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Dan For Mayor, “Claire 2.0” (2.04)

A review of the fourth episode, written by Carolyn Taylor and directed by Brian Roberts, after the jump… Advertisements

The Big C, “Losing Patients” (2.01)

A review of the season premiere, written by Darlene Hunt and directed by Michael Engler, after the jump…

The Big C Mini-Reviews, 1.07-1.13

To catch up with last season ahead of the second season premiere, he’s some quick thoughts on each of the remaining episodes from last season…

Almost Heroes, “Terry and Peter vs. A Living Wage” (1.04)

Terry (Paul Campbell) shines a lamp in Peter's (Ryan Bellevile) face during performance review.

A review of the show’s fourth episode, written by Fraser Young and directed by Graeme Lynch, after the jump…

Dan For Mayor, “Awkward Speedoo” (2.03)

Mike (Benjamin Ayres) gives Dan the stinkeye while being driven on a speedoo by a cop.

A review of the Canadian comedy’s newest episode, written by Carolyn Taylor and directed by David Weaver, after the jump…

The Killing: The Post-Season Aftermath

The season finale of AMC’s The Killing has caused some ruckus. Read past the jump for a spoiler-filled look at what happened as well as some analysis and a look at some reaction from Twitter.

Switched at Birth, “Portrait of My Father” (1.03)

An image of Daphne's phone-interpreter.

A review of the popular new drama’s third episode, written by Becky Hartman Edwards and directed by Michael Shultz, after the jump…

Almost Heroes, “Terry and Peter vs. Girls” (1.03)

Bernie (Lauren Ash) and Terry (Paul Campbell) sit in a used car on a stakeout.

If you missed the episode, it’s available streaming on the Showcase website. A review of the charming Canadian comedy’s third episode, written by Ryan & Jason Belleville and directed by Shawn Alex Thompson, after the jump…

TRAILER: The Big C, Season 2

Showtime has released a trailer for the second season of the black cancer comedy starring Laura Linney…

THE SIGNAL: 200 Posts Later

As of this article, The Signal has published a full 200 posts! With content ranging from reviews to news focusing on a wide variety of television programmes, we’ve enjoyed the ride so far. Check in under the jump for more thoughts…