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  • TV Picks: 'None of the Above,' 'The Numbers Game,' 'Doll & Em'

    TV Picks: 'None of the Above,' 'The Numbers Game,' 'Doll & Em'
    "None of the Above" and "The Numbers Game" (National Geographic Channel, Mondays). A brace of stunt-science shows -- edutainment is the word. And is actually a word. (First known use: 1973.) Like the network's "Brain Games" and "Duck Quacks Don't Echo," each is founded largely on the proposition that much of what you think you know is wrong and finds its fun in demonstrating that fact, using other facts. (This is that famous troublesome fact-based reality some are loathe to embrace.) Each series has a colorful, comical host -- tall and gregarious Briton Tim Shaw for "None," hipster-nerd "data scientist" Jake Porway for "Numbers"), a quick pace, a taste for animated infographics, and a yen to amaze, like Mr. Wizard in days of old.
  • TV Picks: 'Crisis,' 'Doll & Em,' 'Episodes'

    TV Picks: 'Crisis,' 'Doll & Em,' 'Episodes'
    "Crisis": With a busload of kidnapped high school students, a flock of powerful parents and a smattering of high-caliber stars, NBC seems prepared to do what CBS couldn't with "Hostages"--create a high-octane, character-driven suspense drama that is...

    Showtime renews 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies'

    Showtime renews 'Shameless,' 'House of Lies'
    Showtime is staying in business with its Sunday offerings, announcing renewals for "Shameless" and "House of Lies." That will bring the dysfunctional family of "Shameless" back for a fifth season, and the crack team of management consultants in "House...

    Review: 'Hollywood Hillbillies' -- how did it take so long?

    Review: 'Hollywood Hillbillies' -- how did it take so long?
    It's difficult to believe it has taken this long for a show like Reelz's "Hollywood Hillbillies" to enter the reality TV landscape. An unfiltered family from Georgia making their way through Tinseltown seems a no-brainer, a real-ish life version of "The...

    'Smaug' beating 'Wolf.' Connecticut shows ESPN the love.

    'Smaug' beating 'Wolf.' Connecticut shows ESPN the love.
    After the coffee. Before a dreaded trip to the DMV. The Skinny: Did everyone have a nice Christmas? I saw "Anchorman 2," which was better than the trailer but about 30 minutes too long. I also watched five episodes of the new season of Showtime's...