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'Frequency' Review: The CW's Supernatural Crime Drama Sends Mixed Signals

The CW's supernatural crime drama Frequency, based on the 2000 movie of the same name, sticks pretty true to its source material, which is why it's so disappointing that the central relationship between father and daughter is so poorly fleshed out. Frequency has the potential to be an engaging police drama with a strong female lead, but when it comes to character development and emotional depth, Frequency comes up short, lacking the nostalgic sentimentality of its big-screen counterpart.
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