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Is this deliberately bleak show from X-Files writer-producer Glen Morgan about aliens? Ghosts? A cabal of eternal life-seeking organ-pipe manufacturers? All of these theories are a possibility at the end of an intriguing premiere (directed by Eduardo Sanchez, a Blair Witch Project helmer), which is quick to kill off characters and slow to offer any answers whatsoever. John Simmso great on the original, British Life on Marsplays the ex-cop hero (at least we think he's the hero), with Mira Sorvino as his there's-something-not-quite-right-with-her spouse. ''Don’t Let Them In'' reads the show's tagline, but we're happy to have this show intrude upon our Saturday nights for the time being. B
Peter Capaldi begins his tenure as the Twelfth Doctor, still won’t accept HMOs.
Frustrated with the way things are going, Cullen takes railroad matters into his own hands. Wait, but then what has he been doing the whole rest of the time?
Jamie helps Claire tend to a sickly child. Hope he brought his first-aid kilt!