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REVIEW: Fright Crewe is a Horror-Tinted Take on a Basic Formula

While it's not breaking any new ground, DreamWorks' horror-tinted animated series Fright Krewe offers fun and chills for younger audiences.

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REVIEW: The Paramount+ Frasier Revival Delivers a Charming Old-School Sitcom

The dedication to an old-school format gives Frasier a certain retro charm, and anyone who misses multi-camera sitcoms should find Frasier refreshing.

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol Season 4 Makes a Low-Key, But Welcome Return

Doom Patrol's final stretch of episodes has a subdued scope but plenty of solid character moments to make its last bow. Here's CBR's review.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Episode 6 Takes a Solid Tour of the Ferengi

Star Trek: Lower Decks goes on an important mission to Ferenginar, leading to hilariously awkward situations for the crew. Here's CBR's review.

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REVIEW: Goosebumps is a Predictable Story Full of Tricks and Treats

Disney+ and Hulu's Goosebumps show pays tribute to R. L. Stine's fun-filled horror series, but it also telegraphs its best moves.

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Loki's Season 2 Premiere Is A Welcome Return to the TVA

Tom Hiddleston returns with more glorious purpose in Loki season 2, aided by the TVA's new institutional dilemma and Ke Huy Quan's scene-stealing O.B.

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REVIEW: The Continental Pushes the John Wick Universe to Its Limits

The Continental: From the World of John Wick gives franchise fans a 3-part event that will do little to explain why Winston isn't British.

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Ahsoka Finale Secures the Future and Demands a Second Season

Ahsoka's finale delivers on the action and wrapping up multiple storylines, while frustratingly leaving a handful of arcs unresolved for a later date.

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REVIEW: Power Rangers Cosmic Fury Morphs into a Tight, Fun Show

While technically the third season of Dino Fury, Power Rangers Cosmic Fury operates as a tribute to the franchise's rich 30-year history.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Episode 5 Balances a Madcap Tale

As Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 hits its halfway mark, T'Lyn steps up in the middle of a truly chaotic adventure. Here's CBR's review.

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Ahsoka Episode 7 Review: The Force is Strong with this Reunion

Old faces reunite, and older faces return as Ahsoka barrels toward its finale while teasing the prowess of Grand Admiral Thrawn's strategic thinking.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Episode 4 Puts Tendi Center Stage

Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 unveils D'Vana Tendi's mysterious backstory in a fun-filled and occasionally absurdist romp. Here's CBR's review.

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Ahsoka Episode 6 Review: The Heir to the Empire Finally Returns

The sixth Ahsoka episode finally delivers on its promise of a live-action Thrawn, delivering new character insights and delightful villain scheming.

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REVIEW: Dan Harmon's Krapopolis Is More Mildly Amusing Than Innovative

Krapopolis isn't a masterpiece, but it's a fun and entertaining animated comedy that should fit in perfectly with Fox's long-running animation lineup.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Episode 3 Is a Chaotic Jumble

Star Trek: Lower Decks has trouble balancing its various plot threads with Season 4's third episode. Here's CBR's review of "The Cradle of Vexilon."

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Ahsoka Episode 5 is a Fan-Service Blast From the Past

The latest Ahsoka episode revives an old face and an old chapter of Ahsoka Tano's life with equal parts nostalgia and emotional catharsis.

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REVIEW: The Changeling Is Competently Made But Directionless

The Changeling comes to life on Apple TV+, with the psychological horror series meandering through its story with no real narrative payoff.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Gets a Fitting Send-Off on Home Video

Paramount has released several different formats for Star Trek: Picard Season 3 on home video. Here are the best ways to own the final season.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Episode 2 Heightens the Action and Laughs

Star Trek: Lower Decks delivers some of its biggest laughs ever while upping the ante. Here's CBR's review of Lower Decks Season 2 Episode 4.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 4 Premiere Marks a Return to Form

Star Trek: Lower Decks is back for its fourth season on Paramount+, with Voyager in its sights. Here's CBR's review of the season premiere.

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