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Designated Survivor: The Terrorists Elude America, and the Drama Eludes Us

After its third episode, it's abundantly clear that Designated Survivor has several stories to tell. But are they the stories we want to hear? "The Confession" was, like the second episode, a bit slow considering that a few minutes into the pilot the Capitol building blew up with 99 percent of the ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Designated Survivor
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