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Cranky Brit knows if you’re lying.

Lie to Me: Killer App

by Za’chary Westbrook

4 out of 5


What television has learned in the last decade is that a weak mystery can be livened up by the personal lives of the detectives. Lie To Me is a fairly consistent string of weak mysteries. Stronger than anything on CSI for sure, but borrowing too much from police procedurals to really stand out. It has, however, found a nice cozy spot somewhere between House and Castle; both of which intelligently rely on character relationships and a bit of WTF to keep things rolling. Two things Lie To Me has only recently discovered (new producer Tim Roth being the key?) Continue reading


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