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VIDEO: Resolution

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Length: 43:15
Aired: 8/13/2007

Atkins makes a discovery and the real mole is uncovered. The loose ends are tied up and things were not as they seemed. watch

VIDEO: Acknowledgement

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Length: 43:16
Aired: 8/6/2007

Forces converge in Mexico. Meanwhile, the FBI internal investigation focuses in on a culprit; Ellie uncovers a clue. watch

VIDEO: Mutiny

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Length: 42:23
Aired: 7/30/2007

Information regarding Swiss bank accounts is revealed, which, in turn, implicates a family friend in Leo's kidnapping. watch

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The CW Gets Some Legal Aid

The CW has bought a legal dramedy, Deadline reports.

Legal Aid follows a first-year law associate whose life is upset when her father — a big TV star two decades ago — joins her firm. Jonathan Abrams is writing with Tyler Mitchell, Jason Smilovic, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly and Robert Luketic executive-producing. Luketic, (The Ugly Truth) will also direct the pilot.

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A New Lease on Life

I’m still not convinced that NBC’s Life is a great series, but tonight’s episode (Nov. 13) is the best I’ve seen to date of a show that has toned down some of the elements that irritated me when it premiered. Detective Charlie Crews (the charismatic Damian Lewis), who is still trying to unravel the circumstances of the unjust murder conviction that kept him behind bars for 12 years, remains something of an acquired taste. But he is indulging his quirks (spouting Zen aphorisms, munching fruit) with far fewer mannerisms. There’s not quite as much of the aren’t-I-just-adorable mugging that turned me off in the first episodes.It helps that tonight’s case is a doozy, involving a corpse that would make TV’s various CSI teams do a double-take. Crews and his typically skeptical partner Dani Reese (nicely underplayed by Sarah Shahi) are called to a house that’s nearly as empty as Crews’ own mansion — his settlement after his release earn... read more

The recent release of ...

Question: The recent release of Kidnapped on DVD and the upcoming release of Kitchen Confidential, both shows that didn't last more than five or six episodes, surprised me and left me wondering about more creative uses of the TV-show box set. It must be lucrative for the production companies or they wouldn't do it. Do you think that in the next four to five years, high-quality, creative, outside-the-box TV shows that don't make it on their network will instead go straight to DVD? I think it would be great if there were limited-run miniseries that were heavily promoted (maybe even a one-episode run on network TV) but weren't then dumped onto networks and time slots where they can't possibly survive. This proposal would also solve the recent problem of the serialized dramas that we all know won't make much sense after one season (Reunion, Day Break) while still rewarding creativity and experimentation. Since you know more about the industry than I do, I would love to know what you think. read more

DVD Pick of the Week: April 24, 2007

I'm extremely excited for April 24, because that's the day one of my most anticipated titles is released. No, it's not WKRP, which is plagued with music-licensing issues. It's the BBC release of Planet Earth. This 11-episode series explores our planet like no other series has done, from the North Pole to the South Pole, it's all covered in this program. They spent $25 million and 2,000 days in the field shooting material for the program, and they did it all using high-definition cameras. Narrated by the legendary David Attenborough (the Discovery Channel version is narrated by Sigourney Weaver), this series is being released on DVD, Blu-ray and HD DVD, and all formats are among the top sellers on Amazon (as of now, DVD is No. 1, HD DVD No. 8 and Blu-ray No. 19 — their list is updated hourly). The DVD set also includes a bonus program, "Planet Earth: The Future," and 110 minutes of behind-the-scenes material that isn't available on the higher-priced Blu-ray and HD DVD releases.T... read more

Short Cuts: Kidnapped, Peyton Manning and More!

Super Bowl XLI MVP Peyton Manning visits Late Show with David Letterman on Feb. 13.... The first season of One Day at a Time — not starring Jack Bauer, but Bonnie Franklin — arrives on DVD Apr. 24, as does the complete 13-episode run of NBC's Kidnapped.... YouTube has inked a deal with Digital Music group to post more than 4,000 hours of content, including such classic TV shows as I Spy and Gumby (damn it), in the coming weeks, says the Wall Street Journal. read more

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Season 1, Episode 10
Snipers threaten King's daughter as Knapp interrogates a suspect.
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Season 1, Episode 9
As Conrad searches for answers about Claire, Knapp and Turner interrogate the Accountant....
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Premiered: September 20, 2006, on NBC
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Premise: The abduction of a teenage boy from a wealthy New York City family is chronicled in this serialized drama.



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