Series TV productions continue to challenge feature films for both art and entertainment value. Our latest arrival is the first season of ‘Outlander’, Diane Gabaldon’s tale about a British combat nurse who travels back in time to the 1740s, where she falls for a Scottish warrior during the time of Prince Chalrie’s Rebellion. In the fourth season in “Game of Thrones,” the pigeons (or should I say crows?) come home to roost for the upstart Lannister clan, while in the North, a wilding army threatens the ice wall and in the East, things begin to fall apart for Daenyers and her dragons. In “Justified Season 3,” the Detroit mob threatens Harlan County and Marshall Raylan Givens (Timothy Oliphant) pushes back with his own form of tough justice. Finally, “The Flambard’s” is an Edwardian family drama that should appeal to the Downton Abbey crowd.
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