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Review Shock 'double elimination' keeps the candidates on their toes

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Review With production values like these, who needs Batman

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Review A delightful treat for period drama fans

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Review: Sheridan Smith continues to shine as the young singer

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Review: This teen drama puts the brutal into bucolic

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Review: Who knows how he does it but the fun's in the guessing

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