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Actor turned police officer and firefighter Van Williams died last week at the age of 82. Williams appeared in many popular TV shows in the '60s and '70s, but was best known for playing The Green Hornet on the iconic TV series, alongside Bruce Lee as Kato.

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If you're invested in a TV series, it can be tough watching the protagonist making a decision you know to be dumb. If three protagonists all make a dumb decision — the same dumb decision — it can be agonising. The latest episode of The Walking Dead features three of our "heroes" all enacting doomed, stupid plans. And despite it being yet another needlessly 90-minute episode, only one of them even got close enough to actually fail.

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Not a ton of answers, but a few clarifying things are there, as well as some foreshadowing for season two. In a choose-your-own-adventure type conversation where you don't actually have that many choices, a host wakes up and tells you bits of what you didn't see and didn't know.

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There's a ton of anticipation heading into the 90-minute long Westworld finale. With just a 10-episode first season, the show is already an obsession for the millions of people tuning in every week. Lots of time has been spent by fans trying to piece together "clues" to provide evidence for any number of theories. But the mysteries are only the tiniest part of what makes the show good.

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At first, we were sceptical about The Exorcist TV series. But when we finally got a chance to watch it, we realised it's not a wan imitation of the movie - it's a wonderfully unsettling expansion of the movie's universe. If you're a horror fan and you're not tuning in, you're missing out.

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The CW/DC Universe has already handled some of the weirdest sides of world of DC Comics — but you have to admire its gung-ho desire to bring some of its most bizarre concepts to the big screen. Arrow did Ragman, Flash got Grodd and now Supergirl is getting everyone's favourite wanderer of the fifth dimension, Mr Mxyzptlk.

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The CW's four-part DC crossover event is over, as the combined forces of Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow defeated the alien Dominators. But saving the Earth wasn't their only achievement — they also managed to turn Barry Allen into a hero again, fixing the DC/CW universe's worst problem, while still provided the most fun superhero TV of the year.