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TV Review: Woody Allen had a hard time with Crisis In Six Scenes—now you can, too

The week’s two biggest television premieres arrive with plenty of baggage. Sunday marks the delayed opening of HBO’s Westworld, a sign that you can’t stop progress, no matter how many objections you have to a legal waiver involving genital-to-genital contact. Two days prior, Amazon will introduce Crisis In Six Scenes, the Woody Allen miniseries whose announcement inconveniently coincided with resurfacing allegations that the filmmaker had sexually abused adopted daughter Dylan Farrow as a child.
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