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What should we expect — or want — from 'The Night Of' finale?

21 August 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Some thoughts on tonight's The Night Of — and on my hopes for next week's finale — coming up just as soon as this is for Law & Order... "Did I raise an animal?" -Mrs. Khan The first installment of The Night Of was among the most vivid,  engrossing episodes of television I've seen in a long time. It's not that the larger story was all that new, but Price and Zaillian's attention to detail and ability to inject enormous amounts of dread into seemingly innocuous moments made it feel fresh and alive and different. The series has had no choice but to become a bit more conventional with each ensuing hour. There are still peculiarities unique to it and its characters (though Stone's eczema remains under control, the scene where he visits one of Don Taylor's former sugar mamas makes sure to dwell on the woman's manicured bare feet) and each »

- Alan Sepinwall

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The Night Of Recap: The Unbearable Frightfulness of Pleading

31 July 2016 7:06 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Like John Stone’s unrelenting eczema, nothing seems to help Nasir Khan’s plight on The Night Of.

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Both in court and at Rikers Island, our Bambi-eyed protagonist is faced with choices more brutal than a TV addict reduced to a cable company carrying only Real Housewives of Wherever and Keeping Up With One of Those Soul-Crushing Kardashian Brand Extensions.

Does Naz confess to a heinous crime he’s reasonably sure he didn’t commit and guarantee himself freedom before his fortieth birthday, or »

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Review: On 'The Night Of,' Naz gets two offers he can't refuse

31 July 2016 7:01 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A review of tonight's The Night Of coming up just as soon as there's an excellent chance I'll hit 75 homers this year... "If the answer's yes, take the deal. If it's no, don't." -Chandra As we reach the midway point, The Night Of remains two shows in one — the legal/investigative drama with Stone, Box, and company; and the prison drama with Naz and Freddy — tied together by Naz's fate, obviously, and the moments when he crosses from one show to the other, but also by the ways that Price and Zaillian cleverly show how similar the two worlds are. In both arenas, Naz spends "The Art of War" considering deals that offer a path of least resistance, but with strings. The plea bargain Alison Crowe negotiates with Helen Weiss would make him a free man by his mid-30s, but he'd always be a convicted killer, and his parents »

- Alan Sepinwall

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UTA Rips "Whining" CAA’s Poaching Tactics in Lawsuit Response

31 May 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

UTA obviously doesn't like being on the receiving end of a lawsuit that alleges it caused a dozen former CAA agents who repped top stars including Will Ferrell, Chris Pratt and Ed Helms to defect in a "lawless midnight raid." In fact, it smells hypocrisy on the part of its rival, CAA. "Forget the days of Michael Ovitz and 'The Art of War,'" states a filed answer on Tuesday. "CAA has a new company handbook: 'The Art of Whining.'" According to UTA, CAA is complaining of conduct that was "employed and perfected over the last 20 years" by CAA itself: "For

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- Eriq Gardner

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