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Though he's primarily known for playing guys who have a hard time doing anything right, Ben Stiller is one of the most successful talents in Hollywood -- a writer/director/actor whose occasional wanderings into critically Rotten territory haven't put a dent in his incredible bankability. Stiller's films have grossed more than $2 billion, a total he's poised to add to with Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb arriving in theaters this weekend, so we decided now would be the perfect time to take a look back at his critical highlights. (Spoiler alert: Envy will not be covered.) It's time for another round of Total Recall!
Once a cult hit web series and now a critically acclaimed TV series, Comedy Central's Broad City is the perfect "sick day" binge. We won't tell you what you should be doing while watching Abbi and Ilana's totally raunchy, completely hilarious misadventures in New York City, but we will tell you how to find it and why it's worth watching them clean toilets and score dime bags.
Team Tomato tackles the finale of The Newsroom -- and not everyone is sad to see it go. Matt Atchity, Sarah Ricard, and Ryan Fujitani discuss the show's final episode, including the funeral, the multiple flashbacks, and there's a discussion around Aaron Sorkin's recent statements in the press. As always, there are plenty of spoilers, so don't listen if you haven't already seen the finale.
Sure, we all start the fall TV season with good intentions, but with 100 shows premiering this fall, you'd have to be a human DVR to keep up. Besides, not every show (sorry, Manhattan Love Story) is worth the time investment. Here are the 16 best-reviewed shows of the fall -- some new, some returning, all Certified Fresh -- and where to watch them right now.