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Snakeoil
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The following, Cult, Americans

The Following: Fox
»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th ··· ollowing

Cult: CW
»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cu ··· eries%29

The Americans: FX
»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th ··· eries%29

All 3 shows sound interesting. At first I thought Cult would be in line with the other two shows, but after reading the wiki, it appears that isn't the case. Cult seems to be a show with in a show, as it involves a reporter that is investigating crimes that have been "inspired" by the TV series Cult.
I kinda hope it does ok, but then again, it sounds like yet another crime investigation show.
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elwoodblues
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The Following looks ke Alcatarez Redux, and at least we know the actor that played Ric on VD landed on his feet with "The Cult"


Rook008
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reply to Snakeoil
I'll watch anything once, so I'll probably give all three a shot.

I've been seeing commercials for The Following and thought it looked interesting.
The other two shows I've never heard about before.

FX seems to put very good shows on the air, so I'm a little more optimistic about The Americans than I am about Cult.
And Graham Yost (Boomtown, Justified) is an exec. producer, so that's a plus.
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