this year when it launched its first original scripted drama, "Being Mary Jane," starring Gabrielle Union as a popular cable TV personality with no shortage of personal and professional difficulties.

Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' will stay in New York City

It's not really a surprise, but it's official anyway: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" is staying in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.

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