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In violent 'Stalker' on CBS, depravity seems to be the point
In violent 'Stalker' on CBS, depravity seems to be the point

Say this for "Stalker," a new "psychological thriller," which rolls out Wednesday: It makes its troubling intentions and insurmountable flaws instantly clear. Created by Kevin Williamson, who recently took broadcast-television violence to slasher depths with "The Following," the CBS show opens with the unforgivably horrific murder of a young woman at the hands of a masked mad man. Cut to Maggie Q's Lt. Beth Davis, who is delivering a sonorous speech on the rise and realities of stalking that mostly blames jealousy and the Internet. Anyone can be a stalker or a victim, Q's head of Los Angeles Police Department's Threat Assessment Unit blandly...

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